Black Crows Men's Freebird Xpore Pant 2024 Dark Beige
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Designed for demanding ski tours, the Black Crows Men's Freebird Xpore Pant 2024 features advanced Xpore® fabric technology for waterproof and breathable performance. Its minimalist design and chevron-patterned waterproofing tape offer a stylish yet technical choice for adventure skiing. With eco-friendly and PFC-free materials, adjustable features like the waist and thigh pockets with water-repellent zips, as well as ventilation options and snow gaiters, these pants cater to the needs of mountain enthusiasts seeking both functionality and aesthetics.
- Adjustable waist with Velcro tabs and belt loops
- Thigh pockets with visible YKK water-repellent zips
- Hidden lycra jersey pockets in right thigh pocket
- Openings on the side of the legs for ventilation, visible YKK water-repellent zips
- Stretch snow gaiters with elastic silicone support band + adjustable flap
- Lower leg reinforcements
|Waterproof||Xpore® is hydrophobic thanks to a nano porous structure, with pore size under 100nm, or 20,000 times smaller than water droplets. Its unique ultra-thin structure counts 10 billion nanopores on every square inch.|
|Breathable||Xpore®nanopores block rain and wind but are large enough for perspiration vapor and air to pass through, making it highly breathable as well as waterproof.|
|Toxic-free||Xpore® lamination on fabrics uses water-based glues and solvents, one of the only membranes that can achieve such a production process which is less harmful for the environment and human health.|
|PFC-free||Perforated FluoroCarbons (PFCs) are widely used in textiles for their hydrophobic and stain resistance properties but they are hormone disruptive and bioaccumulating. Xpore® membranes have been using less harmful PFC-free Durable Water Repellent (DWR) treatments from 2019.|
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