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Mammut's Haldigrat HS hard shell pants are completely waterproof yet highly breathable. They're the ideal hard shell pants for freetourers searching for the perfect powder spot with tour binding & ski skins.Biggi Bauer - Keller Sports Pro
The hard shell pants focus on the most important features for freeriders. As such, they come equipped with a pocket that has a safety loop for your avalanche transceiver, which tends to be a bulky and cumbersome gadget. Two waterproof, zipped pockets offer space for small essentials, while the high-rise waist stops snow from getting inside the garment. You can fasten the ski pants onto compatible jackets by using the press studs.
Those of you who don't shy away from challenging climbs will enjoy the breathability provided by these pants. The long ventilation openings keep you at the right temperature during the toughest passages. The cuffs are laminated with robust Dyneema® material to protect them against your skis' sharp edges. The leg width can be adjusted using a press stud to fasten the leg onto different points of the ski boot shaft, improving the pants' crampon compatibility.
The Haldigrat HS hard shell pants are a super comfortable garment for freetourers. The pants' fit was inspired by freeriding, and the name Haldigrat HS is a nod to the freeride paradise in central Switzerland: the Haldigrat resort.
The Haldigrat HS Pants Women – super comfortable hardshell pants for free tourers, their cool fit is inspired by freeriding. Those who don't shy away from strenuous climbs benefit from the high breathability of the pants. The pants' design focuses on the most important features for freeriders, which include good accessibility and the size of the pockets. The long ventilation openings ensure that the body climate remains balanced even during strenuous ascents. Fun Fact: The Haldigrat HS Pants Women are named after the Haldigrat in Central Switzerland – a true freeriding insider tip.