Nobody really skis 24/7, but for some people it must feel like it. The Millet 7/24 Ride Pant is made for those people, and it's a perfect complement to the Millet 7/24 Ride Jacket. Made of waterproof DryEdge Stretch fabric, insulated enough for the coldest days at Jay Peak (New Englanders know how cold that is) and featuring the incomparable security that only suspenders can provide, this is high-end French skiwear done right.
Feature list from Millet:
- Ergonomic cut
- Removable braces on super-wraparound stretchy mesh panel
- Scuff cuffs
- Inner gaiters on stretch panel with gripper elastic
- Jacket-compatible connection system
- Interior protective waistband with inner side velcro adjusters
- 2 flapped, zipped handwarmer pockets
- 1 waterproof zipped highcapacity pocket
- 1 leg-bottom pocket
- Brushed fleece lining
Originally founded as a manufacturer of shopping bags and haversacks in the early 1920s, Millet gained great experience with backpack manufacturing during World War II and by 1950 was equipping the French expeditions to the Himalayas. The ascent of Annapurna by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal in that year - the first-ever ascent over 8,000 meters - vaulted Millet backpacks to even greater prominence, and in the decades that followed they made many further innovations in the backpack field, and also branched out into mountaineering clothing, sleeping bags, footwear, and climbing ropes.
Today, after 60 years of expeditions, Millet remains faithful to its roots and offers each mountaineer, hiker, and skier the opportunity to outfit themselves head-to-toe in true French style.
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Material Synthetic Properties Insulating, Waterproof