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Haglofs Womens Line Pant

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The Line Pant is perfect for freeride skiing. It's built to last, with a clean and streamlined silhouette. Thanks to materials like the PROOF™ ECO two layer used in its construction, it provides excellent protection from the elements. Haglofs used all bluesign® approved fabrics in its construction and incorporated recycled materials. Easily ventilated.

  • PROOF™ ECO 2-layer 60% Recycled Polyester 40% Polyester, fully waterproof, windproof and breathable plain 75D weave with slight mechanical stretch 126 g/m², bluesign® approved
  • Hydrostatic head: >20,000 mm; Moisture Permeability (inverted cup): >15,000 g/m²/24h
  • Reinforcement fabric: Schoeller® Keprotec® 73% Polyamide Cordura®, 14% Polyurethane, 13% Kevlar, reinforcement weave, 172 g/m², bluesign® approved
  • DWR-treated shell for improved water shedding
  • Hip-to-knee slanted side ventilations with water-repellent zippers
  • Velcro-adjustable waist with a raised rear back for a perfect fit
  • Two hand-warmer pockets, one thigh bellow pocket and one back pocket, all zippered
  • Schoeller® reinforced insteps and internal leg gaiter with elasticated silicone grip
  • Zip fly under protective flap with double-snap closure
  • Articulated knees for easy movement
Product Code: H3214691
People stood on the coast wearing Haglofs.

In 1914, a forester’s son called Wiktor Haglöf designed and created a backpack that would take him on an amazing journey. Made for the local workers, this original pack raised Haglöfs from their humble beginnings in a cabin, to a world leader in adventure clothing, footwear and equipment.

 

Today, high quality products are still at the heart of Haglöfs clothing, footwear and equipment, and every item is imagined, designed and tested by people who love and understand the outdoors. This process involves a working knowledge of how clothing should perform and is born from the rigorous demands of the Scandinavian wilderness.