Cabela's Grand Teton Dry-Plus Primaloft Pants Regular

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Cabela's Grand Teton Dry-Plus Primaloft Pants Regular -
Complete your cold-weather, active outerwear ensemble with the waterproof and breathable Cabela's Grand Teton Dry-Plus Pants. Premium, 40-gram PrimaLoft Sport insulation delivers immediate warmth without bulk and works with the two-layer Dry-Plus laminate to keep you dry. Leg zippers for easy on and off over boots. The elastic waist works with an adjustable belt for a secure, comfortable fit. Crotch gusset for enhanced mobility. Hand pockets and large cargo pockets. Tool loops on waist. Smooth taffeta lining. 100% nylon construction. Imported.
Sizes: M-3XL.
Colors: Black, Slate Grey.
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Great for ice fishing

I was looking for a good all-around pant to wear while ice fishing. If it's mild outside and you have a long trek to your favorite fishing hole, these work great worn solo. If its below zero and you venture out, these are great over top of a light baselayer, followed by your ice fishing bibs over top. Also a great pant for other activities outside like x-country skiing, snowshoeing, and shoveling snow.
Luv2fish23 at Cabelas on 01/21/2014

Very Comfortable

I wore them out with temps in the lower teens along with strong winds and never felt a breeze and stayed warm. Also, they were equally as comfortable while wearing in my vehicle during travel.
edair at Cabelas on 01/21/2014