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Descensionist Jacket and Pant

Light and quick is the name of the game here. Using a non-branded face fabric (neither Gore-Tex nor the company’s own H2NO), the Descensionist jacket and pants are lightweight, nimble, and feel right at home charging deep backcountry pow. Don’t come knocking if you’re wanting a chammy goggle cloth or other bells and whistles: This is a no-frills kit made for light and quick uphill/downhill travel.

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