Summit L5 Full Zip Bib Men’s

Summit L5 Full Zip Bib Men’s

The North Face

$600.00

Delivering the highest level of durable, breathable-waterproof protection, the Summit L5 FUTURELIGHT™ bibs are designed to defy the toughest elements. 3D ergonomic patterning gives you the mobility and confidence needed for grueling summits and the pucker-inducing couloir on the way back down.

Regular Length

  • Standard fit
  • 3D ergonomic patterning
  • FUTURELIGHT™ 2L fabric provides ultimate breathability and protection
  • 100% windproof fabric
  • Low-profile bib for snowdrift protection
  • Attached, adjustable suspenders
  • Elastication at back waistband with adjustable snap tabs
  • Horizontal chest pocket features double-pouch stow pocket and exposed, matte polyurethane (PU) zip
  • Exposed, two-way, matte PU, full-length side zips
  • Two bellowed thigh pockets with exposed, matte PU zips
  • Gear loops on inside of thigh pockets
  • Adjustable snap tabs at hem
  • Military hem
  • Integrated gaiters feature stretch fabric, adjustability and tie-down eyelets for a seamless fit with boots
  • Kevlar® kickpatches provide increased durability
  • Comes with a lightweight stuffsack

Avg Weight: 630 g (22.22 oz)

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