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Women's Solstice 1.0 Base Layer Pants

MSRP $49.99

Price: $29.99- $37.49 Up to 40% off!
Color: Black
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Klim Women's Black Solstice 1.0 Base Layer Pants

The layering company KLIM® engineers a complete array layering solutions for every possible outdoor condition, specifically designed for the rigors of powered and unpowered outdoor activities. Conquer any climate - KLIM synthetic base layers. The ultimate riding experience is now possible when you are intelligently dressed with KLIM® “engineered for powersports” base layer systems. Redesigned from the ground up, the Solstice series provides the most versatile & comfortable layering system available. When combined with KLIM® mid-layers and outerwear systems, you will conquer any climate on planet Earth.


  • Solstice 1.0 (warm)
  • Specifically designed and patterned for women
  • Smooth next-to-skin finish maximizes moisture pickup and transmission
  • Low-profile for excellent minimum-bulk layering
  • Engineered specifically for the abuse of power sports
  • “Imperceptible" seams
  • 84% polyester, 16% spandex 170G
  • Contrast stitching
  • Anti-microbial
  • Moisture-wicking
  • Highly breathable
  • Fast-drying
  • Designed specifically fo ruse with Klim® mid-layers and outerwear shirt only
  • New convertible cuff construction easily used as thumbhole or regular cuff pant only
  • Convertible stirrups keep the pant in the boot
Age Adult
Color Black
Gender Women's
Manufacturer Color Black
Style Riding
Type Pants - Base Layer
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Love the stirrups on these! Nice and warm.
December 30, 2019
Marquette, MI
9 months ago