The Sentinel is a full-on no-holds-barred back country ski touring and freeride pant built for big mountain days. Gore-Tex 3-layer fabric is totally waterproof and highly breathable to boot, plus the light flannel backer adds a bit of warmth and cuts out the rustling effect of typical hard-shell jackets. Open the side zips wide when ascending to keep your temperature under control then zip up for the descents. Micro taped seams keep melting snow out and reduce bulk over standard taping to save weight and increase flexibility. Cordura cuffs fit easily over ski boots to keep out the snow, no matter how much powder you find. Don't worry about long days in tough conditions - the Sentinel pant is built to last with a tough face fabric so scrapes against rock or blizzard conditions won't phase it.
The Sentinel is cut to offer incredible freedom-of-movement. Articulated knees and seat allow un-paralleled movement so there's no restrictions on your skiing. If you pair them with the Sentinel AR jacket you can use the Slide 'n' Loc system to connect the two garments to make a single snow-proof unit.
For heading off piste, for big touring days and for tough lines at the end of long traverses, the Sentinel is the pant of choice.
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The Arcteryx Women's Sentinel AR Pant - Enigma has the following sustainability attributes...
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