- Functional hybrid pants to support you on any tour
- Elasticated 4-way-stretch material for maximum movability
- Napped interior feels soft and warm on the skin
- Environmentally-friendly weather protection
- Perfect body climate thanks to ventilation on the leg
You climb mountains away from marked trails and come back down again in deep snow. Nothing should restrict your coordinated movements. Be it on touring skis or in snowshoes – our functional OFOT HYB M hybrid pants are perfect for this. Their soft brushed interior keeps you nice and warm. Thanks to 4-way stretch fabric, the pants reliably follow your every move. Leg ventilation ensures optimum thermal comfort during strenuous excursions. The PFC-free finish of our OFOT HYB M keeps you dry. The leg hems of our easy-care OFOT HYB M pants have long zips at the calves. Hem reinforcements also ensure excellent robustness and there is a snow guard with non-slip rubber at the ankles that prevents snow from getting in. The pants are rounded off with three pockets that provide ample storage space.
- Environmentally-friendly, water-repellent, PFC-free finish
- Follows your every move thanks to 4-way stretch
- Highly breathable material
- Brushed interior keeps you comfortably warm
- Best climate comfort thanks to external leg ventilation
- Reinforcements at hem for added robustness
- Snow guard with non-slip rubber
- Hem on the pant legs with long zip fastener at the calf
- Waistband with belt loops
- Easy care
- 3 pockets provide lots of storage
Material outer fabric
outer fabric 1: 47% polyamide, 45% polyester, 8% elastane / outer fabric 2: 52% polyamide, 39% polyester, 9% elastane / outer fabric 3: 95% polyester, 5% elastane
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Snow Magazine, 2023
"Not necessarily the outfit for the spring training session next to the slopes. But if we had to choose an outfit for our first ski tour into the eternal ice, Maier Sports would definitely be on the shortlist. Despite high thermal performance, light and comfortable to wear without sweating under the insulation layer."