Rab Khroma Kinetic Men's Pants
Looking for waterproof and breathable ski pants that does not move away your movements when you do off-piste? Our new Khroma Kinetic trousers with its highly extensible proflex ™ is designed for alpine ski followers, which like ascending as the descents.
Our Khroma Kinetic Versatile trousers is designed to satisfy every aspect of your adventure in high mountains. Made from the new three-layer Proflex ™ fabric, it comprises a DWR coating outside, as well as a robust woven surface and 20,000 mm HH water repellent for extreme weather protection. Its thick knit lining also quickly evacuates moisture and, with integrated elastane, the "soft" texture of its outer layer offers all the mobility you need to achieve technical ascents and dynamic descents. For even more mountain practicality, Khroma Kinetic trousers includes special ski pockets, an adjustable size, side ventilation openings, detachable straps and reinforcing stamps at the Achilles heel that protect loops and loops. ends of skis.
Soft, resistant and liberator, Khroma Kinetic waterproof trousers has the flexibility and ability to regulate moisture that allow you to change your way to realize your layering for quests asking for a lot of energy when the weather is mixed in the mountains.
Proflex ™ fabric
The Proflex ™ gives the impression of being a Softshell, but protects like a hardshell. It constitutes our own waterproof membrane offering exceptional comfort by big time and when the physical effort provided is intense. Developed to provide maximum elasticity and exceptional breathability, the PROFLEX ™ PU membrane is naturally expandable. It works in symbiosis with knitted or woven fabrics to maintain this elasticity and makes it possible to obtain a three-layer fabric that is both lightweight, soft and impermeable. The internal tissues of the laminates in Proflex ™ have excellent sweat properties. They act in concert with the hydrophilic membrane to accelerate the process of evacuation of moisture, from your body to the outside. The surface fabric is subjected to a DWR processing that allows the membrane to operate optimally over time.