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All Weather Pant

$179.00 $89.50
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A unique hybrid pant for trekking comfortably in all weather. Lightweight and durable, these trim fitting pants feature a completely waterproof legs and seat with a light and breathable upper.

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Upper: 90D x 300D 94% Nylon / 6% Spandex, DWR
Legs: 100% Polyester knit face & back, DWR, PU membrane
Upper: 21,500g (JIS)
Legs: 17,200g (JIS)

Tech Specs

Inseam Length:
32 in.
Air Permeability:
Upper: 2 CFM
Legs: 0 CFM
Water Entry Pressure:
Upper: N/a
Legs: 11,400 mm
12 oz. / 0.34 kg
Type: Bottoms
Collection: Trailwear

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      ***I just got these pants yesterday and haven't yet used them on the trail. The purpose for my "review" at this point is to help others who might be wondering what size they might need. I'm revealing a lot here, but all for a good cause, right?*** I'm 5'4" with a 31" waist and a 40" butt. (I'm working on it) My legs are fairly long for my height and the bottom of the pants could be about an inch shorter for a perfect fit, but I prefer my pants to be on the longer side anyway. For a visual, while wearing my preferred hiking shoes, the Hoka One One Stinson, the bottom of the pant is off the ground by about a 1/8". This shoe has a very thick sole. A size 8 in the All Weather Pant fits me perfectly. These pants are VERY comfortable, flexing in unison with the body while walking, sitting or squatting. It's my intention to use these as my everyday trail pants for my early spring thru-hike of the Superior Hiking Trail in Northern MN. The morning temps very easily could start out in the low 30's with afternoon highs most commonly in the 50's. I can roll the pants up to just below my knees and the material is such that the roll will hold in place. When doing this, the zipper makes the pant bulk out a bit to the outside of my leg, but not so much it would keep me from rolling them. Not having yet tried these pants on the trail, I would prefer a thinner style 14" zipper along the bottom half of the pant versus the rather chunky zipper on the pant now. If I can comfortably utilize this pant as my everyday, "All Weather" option, I will leave my Marmot Precip rain pants home, saving 8 oz of weight in my pack. I'll add a more practical review following my trip. By the way, after researching like crazy for all the light, most functional gear for my thru-hike, I ended up outfitting my trip almost ENTIRELY from Sierra Designs. The attention to detail, functionality and weight looks to be amazing in 2014. I'll be using their one pole, highly functional Lightning 2UL tent. My entire trail wardrobe will consist of SD's Hiking Tank w/Bra, Long Sleeve Cowl Neck, Short Sleeve Crossover Shirt, Silicone Trail Skirt and the Stow Windshirt. If I wasn't trying to have at least a tiny bit of restraint, I'd be adding their Mobile Mummy to my pack as well. (I will take the Marmot Precip Rain Jacket I already own). Who can resist the tag line: "Built for backpacking, not bullshitting." :-) on Mar 23rd 2014

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