Silicone Trail Skirt

$59.00 $41.00
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Fun and feminine, this Trail Skirt will keep you comfortable on demanding hikes with stretch fabric and a waterproof seat.

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Main: 90D x 300D, 94% Nylon / 6% Spandex woven, DWR
Seat: 90D x 300D, 94% Nylon / 6% Spandex woven, Silicone treatment
Main: 21,500g (JIS)
Seat: 1,500g (JIS)

Tech Specs

Inseam Length:
15.5 in. / 39.4 cm
Air Permeability:
Main: 2 CFM
Seat: 0.1 CFM
Water Entry Pressure:
Seat: 910 mm
5.5 oz. / 0.16 kg
Backcountry Edge:
Type: Bottoms
Collection: Trailwear

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    1. Customer Review

      This skirt just arrived and I am so excited to take it on my next backpacking trip. I returned the first one I purchased because it was to big in the waist. If you are between sizes I recommend ordering a size down because the material is very stretchy in the waist and all over. Flattering fit, hits a few inches above the knee, modest enough that I will wear it leading backpacking trips for teenagers this summer. Excited about the water repellent working in Colorado and monsoon season. 4 Stars because I agree there is no need for a zipper, why not make it draw string like the trail shorts (which are awesome) and pants. And because I haven't put it to use yet on the trail. The Blue is a nice color too. I definitely recommend this product for hiking and backpacking for many times of the year, as I can layer tights under it easily. on Jun 10th 2015

    2. Customer Review

      It all looks good, but why put a zipper? This is the problem with almost all women's trail bottoms - zippers, snaps and buttons under a pack hipbelt are always uncomfortable. Your new trail pants and shorts look great, why oh why not put the same wide flat pull-on waistband on the skirt?! on Mar 16th 2015

    3. Customer Review

      I really like this skirt, it is ideal for backpacking, except for one minor design flaw. The material is very nice, the pockets are well placed, the style is attractive, and I give Sierra Design high marks for designing backpacking gear and apparel just for women, as opposed to slightly modified men's gear. The design flaw I mentioned is the zipper. I backpack with a real backpack with 35+ pounds of gear, which includes much of my children's gear/food they can't carry yet for multiple day trips. When I backpack we put in longish 7+ hour days, and even the most minor irritation under the hip belt can turn into a major annoyance after a while. So, why would Sierra Designs develop a backpacking skirt in which the zipper mechanism ends right where the hip belt of your backpack sits. To their credit, I will say the zipper is very small, and is position to the side and back where many hips belts have some gap, so if you can align it right you won't notice it. My suggestion, which is fairly non-conventional, would be to start the zipper at the top, which means you would have the thread the opposite side of the zipper onto the zipper mechanism (similar to zipping a jacket), and zip the skirt's zipper down, so the zipper mechanism sits well below the hip belt, then this skirt would be an easy 5+ stars for me. on Jun 5th 2014

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