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Gamma LT Pant
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Gamma LT Pant

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Gamma LT Pant

Manufacturer: Arc'teryx

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Page By: Erik Beeler

Created/Edited: Nov 16, 2003 / Nov 16, 2003

Object ID: 852

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A versatile pant constructed from tough four way stretch woven fabric to allow incredible freedom of movement, durability, versatility and breathability. Ideal for hiking, backpacking and urban use.

Women's:
Weight 382 grams/ 13.5 ounces (M)
Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL (Reg, Tall)

Men's:
Weight 450 grams/ 15.8 ounces (M)
Sizes: S, M, L, XL (Reg, Tall)

-Engineered fit for maximum mobility
-Gusseted crotch
-Laminated lower hem
-Laminated seamless front fly with nylon cinch belt
-One rear security pocket
-One cargo pocket with laminated zip (men's)
-Soft chamois lined waist
-Super tough nylon stretch woven fabric for excellent range of motion
-Two vertical front pockets with laminated zips (men's)
-Two thigh pockets with laminated zips (women's)


-Duratech® Endurance

Reviews

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Erik BeelerUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

A great pant but few things made by Arcteryx are less than great.



Very durable and they have taken a few hits while hiking and climbing with no visable wear. Good in many different conditions cold to very warm. These pants are good at letting heat and moisture out when working hard even when the temp goes up but add a base layer and they are good below 32 degrees.



The one time I wore them in the rain I would have been happier if they were a bit more water resistant. When the rain was light it would pretty much just run off but when the rain picked up it overwhelmed the DWR and worked its way into the back side of the pants and down my leg.



Don't expect them to keep you dry but do expect them to not limit your mobility, be very durable and look great.
Posted Nov 16, 2003 10:00 pm

BSPclimberhigh quality

Hasn't voted

Like pretty much all Arc'teryx, these perform excellently for what they are supposed to do. Not the most waterproof, but are very breathable, and very stylish.
Posted May 30, 2007 7:15 pm

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