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Palisade Pant

 
Palisade Pant

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Palisade Pant

Manufacturer: Arc'teryx

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Page By: Dow Williams

Created/Edited: May 2, 2007 / May 2, 2007

Object ID: 3074

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Product Description

Arc'teryx uses a stretch nylon material and gusseted crotch to give the Men's Palisade Pants excellent mobility and keep you traveling comfortably on the trail. The low-profile nylon belt fits well under a backpack's waist-belt or a climbing harness, so you won't have bruised hips by the end of the day. Two zippered thigh pockets keep small necessities like snacks and lip balm handy when you get outdoors with these durable Arc'teryx pants.

Bottom Line: Move freely and hike in comfort when you wear the Arc'teryx Palisade Pants.

Features

Material: TerraTex (94% nylon, 6% lycra_
Belt: Nylon belt
Pockets: 2 Hand, 2 thigh, 1 rear
Fly: Zip
Gusseted Crotch: Yes
Recommended Use: Hiking, climbing
Warranty: Lifetime (don't know about that, ripped mine to shreds on a huge whipper and Arc Teryx was not going to even consider replacing them, even though I bragged about the friction and burn they absorbed)

Where to Buy...

Backcountry.com

Colors

Black, Graystone and Greenstone (my favorite)

Size

They go by waist size which is refreshing since I have a 29" waist. They do short, regular or long inseam, but you can only get the long (35") in the larger waist sizes.

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Dow Williamstalk about...

Voted 5/5

standing the test of time, you ought to see mine! Geez they can take the abuse...I use mine as a shell pant in the Canadian Rockies summer and southern Utah winter. The best feature is actually the chamois waistline because the nylon exterior is quite rugged and would rub on the skin a lot if not for this feature. Impressively wind resistant and lightweight. The specific waist size is a huge bonus for us skinny climbers. The angled front zipper pocket rides below your harness as though they designed it for climbers. This pant really stands up to abuse.
Posted May 2, 2007 11:28 am

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