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Theta LT Bib Pant
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Theta LT Bib Pant

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Theta LT Bib Pant

Manufacturer: Arc'teryx

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Page By: scottybb

Created/Edited: Oct 24, 2002 / Oct 24, 2002

Object ID: 525

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A versitle high-waisted mountain pant for demanding enthusiasts. With superior powder cuffs and exposed side zips, this garment is ideal for all alpine sports, especially mountaineering. Features: articulated seat; comfortable quick-adjust suspenders; reinforced instep patch; high-waist design with fly zipper; secure stach pocket; reinforced Form seat and knee; long side zippers flap-free for easy access- great ventilation and easy removal with boots; single-hand adjustible shock cord in cuffs; durbale internal powder cuff.

Construction: engineered fit with Form knee/seat for sever range of motion; WaterTight zippers for easy access; moulded Zipper Garages; 420NR lightweight yet durable nylon face fabric with false twist textured yarns with GORE-TEX XCR 3-layer laminate; 530NR tear and abrasion resistant nylon reinforcement with GORE-TEX XCR 3-layer laminate; durable Scholler Keprotec instep. Weight Mens 643gr, sizes S-XL, colors, black, cinder.

Reviews

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scottybbUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

These pants are great! Took them to the

Dacks on a very wet trip and they kept me 100% dry. Very comfortable to move in, very ventilation functional, light-weight yet built extremely tough, and bibs are the way to go. Gripper cuffs are reinforced with velcro, and they stayed out around my boots, providing further water protection without gaiters. Not only that, they look stylish too! Highly recommend.
Posted Oct 24, 2002 7:51 am

natec007Untitled Review

Voted 5/5

Nice light weight waterproof layer, great for skiing and alpine climbs. Good ventilation and great cuffs, I love the high waist but not a full bib.



I did tear mine right after getting them when I snagged a rock glissading, duct taped them for the season then sent them back for repair. Arc'teryx wanted $45 to fix them and after some "heavy" negotiating they decided to split the cost with me, the repair job was excellent, can't even tell they were torn but the customer service was horrible.



They are exactly what I wanted - no insulation, light weight and excellent fit.
Posted Jul 21, 2004 9:25 pm

Bignickbest of its kind

Hasn't voted

Very light, perfect to pack for mountaineering, BC skiing, or shoeing. Easily removed with heavy boots and crampons on, keep you dry and wind out. Unzip the sides for ventilation if getting too hot. Best type of bib like pant I've seen.
Posted Feb 12, 2007 6:32 am

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