Arc'teryx Bastion Pant

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The Arc'teryx Bastion Pant is comfortable and durable for cragging, hiking or relaxing. The articulated patterning combines with gusseted construction for maximum freedom of movement.-- Made from durable, cotton/nylon fabric-- Riveted stress points add durability-- Articulated knees and seat-- Two hand pockets, two rear pockets, coin pocket and a small accessory pocket on right leg-- Embroidered logo-- Relaxed fit

- OMCgear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Bastion Pant FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Bastion Pant Midweight cotton/nylon blended canvas for durability Articulated patterning and gusseted crotch for ease of movement Two hand pockets, two back pockets, coin pocket, accessory pocket on leg Embroidered BIRD logo

- Moosejaw

Rugged as the wild West, the Arc'teryx Bastion Pants bring a blue-collar work ethic to your day outside.


Weight: 415 g / 14.6 ozFit: Relaxed fitActivity: Travel/Commute/Around Town Features: BreathableHighly durableRiveted stress points for added durabilityArticulated patterning for unrestricted mobilityArticulated knees and seatGusseted crotchFront fly with button closureBelt loopsCoin pocketTwo hand pocketsTwo rear pockets Materials: Cotton Nylon Canvas 6.5 oz/yd_ (233 g/m_). A burly, mid-weight Oxford weave textile with a smooth hand that is constructed with a blend of cotton and nylon for comfort and durability. Care: Machine wash in cold water or dry cleanWash dark colours separatelyDo not use fabric softenerTumble dry on low heatIron on low heat

- River Sports Outfitters

Climbing at the local crag couldn't be more comfortable than when you're out there on the rock in the Bastion Pants from Arc'teryx. Crafted with a blend of cotton and nylon canvases, these guys withstand scrapes on rock edges and the occasional tree branch. A relaxed fit and a gusseted crotch enable you to pull off that stretched out move without ripping out the seat. Inspired by traditional jeans, you won't want to take them off, even when you get back into town.

- Mountain Gear