Arc'teryx Beta LT Pant

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The fit and purpose is great for climbing or hiking.

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $180

The fit and purpose is great for climbing or hiking. Not too heavy and the quality can be seen in the pants as in their packs and jackets. Only thing I don't like is the lack of the full zipper on the sides and no fly. Kinda makes life a little difficult if you are on the side of a mountain and gotta take care of nature's business. But with this quality who cares.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Skiing, snowboarding, sledding, or splashing through puddles - the Beta LT Pant from ARCTERYX uses 3-layer GORE-TEX shell to keep you dry from the inside and out. Tough and durable, take these reinforced, waterproof, breathable, articulated pants everywhere you go - they'll prove their usefulness at the first storm.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Beta LT Pant (Spring 2010) FEATURES of the Men's Beta LT Pant by Arcteryx Weather resistant Breathable Lightweight Molded zipper garages Side zippers stop below harness/ hip area WaterTight 3/4 length leg zippers Front fly with snap closures Adjustable pant cuffs with lace hook Adjustable Nylon cinch belt Reinforced instep and cuffs Three layer construction Tiny GORE seam tape (13 mm) Micro seam allowance (1.6 mm) Articulated knees and seat Gusseted crotch Hip stash pocket WaterTight external zippers Powder cuffs with gripper elastic and lace hook SPECIFICATIONS: Weight: 491 g / 17.3 oz (M) Lengths: Short, Regular, Tall Fit: Athletic fit Fabric: 380NR GORE-TEX Pro Shell 3L, 410N GORE-TEX Pro Shell 3L, Schoeller Keprotec This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

When stormy weather rears its ugly head, reach in your pack and grab the ArcAAAteryx Beta LT Pant. The Beta is light enough to carry anywhere and tough enough to handle natureAAAs nastiest onslaughts. Three-layer Gore-Tex is guaranteed waterproof and breathable to shield you from the elements and eliminate the clamminess associated with some waterproof fabrics. Full side-zippers make it easy to get in and out of the Beta LT and allows you to vent when it gets hot in there.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

The Arc'Teryx Beta LT pants deliver waterproof protection in a no-nonsense package. These streamlined pants are light enough to be taken on every outing. Made from a lightweight Gore-Tex® Pro Shell fabric, pants offer improved wet-weather protection, breathability, durability and suppleness. Gore-Tex 3L Pro Shell fabric is tough, extremely breathable and durably waterproof and windproof. Gore Micro Grid lining is a thin, low-denier and low-density woven fabric that allows the shell to slide easily over mid layers. A reduced number and thickness of seams offers improved abrasion- and snag-resistance, enhanced breathability and decreased weight. Elastic waist has adjustable nylon webbing belt; features fly and snap closure. Exposed, watertight side zippers stop short of harness/hipbelt area and provide easy access and adjustable venting. Adjustable cuffs feature a bootlace hook; cuffs and insteps are reinforced for durability. Articulated seat and knees.

- REI refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS. Made of exclusive Ascent Hardshell fabric, Arc'Teryx Beta LT pants boast the waterproof protection of Gore-Tex® XCR (eXtended Comfort Range) for improved breathability. WaterTight zippers Fully taped seams Full-length, hip to cuff zippers for easy on, easy off Anatomic knees 1½” elastic waistband with front tie Ideal for any-weather hiking, angling and travel 21” inseam (XL size) Nylon with polyester lining Machine wash, tumble dry CLOSEOUTS. Canada Size: XL(37-39)

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Arc'teryx Beta LT Pant

Discontinued

The Beta LT Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$99.97 - $379.00

The Arc'teryx Beta LT Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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