Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant

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The super-lightweight men's short Arc'teryx Beta SL Rain Pants are waterproof, breathable pull-on shell pants that you'll want to carry in your hiking or trekking pack for unexpected rainstorms.

- REI

The Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant is an emergency pull-on waterproof pant made from GORE-TEX fabric with Paclite technology. Reinforced hem and insteps are abrasion-resistant and durable N150p-X GORE-TEX fabric. Lower leg zipper accommodates boots. Light, ergonomic and compact, it is designed for use when the weather takes a sudden turn for the worse.

- CampSaver.com

The Arc'teryx Beta SL pants are updated with a better fit, and still continue to deliver exceptional weather protection in a lightweight, packable package.-- GORE-TEX(R) two-layer construction-- DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface-- Articulated knees-- Gusseted crotch-- WaterTight(TM) 1/4 length leg zippers-- Front fly-- Adjustable pant cuff drawcord-- Lace hook-- Pull-on style with elasticized waist-- Waist drawcord-- Athletic fit

- OMCgear

Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Beta SL Pant FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Beta SL Pant Lightweight Gore-Tex fabric with Paclite techology is light and exceptionally compact Instep, lower leg and hem are reinforced with N150p-X Gore-Tex 3L with tricot technology 1/4 length Water Tight lower leg zippers Fly zipper access Elasticized waistband with drawcord Adjustable cuff drawcord, lace hook secures pants over boots

- Moosejaw

When sudden cloud bursts send everyone running for cover, pull the Arc'teryx Men's Beta SL Pant out of your pack and keep your legs dry while you push on towards the hut. Gore-Tex Paclite will shield you from the rain and, since it's the lightest fabric Gore-Tex makes, it helps keep these pants packable so you won't have to even consider leaving them behind just to save a little space. They have reinforced 3-layer Gore-Tex cuffs, too, so you won't slice your legs up powering through prickers; instead, you'll be eating up trail while all your weight-conscious companions hide under trees or spend the night roasting their hiking pants over the fire trying to dry them out.

- Backcountry.com