Specs

Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
Inseams 31, 34
Weight 246 g / 8.7 oz
Fit Athletic fit
Materials TerraTex™—Nylon / Spandex blend

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Arc'teryx's Palisade Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Shop Arc'teryx Palisade Pant - Women's-250820, 250823 with 5 Star Rating on 3 Reviews for + Free Shipping over $49.

- CampSaver.com

The Arc'teryx Women's Palisade Pant is a light hiking pant for exploring Technical terrain. TerraTex fabric is a nylon/elastane blend, allowing your legs to breathe while still adding protection against tall grasses, sticks and anything else that can scrape up your skin. There is just enough stretch that when combined with articulation through the knees and a gusseted crotch you'll be moving freely and naturally all hike long. All four pockets close with a zipper, preventing any important Items from finding their way onto the trail. The low rise waist Features a soft chamois lined waistband that lays flat under a hipbelt. Features of the Arcteryx Women's Palisade Pant TerraTex fabric is lightweight, quick drying and Features good stretch Built in, adjustable webbing belt with metal buckle and soft brushed backer on inner waist band Two mesh lined, zippered hand pockets Two zippered tHigh pockets with drain holes and added volume Articulated patterning and gusseted crotch for mobility and comfort Revised for a better Fit

- Moosejaw

The ARCTERYX Palisade Pant is a light, comfortable, air permeable, technical hiking pant made from hardwearing, quick drying TerraTex nylon fabric. Redesigned for Spring 2016 with an updated fit and style.

- Mountain Gear

From ancient city sights to vertical hiking trails, the lightweight Arc'teryx Women's Palisade Pant moves with your legs and won't weight you down whether you ascend steep mountain trails or thousands of steeple steps at Notre Dame.

- Backcountry.com