Arc'teryx Rampart Long Short
30, 32, 34, 36, 38
211 g / 7.4 oz
Relaxed fit, Knee Length
TerraTex™—Nylon / Spandex blend
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Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Rampart Long Short FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Rampart Long Short TerraTex fabric is lightweight, quick drying and features good stretch Redesigned features includes waistband with belt loops, zippered fly closure with snap Updated styling to hand pockets, two rear pockets and two flapped thigh pockets with volume pleat Gusseted crotch for mobility and comfort Embroidered logo Rampart Long is a versatile trail short that easily carries into urban and adventure travel
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
You could scale the wall of a fort with ease and in style with the urban-inspired Rampart Longs from ARCTERYX. Move and stretch your legs with the articulated front and back leg seams, seat, and knees while keeping cool and dry with lightweight, breathable TerraTex fabric, as a plus, stow any extra small essentials in your choice of utility pockets.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
Lightweight, air permeable TerraTex(TM) nylon hiking and trekking pant designed for maximum mobility. Constructed from Arc'teryx TerraTex(TM) nylon blend fabric, the Rampart Pant is a versatile trail pant that easily carries into urban and adventure travel. TerraTex(TM), a plain weave nylon blend, is geared for summer weather. It delivers UPF 50+ sun protection, dries quickly, is highly air permeable, and has a hardwearing quality that belies its light weight. Elastane fibers in the weave provide stretch. Note: This produce only ships to North America
- Bentgate.com refers to the men's version
Arc'teryx made the Men's Rampart Long Shorts for climbers and hikers who demand total range of motion. A gusseted crotch and stretchy fabric ensure nothing gets in your way when you're trying to send a hard crack pitch or finishing a 20-plus-mile hike. The Arc'teryx Rampart Long Shorts' contrast stitching and medium cut keep you from looking out of place when you wear them straight from the crag to the bar for celebration drinks.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version