Columbia Convertible Pant - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Convertible Pant. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Convertible pant are absolutely perfect for hiking and camping. You simply can't beat the versatility of the highly packable, quick-drying, water-wicking Challenger Convertible.Columbia Titanium Challenger convertible pant is a high performance pant perfect for rugged trekking or travel with technical fabric and design features to meet the needs of the active outdoor enthusiast.100% nylon Omni Dry Tactel is lightweight and wrinkle resistant with a soft hand that feels like cotton.Omni-Shade UPF 30 sun protection factor.Omni Dry wicking finish draws moisture and perspiration away from the body to keep you dry, providing the ultimate in comfort and performance.Side elastic waist for comfort and mobility with button front closure and zipper fly.Zip off legs convert pant to an 8"" inseam short for men, 7.5" inseam short for women.6" leg opening with hook and loop and snap closure to fit over boots.A pocket for all your valuables with two mesh vented front slash pockets, multiple cargo pockets, and zip close rear pocket.Radial leg gusset allows unrestricted movement when hiking or climbing.Packable into rear zip pocket for compact storage when traveling.ImportInseam: 32 in.

- Campmor

Columbia Women's Convertible Pant

previously retailed for:
$29.97

The Columbia Women's Convertible Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 6, 2012 at Campmor.

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