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Columbia Passo Alto Reinforced Short

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Strategic reinforcement at high-wear areas, a stretch construction, and Omni-Shield advanced repellency to protect against the elements make these durable shorts ideal for long days in rugged terrain. Technology: OMNI-SHIELDResist Rain and Stains, OMNI-SHADE UPF 50Enjoy the Sun Safely, Construction: Omni-Shield advanced repellency sheds water to keep you dry and protected from the elements, Omni-Shade UPF 50 provides maximum protection from harsh UV rays for long hours in the outdoors, 4-way comfort stretch for comfort and mobility, Gusset detail and articulated knees deliver mobility and comfort, Zip-closed security pockets, Mesh pocket bags, Leg hem cinches, Inseam length: 10”, Imported, Fabric: Omni-Shield, Omni-Shade 88% nylon/12% elastane Rugged twill, Reinforced kne seat: Omni-Shield, Omni-Shade 88% nylon/12% elastane Rugged rip,

- Columbia

CLOSEOUTS . Perfect for backpacking and extended trekking over rough trails, Columbia Sportswear's Passo Alto Reinforced shorts offer plenty of stretch mobility, but also feature strategic reinforcement inserts in key areas of high wear. Available Colors: PEATMOSS. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Columbia Men's Passo Alto Reinforced Short is as rugged as the mountains after which it's named, so you can bet that it suits an aggressive hiker or avid climber like yourself. Durable, quick-drying nylon is sure to help the Passo Alto withstand premature wear while a hefty amount of stretchy elastane helps you maintain a higher comfort level while you push your body to its limits.

- Backcountry.com