Columbia Thunderstorm II Pant
|Shell Fabric||100% Nylon LTX MP™||100% Nylon LTX MP™||100% Nylon LTX MP™|
|Lining Fabric||57% Recycled Polyester / 43% Polyester Mesh, 100% Nylon Taffeta||57% Recycled Polyester / 43% Polyester Mesh, 100% Nylon Taffeta||57% Recycled Polyester / 43% Polyester Mesh, 100% Nylon Taffeta|
|Sizes||S - XXL||1X - 4X||LT - 4XT|
|Price||$42.00 USD||$48.00 USD||$48.00 USD|
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Waterproof, breathable pants treated with a durable, water repellent finish (DWR) that causes water to bead up and shed easily from the face of the jacket. Seam sealed yet breathable to keep you comfortable in stormy conditions.
- Altrec Outdoors
Nothing ruins a gorgeous hike like heavy, waterlogged pants. Luckily the Thunderstorm II Pant packs down small, so you can throw it in your daypack without a thought. Fully seam sealed and made with Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable material, they lock out moisture but allow heat escape. Throw them on when the storm rolls in, and continue conquering the trail. A drawcord adjustable waist keeps them where theyâre supposed to be and pass-through pockets give you easy access to whateverâs underneath. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon LTX MP. Lining: 57% Recycled polyester/43% polyester mesh, 100% nylon taffeta, Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and fully seam sealed, Pass-through pockets, Packable, Inseam length: 35.25â, Imported,
CLOSEOUTS . When extreme weather looms on the trail, suit up in Columbia Sportswear's lightweight and packable Thunderstorm II pants, featuring Omni-Techand#174; waterproof breathable protection. Available Colors: BLADE, BLACK. Sizes: LT, XLT, 2XT, 3XT, 4XT.
- Sierra Trading Post
When a cloudy day of hiking your favorite ridgeline trail culminates in a rainy downpour, duck under a tree and pull on the Columbia MenAAAs Thunderstorm II Pant. ColumbiaAAAs waterproof, breathable Omni-Tech fabric keeps moisture beaded up on the outside of the pantAAAs fabric, and perspiration evaporates right through. Because youAAAre definitely going to feel comfortable enough to continue hiking.