ExOfficio Nomad Roll-up Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit ExOfficio's Nomad Roll-up Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the ExOfficio Women's Sol Cool Nomad Pant Tricot-lined waistband One security zip pocket on right leg Fits passport One security zip pocket on right back Roll-up leg snaps One front left leg drop-in pocket Contoured waistband An upgraded classic Lightweight Odor resistant Water resistant Stain resistant

- Moosejaw

If you can only bring one pair of pants on your travels, make it the Ex Officio Women's Nomad Roll-Up Pant. This versatile pant feels best in warmer tropical conditions, with its lightweight, quick-drying nylon fabrication. Ex Officio coated the fabric in DWR to resist raindrops and shed stains. This pant also features a microfleece-lined waist for comfort, roll-up-snap tabs for conversion into capris, and UPF 30+ sun protection for long days in UV rays.

- Backcountry.com

ExOfficio Capris Nomad Roll-Up Pant - Women's-Light Khaki-Regular Inseam-6 202124288020_06. The lightweight nylon fabric pulls triple duty with sun protection water and stain repellency and rapid drying. The roll-up cuffs snap in place so you can switch from pants to capris with ease.

- CampSaver.com

With sleek, functional features and a quick-drying, lightweight, UPF 30 fabric, the Nomad Roll-Up is perfect for trekking or wandering the city. A soft inner waistband wicks the sweat and moves with you, and the legs roll up and snap in place for easy transition to capris. TeflonTM Shield treatment repels water and stains from the lightweight fabric; hooray for less laundry! Mesh-lined front slash pockets, a coin pocket, and two leg cargo pockets, one with a security zip, and one with hook & loop closure.

- ExOfficio