GoLite Tumalo Pertex 2.5-Layer Storm Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit GoLite's Men's Tumalo Pertex 2.5-Layer Storm Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Tumalo 2.5 Layer Pertex Pant is Golite's lightest weight waterproof breathable pant. Exceptional breathability, packability and fit, combined with the strength and durability of a 100% nylon face.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

Velcro ankle closureCalf zips with storm flapFully taped seamsSelf-stowing cargo pocketElasticized waist with draw cord32" inseam

- GoLite.com refers to the men's version

When the rain drops invade from the south, reach into your pack and put on the lightweight, waterproof GoLite Tumalo Pertex Storm Pant. This super-packable pant is fully seam-taped and breathable to keep you moving towards a decent campsite. The waterproof breathable Pertex coating on top of a smooth nylon shell armors you against backcountry downpours. Calf zips and hook-and-loop ankle closures allow you to slip on the Tumalo without removing your hiking shoes, and an elasticized waist with drawcord stays put even when you wear a heavy packAs hip-belt.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

GoLite's lightest waterproof breathable pant, the GoLite Men's Tumalo Pertex Storm Pants combine packability and fit. A durable 100% nylon exterior with DWR keeps you dry while the Pertex waterproof-breathable Polyurethane membrane makes these pants extremely breathable. Fully tapped seams add to the waterproof capabilities of these extremely packable pants.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

GoLite Tumalo Pertex 2.5-Layer Storm Pant

$100.00 (men's)

The GoLite Tumalo Pertex 2.5-Layer Storm Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 31, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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