Gramicci Highline Trail Pant

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Gramicci's Highline Trail Jaya pants present signature Gramicci performance in a rugged, hike-ready package with a gusseted crotch for easy movement and barrel-lock-adjustable cuffs. Integrated web belt with adjustable composite buckle Hand pockets Rear touch-fasten pocket Barrel-lock-adjustable cuffs Gusseted crotch Inseam: Small 30", Medium 32", Large 34" 100% cotton Machine wash, tumble dry Made in India. Available Colors: BROWN, BEACHWOOD, GREY, RACCOON, ANTELOPE, SAVANA. Sizes: 2XL, L, XL, S, M.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Gramicci Highlight Trail Pants are made of quick-drying nylon that has the softness of cotton! Wrinkle-free, they're also highly packable for trail or travel. Stay dry and comfortable, whether hiking, bouldering, or back in the urban jungle. Made of unique high-count nylon that feels like cotton, but dries quickly. Lightweight; wrinkle-free. Gramicci's' trademark gusset crotch for freedom of movement. All elastic waist; wide, easily adjustable belt. Right leg hidden stash pocket for storing keys or valuables. Hidden elastic drawstring adjustable cuffs. 2 front hand pockets; 1 back pocket with Velcro closure. Freestyle fit; straight leg design.

- EMS

Gramicci Highline Trail Pant

Discontinued

The Highline Trail Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$27.95 - $56.00

The Gramicci Highline Trail Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 10, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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