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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . Backpackers and hikers alike appreciate Mammutand#39;s Niala three-quarter pants for their packability, durability, built-in UPF 50+, and PTFE finish that repels both water and dirt. Available Colors: BARK, GRAPHITE, TAUPE. Sizes: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16.

- Sierra Trading Post

Very lightweight but strong travel and leisure pants that pack up small The PTFE finish enables the pants to repel water and dirt 5 pocket design 2 side pockets Very robust and durable Light and stows easily Waterrepellent PTFEFinishing Ultraviolet Protection Factor UPF 50 Regular Fit Fabric Travel Tripstop with PTFEfinishing

- Bentgate.com

Climb your next ambitious alpine route wearing the durable and water repellent Mammut Women's Niala 3.4 Capri Pant. The Teflon finish prevents unsightly snags and fends off a drizzle if you meet it halfway up the wall. This nylon capri pant also stuffs away in your pack without taking up too much space.

- Backcountry.com

Great for climbing, quick scrambles, and all-day hikes, Mammut's Niala 3/4 pant is a lightweight, slightly stretchy ripstop pant with a water-resistant Teflon finish to shed light precip. The 3/4-length cut provides ventilation and stays out of the way when you're climbing.

- Mountain Gear

The Mammut Niala 3/4 pants are very lightweight yet robust travelling and leisure trousers with a small packing volume. The Teflon finish helps them to repel water and dirt. Weight: 180g 5 pocket design 2 side pockets Very robust and durable Light and stows easily

- Appalachian Outdoors

Mammut Niala Capri


The Niala Capri has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.48 - $58.99

The Mammut Niala Capri is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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