Marmot Ani Pant

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The Marmot Ani Pant is lightweight, packable, and primed with abrasion-resistant fabric that is swift to wick moisture off skin. and dry without diminishing the soft-like-cotton feel. UPF 40 sun protection, water-shedding DWR finish and roll-up cuff features give versatile options in various conditions. DriClime inner waistband manages moisture; inner drawcord ensures proper fit.

- CampSaver.com

Whether you're roaming the streets of St. Petersburg, hiking in Glacier National Park, or backpacking along the E3 path, count on the Marmot Women's Ani Pant for lightweight comfort.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Marmot Women's Ani Pant FEATURES of the Marmot Women's Ani Pant Blue Sign Approved Fabric Comfortable, Packable, Lightweight Performance Woven Fabric Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 40 Abrasion Resistant Nylon Fabric Quick-Drying and wicking Durable water- Resistant Finish (DWR) Secure Side Pocket Roll-Up Cuff Feature with Decorative taping Velcro Closure Back Pockets DriClime Interior waistband for Added Comfort Interior Drawcord for a Secure Fit SPECIFICATIONS of the Marmot Women's Ani Pant Weight: 8.1 oz / 229.6 g Regular Fit Inseam: 32in. 100% Nylon Plain weave 3.3 oz/yd

- Moosejaw

Hiking and travel savvy, Marmot's Ani Pants offer UV protection, abrasion-resistant durability, and moisture-wicking, fast-drying comfort. Roll-up cuffs add versatile style to a comfortable pant.

- EMS

Hit the trails or your favorite crag in full confidence with the women's specific Ani Pant from Marmot and be ready to overcome any obstacle you may encounter. Comfortable, breathable light weight Nylon performance fabric is abrasion resistant, quick-drying and unparalleled in moisture management. Equipped with a secure side pocket, roll-up cuff and Durable Water-Resistant (DWR) finish, these pants will keep you on the move, charging peaks and pulling off crux moves even when rain tries to shut you down.

- Mountain Gear