Marmot Cruz Convertible Pant


Weight 11.99 oz / 339.9 g
Main Material 100% Recycled Nylon Plain Weave 3.6 oz / yd

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Take the trail in the Peak Bagger Cap. This structured five-panel hat has a pre-curved bill. Made with 100 percent cotton twill, the Peak Bagger Cap's polyester mesh allows ample airflow. Adjust the fit with a snap closure.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Roll out of your sleeping bag and reach for the Marmot Men's Cruz Convertible Pant before you hit the trail. This pant zips off at the knees so you can convert from full-length to shorts, and a water-repellent coating helps the nylon material shrug off light precipitation or dew. Lightweight, highly durable, and easy to pack, this pant is a versatile choice for climbing or hiking trips close to home or far from your backyard.


Description of Marmot Cruz Convertible Pant ShortDay or night, these flexible bottoms have you covered. Zip away the legs for instant comfort in the heat. The gusseted crotch foils rips and tears, and RapidDry nylon keeps you cool and comfortable in all kinds of weather.FeaturesBlue Sign Approved FabricSoft, Breathable, Light Weight Performance Woven Fabric, Marmot Upcycle Product with Recycled NylonSoft, Breathable, Light Weight Performance Woven Fabric, Marmot Upcycle Product with Recycled PolyesterAbrasion Resistant Nylon FabricAbrasion Resistent NylonAbrasion Resistent Nylon SupplexUltraviolet Protection Factor UPF 50Durable Water-Resistant Finish DWRQuick-DryingGusseted Crotch for Increased MobilityPant Legs Zip Off to Convert Into a 10 Inseam ShortPant Legs Zip Off to Convert into a ShortFront Slash Pockets and Secure Side Pocket with Zip ClosureBrushed Tricot Interior Waistband for Added ComfortZip Opening at Leg Hem30 Inseam32.5 Inseam32 InseamClassic Fit

- US Outdoor Store

Made with a cotton-twill bill and ample polyester mesh on top, the Peak Bagger cap allows cooling airflow when your day on the trail heats up.