Merrell Charlotte Pant


Fabric 100% Nylon, 50+ UPF Fabric
Inseam 32.5 Pant Inseam, 11 in Short Inseam (Size 8)

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Merrell's Charlotte Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With zip-off legs, the Merrell Charlotte Convertible pants quickly transition from pants to shorts when the temperature rises. The quick-drying fabric ensures continued comfort on the trail. Soft nylon Opti-Wick(TM) fabric moves moisture away from the skin and dries quickly; fabric provides UPF 50+ sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Roll-up cuffs with tab closures allow you to make pants capri length. Hand pockets have a button closure; zippered back pockets keep small items secure. The Merrell Charlotte Convertible pants have a zippered fly with button closure. Closeout.


CLOSEOUTS . If it's options you want, it's clever options you get with Merrell's Charlotte convertible pants. These stylish bottoms can be worn as pants, shorts or capris; either way, their Opti-Wick fabric ensures you stay dry and comfortable. Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.

- Sierra Trading Post

Challenging design, the Women's Charlotte Opti-Wick Pants from Merrell that manage sweat, are quick-drying, and convertible transition between short and pant with ease. A roll-up cuff gives you capri freedom.

- Altrec Outdoors

We challenged design to create our Opti-Wick Charlotte, a sweat-managing, quick-drying convertible pant that seamlessly transitions between short and pant. We added a roll-up cuff to give you capri freedom.

- Merrell

Merrell Charlotte Pant


The Merrell Charlotte Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 10, 2013 at REI.

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