Specs

Weight 15.8 oz (Size M)

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit MontBell's Light Alpine Pants page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Clean and to the point design make these water proof breathable pants the ticket when heading for the backcountry. Utilizing our proprietary BREEZE DRY-TEC technology the light Alpine pants are our most breathable hard shell bottoms. We loaded these pants with features, but kept an eye on the grams to keep you Light & Fast for seasons to come. Full-length two-way Aqua-tect side zips Zippered fly and integrated belt Internal gaiters 3-layer BREEZE DRY-TEC waterproof breathable nylon 40-denier anti-grease Ballistic rip stop nylon 140-denier Ballistic Spanlike nylon/Edge guard Size: XS/ S/ M/ L/ XL Color: BK(Black) Weight: 15.8 oz (Size M)

- Vargo Outdoors

Clean and to the point design make these waterproof breathable pants the ticket when heading for the backcountry. Utilizing the proprietary BREEZE DRY-TEC™ technology the MontBell Light Alpine Pants are their most breathable hard shell bottoms. They loaded these pants with features, but kept an eye on the grams to keep you Light & Fast for seasons to come. Available In: Black Features Full-length two-way Aqua-tect side zips Zippered fly and integrated belt Internal gaiters Waterproof & Breathable Materials Shell: #40-denier anti-grease Ballistic® rip stop nylon Reinforcements: #140-denier Ballistic® Spanlike nylon/Edge guard Weight 15.8 oz

- OMCgear

MontBell Men's Light Alpine Pants

MSRP:
$198.00

The MontBell Men's Light Alpine Pants is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 2, 2011 at Vargo Outdoors.

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