Outdoor Research Neoplume Pants

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When temperatures drop and intense cold sets in, pull on the PrimaLoft ECO insulated men's Outdoor Research Neoplume Pants. 60g synthetic insulation is thoughtfully placed in the upper legs and waist for greater warmth in closer to your core, while lighter 40g insulation is situated between the knee and cuff. You'll stay warm without bulk to encumber your movement while you're preparing camp for a frigid night on the mountain

- RockCreek

Romp through backcountry wonderlands in lightweight warmth with the insulated, water-resistant protection of Outdoor Research's Neoplume Pants. Unzip the full-length, double-separating side zippers and pull them on, you'll stay warm and dry through and through with water-resistant PrimaLoft ECO Sport insulation crafted from 50% recycled materials and a shell of wind- and water-resistant ripstop nylon fabric.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pant FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pant Water Resistant Wind Resistant Breathable Snap and Zipper Fly Elastic Back Waistband Zippered Pockets Double-Separating Side Zippers Articulated Knees SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pant Weight: (L): 15.7 oz / 446 g Standard Fit Inseam: 33in. / 184 cm 100% nylon, 30D ripstop shell 100% nylon 30D lining PrimaLoft Eco 60g insulation This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Outdoor Research Neoplume Pant has weather-resistant insulation with a standard cut for cold mountaineering and downtime at base camp. When temperatures drop and intense cold sets in, pull on these insulated pants. Insulation is thoughtfully placed in upper legs and waist for greater warmth in those places more likely to get cold. Youll keep heated without bulk to encumber your movements.

- CampSaver.com