Patagonia Grade VI Pants

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Places like Mount Robson's monstrous, aptly named Emperor Face create their own weather. They also make a strong case for technical, ultralight hard shells. The 3-layer waterproof/breathable fabric construction of the Grade VI Pants provides unfazed storm protection and glides smoothly over layers. The advanced, stitch-free Welded Composite Seams (patent pending) add a supple feel, improved durability and waterproofing. Full-length, waterproof side-zips allow for ventilation and a drop seat when needed. Other details: a zippered rear pocket, an elasticized waistband with tricot lining, and snap-closure cuffs at the ankles with tie-down loops. The articulated, slim fit allows for underlayers.

- Patagonia.com

The Grade VI Pants by Patagonia have Mountaineering-level durability in a superlight minimalist hard-shell pant, with full-length side zips. Places like Mount Robson's monstrous, aptly named Emperor Face create their own weather. They also make a strong case for technical, ultralight hard shells. The 3-layer waterproof/breathable fabric construction of Patagonia's Grade VI Pants provides unfazed storm protection and glides smoothly over layers. The advanced, stitch-free Welded Composite Seams (patent pending) add a supple feel, improved durability and waterproofing. Full-length, waterproof side-zips allow for ventilation and a drop seat when needed. Other details: a zippered rear pocket, an elasticized waistband with tricot lining, and snap-closure cuffs at the ankles with tie-down loops. The articulated, slim fit allows for underlayers.

- RockCreek

Free Shipping. Patagonia Grade VI Pants (Spring 2006) In the High Sierra, springtime can mean skiing, climbing, snow and rain. When your technical aspirations call for waterproof protection, lightweight yet durable Grade VIs deliver. Our new Composite Seam System (CSS) technology uses low-bulk seam welding for a supple feel and incredible compressibility when packing. With articulated knees for unhindered movement; lightweight, water-resistant 17in. ankle zippers; and a regular fit with room for underlayers. How it fits Regular fit allows for underlayers. Details Waterproof/breathable three-layer construction gives high-level durability and easy gliding over layers Composite Seam System (CSS) technology throughout shaves weight while improving wet weather performance, durability, softness and compressibility 17in. ankle zippers are coated, water-resistant, and lightweight (#3) Articulated knees; Gripper elastic cuffs with snap closure Drawcord, elastic waist 3-layer 2.3-oz. 15-denier nylon with 50-denier ripstop yarns; H2No Storm barrier; Deluge DWR finish 170 g. (6 oz.) Imported Supple, lightweight shell pant with storm-level protection. Use it for Iced, Mixed, & Alpine Climbing Expedition Climbing Mountaineering We are not able to ship Patagonia products outside the US because of that other thing.

- Moosejaw

In the High Sierra, springtime can mean skiing, climbing, snow and rain. When your technical aspirations call for waterproof protection, lightweight yet durable Grade VIs deliver. Our new Composite Seam System (CSS) technology uses low-bulk seam welding for a supple feel and incredible compressibility when packing. With articulated knees for unhindered movement; lightweight, water-resistant 17 ankle zippers; and a regular fit with room for underlayers.

- Altrec Outdoors

Patagonia Grade VI Pants

Discontinued

The Grade VI Pants has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$125.00 - $250.00

The Patagonia Grade VI Pants is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 8, 2009 at Patagonia.com.

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