Patagonia Integral Pants

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Specs

Weight 16.3 oz / 462 g
Body Fabric 9 oz 75-Denier 91% Polyester / 9% Spandex Double Weave / Deluge® DWR Finish
Front Thigh / Knee panels 3 Layer, 9.6 oz 70-Denier 86% Polyester / 14% Spandex / Deluge® DWR Finish
Waist / Knee / Ankle Gussets 9 oz 75-Denier 91% Recycled Polyester / 9% Spandex Plain Weave / Deluge® DWR Finish

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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From frigid fall to windy winter, on trail runs and knee-deep trail breaking, the Integral Pants protect and breathe during high-output cold-weather endeavors. The breathable double-weave fabric (9-oz 75-denier 91% polyester/9% spandex) has a Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish and a brushed interior for better moisture-management and next-to-skin comfort. The front thigh and knee panels are made of a robust 3-layer, 9.6-oz 70-denier 86% polyester/14% spandex fabric bonded to a windproof membrane and backed with a wicking grid fleece to keep your legs dry and warm. Stretchy gussets at the waist, knee and ankle provide mobility and comfort. With a brushed-elastic waistband, an adjustable drawcord and zippered handwarmer pockets. Cuffs have ankle zippers for an adjustable fit and easy on/off.

- Patagonia.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Women's Integral Pants DECENT FEATURES of the Patagonia Women's Integral Pants Versatile soft-shell pants combine breathable double-weave fabric and strategically placed windproof panels for protection Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish Fabric sanded on inside for improved moisture management and next-to-skin comfort Pull-on waistband has an internal drawcord and brushed elastic for next-to-skin comfort Zippered handwarmer pockets Articulated front windproof panels protect thighs and knees Ankle zip and a stretch gusset for adjustable fit and easy on/off Straight leg The SPECS of the Patagonia Women's Integral Pants Body: 9-oz 75-denier 91% polyester, 9% spandex double weave Front Thigh and Knee Panels: 3-layer, 9.6-oz 70-denier 86% polyester, 14% spandex Waist, Knee and Ankle Gussets: 9-oz 75-denier 91% recycled polyester, 9% spandex plain weave All have a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish Weight: 16.3 oz / 462 g Slim fit This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Patagonia's Integral Pants are made of a breathable polyester/spandex stretch-woven fabric that moves moisture more efficiently, has increased durability, and is softer next to your skin. An articulated membrane laminated to the front of the thighs and knees adds complete windproof protection while the Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish protects against snow and light rain.

- CampSaver.com

Patagonia Womens Integral Pants - Closeout - A stealth performer for the passionate Nordic skier with a preference for a loose straight leg fit and three season performance.Run in the middle of the night and often won on ultralight gear, the Elk Mountains Grand Traverse requires both Nordic and alpine skills. Cold Track Pants embody a rare combination of lightweight breathable stretch with a bonded windproof fabric over the front quads for frigid descents. The grid interior breathes and wicks freely, and feels dry and warm against the skin. Triangular gussets on the inner and outer knees and waist allow extra stretch and mobility, while ankle zippers hide a gusset that fits easily over larger boots. An internal brushed-elastic waistband has an adjustable drawcord. Two front zippered pockets. Lightweight stretch-woven fabric (100% recycled) wicks moisture, breathes and dries quickly while resisting weather and abrasion, Elastic pull-on waistband with drawcord is lined in brushed mesh, Invisible zippers, zippered front pockets; zippered rear pocket; zippered cargo thigh pocket.

- Massey's Outfitters

Patagonia Women's Integral Pants

MSRP:
$119.00

The Patagonia Women's Integral Pants is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2014 at Patagonia.com.

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