Patagonia Primo Pants

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Specs

Weight 19.9 oz / 564 g
Shell Fabric 3 Layer, 5.6 oz 70-Denier 100% Recycled Nylon Waterproof/Breathable GORE-TEX® Performance Shell Technology / DWR Finish

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Primo Pants. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Primo Pants page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Dedicated skiers and riders need ski pants that keep pace like the Patagonia Primo Pants for women. These tough Gore-Tex ski pants serve up full storm protection day in and day out, season after season. Patagonia knows what it is like to ski 90 days a year, and their pants are designed to perform. The Primo Pant has the features you need including a brushed tricot lining, waterproof and breathable construction, built-in gaiters, reinforced highwear areas and generous thigh vents to help let off some steam when the going gets aerobic. They connect to all Patagonia jacket powder skirts, and have three pockets: one on the right thigh and two handwarmers all are zippered. Set yourself up for a ski season to remember with the Patagonia Primo Pants for women. Theyve got just enough freeride style and feminine cut blended with the best waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex fabrics.

- Altrec Outlet

A testament to fortitude, Primos provide exceptional durability for seasons that start with an early October storm cycle and don't let up until the last June corn. Our most wear-resistant shell pant, the lightweight Primos have a 3-layer, recycled nylon construction that uses GORE-TEX(R) technology and an inner lining for the highest level of waterproof/breathable performance available. A Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish prevents saturation and repels the dank moisture of coastal storms. The waist has a soft, brushed-tricot lining, adjustable tabs to fine-tune the fit, and a gusseted crotch for mobility. Slim Zip installation and coated, watertight zippers create the lightest, most supple zippers possible. Leg features include articulated knees, external thigh vents, tough scuff guards and internal gaiters to seal out snow when you're wallowing.

- Patagonia.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Women's Primo Pant FEATURES of the Patagonia Women's Primo Pant Tough 3-layer recycled nylon Gore-Tex fabric protects against cold and wet snow Waist details: Brushed tricot lining wicks moisture Adjustable elastic tabs customize the fit Two-snap closure and zip fly Loops on rear yoke attach pants to powder skirt of any Patagonia Snow jacket Slim Zip installation with watertight-coated zippers reduce bulk and weight Gusseted crotch and articulated knees improve mobility and reduce bulk External thigh vents quickly release heat Gaiters keep snow out Tough scuff guards protect inside of leg and bottom hem Zippered Pockets: Two handwarmers and one right thigh SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Women's Primo Pant 3-layer, 5.6-oz 70-denier 100% recycled nylon Gore-Tex fabric with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish Weight: 19.9 oz / 564 g This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The 3-layer Gore-Tex Patagonia Women's Primo Pant gives you excellent weather protection and breathable comfort so you can hike the ridge and ride through powder. Made from Patagonia's waterproof recycled polyester and lined with wicking taffeta, the Primo Pants prevent both snow and sweat from soaking your legs. Abrasion-resistant panels protect the seat, thighs, and lower legs from wear and tear, and scuff guards on the leg hems keep your boards from shredding your pants. Full side zips offer superior ventilation and allow you to get the pants on and off over boots. Gaiters stop the fluff from getting in your boots, and articulated knees let you move freely as you tele or alpine ski.

- Backcountry.com

Patagonia Women's Primo Pants

MSRP:
$399.00

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

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