Weight 5.8 oz / 164 g
Fabric 3.7 oz 100% Supplex® Nylon Twill / 40 UPF Sun Protection

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Range Pants page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A versatile and flattering pair of warm-season pants for travel and play. The Range's lightweight nylon twill fabric is durable, quick to dry, compressible and virtually wrinkle-free, with built-in 40 UPF rating for critical sun and bug protection. Comfort is maintained by a partially elasticized waistband, a flat front, open legs and articulated knees. With two front pockets and a single rear snap-closure pocket.

- UpsideOver

The Patagonia Girls' Range Pants stand up to all the hazards of the trail and even protect your little hiker from sunburn with UPF 40 Supplex nylon. Lightweight fabric and articulated knees ensure comfort whether you and your girl head out for a half-day hike or a weekend trip. In addition to belt loops, Patagonia added a stretch fabric to the Range Pants' waist to eliminate bulk under a climbing harness when she decides to get on the rocks.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Patagonia Girl's Range Pants (Spring 2008) The Range Pants by Patagonia is a durable, lightweight nylon pants with built-in 40+ UPF rating for travel and playFeatures: Tightly woven nylon fabric combines softness with durability and critical sun/bug protection; quick-drying, compressible and virtually wrinkle free Partial elasticized waist; flat front; faux-snap fly Two front pockets; rear snap pocket Articulated knees, slightly flared leg opening Fabric: 3.7 oz Supplex nylon twill with built-in 40+ UPF sun protection

- Moosejaw

Patagonia Girls' Range Pants


The Patagonia Girls' Range Pants is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2012 at Patagonia.com.

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