Sherpa Adventure Gear Thamel 2.5 Layer Pant - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sherpa Adventure Gear's Thamel 2.5 Layer Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Walking the dog, commuting to work, post-workday hikes on the local mountain: Not every excursion is an expedition - which is why we make these basic rain pants. They will suit your everyday needs and your budget. Highly water-resistant, lightweight, and breathable, they do the job of keeping you dry so you can focus on getting where you are going. Pull-on design has elastic at the waistband and ankle cuffs. Knees are articulated for ease of movement.Highly compressible, these take up minimal pack spaceDrawcord at waistband refines the fitOne rear zip pocket10,000 / 8,000 WP / breathabilityFabric: 100 percent ripstop nylonCloseout

- Second Ascent

All those mossy trees and ferns are there for a reason, so be sure to hike with the lightweight Sherpa Adventure Gear Women's Thamel Packable 2.5 Layer Pant to be ready when the rain greets the thirsty forest. You can keep your walk in the woods comfortable and warm with this lightweight rain shell pant, which features a breathable nylon fabric with a 10K waterproof rating to keep the showers and drippy underbrush from soaking your legs. The elastic waist and drawcord keep the pant secure for slippery scrambles, and if you don't use it on your hike, the Thamel packs up so small that you won't mind hauling it around all day.

- Backcountry.com

Sherpa Adventure Gear Women's Thamel 2.5 Layer Pant

previously retailed for:
$44.82 - $78.95

The Sherpa Adventure Gear Women's Thamel 2.5 Layer Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 21, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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