Sierra Designs Hurricane Pant

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Specs

men's Regular Short
Weight 7 oz 6 oz
Inseam Length 31 in (Large) 29 in (Large)
Waterproof 5,000 mm 5,000 mm
Breathability 5,000 grams per sq m 5,000 grams per sq m
Shell Fabric Hurricane Hurricane

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Men's Hurricane Pant FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Men's Hurricane Pant Improved waterproofing keeps you dry in the worst conditions Elasticized waistband with adjustable belt One zippered thigh pocket for trail essentials Articulated knees for greater ease of movement Easy on and off with zippered leg opening with storm flap Packs easily into zippered thigh pocket Fits comfortably over light hiking pants or shorts SPECIFICATIONS of the Sierra Designs Men's Hurricane Pant Inseam: 32in., short: 30in. Weight: 7.5oz, short: 7 oz Air Permeability: 0 CFM Water Entry Pressure: 15,500mm MVTR: 5,000g (ASTM), 10,900g (JIS) 40D 100% Nylon woven ripstop, 2.3oz/79g DWR, PU clear coat

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Sierra Designs Hurricane Pant has improved fit, a built-in belt for adjustability and higher waterprofness providing tremendous value in a full featured rain pant.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

These lightweight, waterproof and breathable rain pants pack small into an included stuff sack, making them ideal for backpacking.

- REI refers to the men's version

When a storm strikes near the summit, grab the Sierra Designs Men's Hurricane Pant out of your pack and brave the weather. This lightweight rain pant has a durable nylon ripstop fabric with a DWR coating and a PU clear coat to keep you dry during a downpour, and it easily fits over your hiking shorts or pants so you don't have to strip down on the trail. An elastic drawcord waist keeps the pant snug, and zippered side openings let you change in and out without taking off your boots. When the sky clears, the Hurricane packs up into its own side cargo pocket to get you back on the trail.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version