The North Face Downieville Short


Inseam 16 in
Shell Fabric 180 g / sq m 400 Denier 51% Recycled Polyester, 49% Polyester with 450 PU Coating
Lining (Leg Stretch Panels) 67% Polyester, 25% Recycled Polyester, 8% Elastane Four-Way Stretch (Back Panel) Rib Knit / Pro-TecĀ® (Collaboration Liner Short) 85% Recycled Polyester, 5% Elastane Four-Way Stretch Jersey with Dual-Density, Expansion-Molded EVA Concussion Padding

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Rail corners in this bombproof freeride short that leaves plenty of room for armor. Constructed of super-durable coated canvas that s built to take abuse on the trail and ventilated with large, zippered thigh vents to dump heat in a hurry. A back stretch ventilation panel increases freedom of movement and the high-back waistband prevents gapping. The relaxed, freestyle fit has a 14 inseam that hits below the knee for extra coverage.

- The North Face

A bombproof freeride short designed to fit easily over armor and built to withstand serious abuse; freeride-specific features include a super-durable, polyurethane-coated fabric and a raised high-back waistband to provide maximum protection for the hairiest trails. Adjustable waist tabs. Raised high-back waistband. Hand pockets. Sunglasses wipe in right-hand pocket. Zip/flap cargo pocket. Zip gusset thigh vents. Rear mesh vents. Exposed back yoke rib stretch vent. Ticket grommet. Fabric: 300D 165 g/m2 (4.86 oz/yd2) 50% polyester, 50% recycled polyester woven canvas with PU coating. Inseam: R 14". Weight: 395 g (13.93 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Downieville Short

previously retailed for:
$95.00 - $115.00

The North Face Downieville Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 10, 2013 at The North Face.

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