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The North Face Dubs Pant

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The North Face T-Dubs Cargo Shell Pants in men's short length deliver tough waterproof protection and a suspender system that aces the fit from parking lot to drop-in. Rugged HyVent(TM) 2-layer construction is waterproof, windproof and breathable; fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping through. Removable and adjustable suspenders with sternum strap help keep pants up and secure; adjustable waist tabs dial in the fit. Zip hand pockets; flap cargo pockets; flap back pockets. Cargo pockets feature The North Face Lot Lift System: adjustable cords in pockets allow you to lift up the rear part of pant cuffs, preventing them from dragging on the ground. Zippered thigh vents have mesh gussets to vent air, letting you regulate heat and your comfort. Pants can be connected to the powder skirt of compatible jackets from The North Face for fully integrated protection. Stretch leg gaiters feature elastic grippers and boot hooks to seal out snow around boots. Reinforced hem guards protect your cuffs from abrasion and sharp edges. The North Face T-Dubs Cargo Shell Pants in men's short length have a 29 in. inseam and a relaxed waist with roomy thighs, knees and cuffs. Closeout.


The North Face teamed up with Tom Wallisch to make its Men's T-Dubs Cargo Pant so you can charge the halfpipe like an X Games champion. Well, maybe sort of. A HyVent membrane and fully taped seams make the nylon shell waterproof so you stay dry if you end up eating crud. The shell has a wax coating and a peached finish for style. A mesh lining lets the pant breathe, and the brushed tricot lining slides over your mid-layer with ease. A park fit leaves plenty of room in the T-Dubs for baselayers and mid-layers when you leave the terrain park for those powder-capped peaks. It also gives you the freedom of movement you need to nail that stepover stiffie. The Chimney Venting system pulls cool air through the legs and pushes moist, warm air out of the zippered thigh so you stay cool while you practice. The adjustable suspenders have a sternum strap to give you an ideal fit, or you can remove them if that isn't your style. At the hem, the stretchy gaiter hooks to your boots so no snow gets in, the snap-cuff gussets help you pull the legs down over your boot, and reinforced edge guards make sure your pant doesn't tear up from a ski trick gone wrong. Plus, the Lot Lift system in the cargo pockets lets you pull the ankles up so the pant doesn't drag on the ground.

- Backcountry.com