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Stretchy means mobility, and mobility is essential when on the rock - The North Face's Dyno Pants are blended with elastane to give you fluid-like movements without constricting or binding you up during difficult moves. Sun protection (UPF) 30 helps you from getting crispy after long hours of being exposed on the crag.
- Mountain Gear
Just like you, The North Face Dyno Women's Pant was made to move. Slim-cut and low-profile, the Dyno Pant offers the mobility you need to climb, scramble, leap, and stride over obstacles on the boulder-strewn route to the summit.
Lightweight, stretch-woven pant with a low profile and dynamic stretch for the toughest moves. Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30. Two hand pockets. Two back pockets. Three-color VISLON(R) secure zip back pocket. Gusseted crotch. Articulated knees. 162 g/m2 (4.698 oz/yd2) 98% cotton, 2% elastane. S, R, L. 320 g (11.29 oz).
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Swing your leg to reach the next grip with ease in these new lightweight, stretch woven pants. Climbing-ready bottom features a low-profile design with dynamic stretch in the cotton-blend fabric to move with you on your toughest moves on the wall.
- The North Face
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