The North Face Enzo Pant

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Specs

Fabric GORE-TEX® Pro shell 3L, Cut-Resistant Kickpatch and Edge Guards

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The winter pants you've been waiting for, The North Face Enzo Shell Pants for men are part of their premium Summit Series collection that caters to backcountry pros, but have the relaxed Free Fit that you're more likely to find among the freestyle crowd. Made from 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro ripstop fabric, these North Face ski pants have a snow-shedding rugged exterior, and a micro grid woven backer for interior comfort and warmth. You'll stay dry beneath their waterproof, breathable, and fully seam sealed protection, while inner thigh vents can help cool you down when you're trudging up the skin track. Gaiters have a tension strap and boot hook to keep them in place, and adjustable waist tabs offer a custom fit over thicker base layers when the outside temps bode well for frigid blower conditions. Made with a Free Fit, The North Face Men's Enzo Shell Pants are cut generously through the seat and legs, aiming to please snowboarders, drop-knee skiers, and those who like extra flexibility.

- Altrec Outlet

You've got the need for snow-covered peaks and a board under your feet - the GORE-TEX Pro Shell protection of the Enzo Shell Pant from The North Face is ready and equipped to go anywhere with you. While you're protected from the elements by a fully seam-sealed, waterproof shell, you get excellent venting via Chimney Venting system and plenty of pocket space to stow your on-the-slopes essentials.

- Mountain Gear

A completely bomb proof (Winter bombs only, please!) shell pant for the roughest weather from The North Face. Fully taped seams create the ultimate seal against wind and snow. Rip-and-stick adjustment tabs at side of waist and a zippered, snap-closure fly secure the fit. Inner thigh vents and internal leg gaiters with stretch-mesh gussets work together to control airflow and regulate temperature. Waterproof, bonded zipper vents. Warmth is regulated by allowing cool, dry air to flow in through mesh gussets while heated, moist air rises and exits upper thigh vents. Hand pockets and thigh pockets have waterproof, bonded zippers to keep your goodies organized. Pant-a-locks tabs secure pants to coordinating jackets from The North Face (jacket sold separately). Legs feature gaiter tension strap and boot hook to help seal out snow around boots. Reinforced cuffs resist abrasion from boots, boards and skis. Embedded RECCO reflector enhances radio signals from search-and-rescue RECCO detectors for quicker acquisition of position in an avalanche. These are the ultimate shell pants for the ultimate adventurists. Combines a lighter, thinner GORE-TEX membrane with fine denier performance textiles to deliver a streamlined three-layer construction. A protective internal layer made of an oil-hating/carbon hybrid eliminates the need for a separate lining, making this lighter, smaller, and easier to pack away. Fabric: 40D 118 g/m 100% nylon 3L GORE-TEX Pro ripstop weave with a micro-grid woven backer. Inseam: 32". Average Weight: 675 g (23.81 oz). Country of origin: China. Color: TNF Black, Athens Blue, Oriole Orange

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Deep, winter storm cycles make the The North Face Men's Enzo Pant extremely happy. We can actually see the Enzo quivering with excitement right now. Point yourself at a deep stash in bounds or out of bounds, and these versatile pants will take care of any weather that might get in your way. A generous cut in the seat, thighs, and knees gives you ample freedom of movement, an array of mountain-bred features help you feel comfortable enough to harvest face shots from bell to bell.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Enzo Pant

Discontinued

The Enzo Pant has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line.

MSRP:
$349.00

The North Face Enzo Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 23, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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