The North Face Horizon Tempest Pant

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Specs

Weight 10.3 oz / 291 g
Fabric 113 g / m 100% Nylon Micro-Ripstop (Bluesign® Approved Fabric)

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Horizon Tempest Pant FEATURES of The North Face Women's Horizon Tempest Pant Durable, lightweight, abrasion-resistant nylon Internal drawcord with button-fly closure Two hand pockets Two patch rear pockets Crotch gusset Secure-zip pocket on right pocket Stowpocket feature Leg roll-up feature Relaxed fit Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 50 SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Horizon Tempest Pant Average Weight: 10 oz / 280 g Inseam: short: 30in., regular: 32in., long: 34in. 70D 113 g/m2 (3.98 oz/yd2) 100% nylon woven with ripstop This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

From tropical excursions to multi-taking in the backyard, our durable work pants are crafted of our lightest weight nylon ripstop for comfortable coverage in warmer weather. For added versatility, these quick-drying pants feature roll up cuffs with tabs to keep the hems out of mud or pools of water. An internal drawcord allows you to adjust the waist and perfect the relaxed fit.

- The North Face

Lightweight pant ideal for warm weather and tropical exploration.

- RockCreek

The North Face made its Women's Horizon II Pant lightweight, compressible, and durable for practically any warm weather adventure. Made entirely out of nylon, the Horizon II resists abrasion, dries quickly, has a UPF of 30, and remains comfortably smooth against your skin. Its relaxed fit includes a gusseted crotch so you can cover miles whether you're backpacking through the desert or hiking through a tropical wonderland. You can stow the Horizon II in its zippered pocket on the right leg for compact travel, and the legs roll up for versatile convenience. The North Face added an internal drawcord in case you don't want to bring a belt along on your backpacking trips.

- Backcountry.com