The North Face Paramount II Short

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Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Paramount II Short FEATURES of The North Face Women's Paramount II Short Durable stretch nylon Slash hand pockets with triple needle stitching Mini cargo pockets with hidden snap closure Patch pockets at rear Triple needle stitch details for reinforcement Quattro stretch Tonal embroidered logo on cargo pocket QuickDry Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30 SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Paramount II Short Active fit Average Weight: 7 oz / 200 g Inseam: regular: 5in. 96% Nylon, 4% Elastane stretch woven

- Moosejaw

Relaxed and casual but built to take on trails, these nylon shorts are perfect for warm-weather hikes and fast-paced games of Frisbee.


The women's Paramount II Short from The North face is a versatile stretch hiking short with a durable water-repellent finish to deliver extra protection from the elements. The active fit and durable stretch nylon fabric give you comfort and long life on the trail while a QuickDry treatment helps to speed moisture transfer on hot days. Two hand pockets combine with Velcro-secured cargo pockets and two back pockets to organize your trail essentials.

- Mountain Gear

The five-inch inseam and 30 UPF on The North Face Women's Paramount II Shorts make them great for sunny hikes, and the DWR finish still protects you from unforeseen rainy weather. The North Face made the Paramount II out of nylon and elastane for the stretchy durability you need to hike comfortably. An active fit is relaxed at the waist and slimmed down at the legs to minimize bulk and maximize comfort, and an internal drawcord at the waist keeps these shorts on without a belt. The North Face equipped the Paramount II with a two cargo pockets to keep some snacks handy on the trail.


The North Face Paramount II Short

previously retailed for:
$14.97 - $49.95

The North Face Paramount II Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 8, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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