The North Face Stretch Softwool Pant

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Specs

Weight 5.15 oz / 146 g
Fabric 130 g / sq m (3.8 oz / sq yd) 18.5 Micron, 86% Merino Wool, 14% Nylon Single-Knit Jersey

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A great layer beneath your ski or boarding pants, The North Face's Stretch Softwool pant is a comfy choice for long days in cold conditions. Soft Merino wool blended with nylon and sewn with flat-lock seams is gentle on your skin, stretchy, and odor-resistant so you don't stink after a fast-paced day on the mountain.

- Mountain Gear

The Women's Stretch Softwool Pants from The North Face keep you warm in cold temps. Plus, the soft, quick-wicking, and non-itchy merino wool naturally inhibits odor so even after a day or two in the backcountry, you won't be searching madly for a washing machine.

- Backcountry.com

Soft and thermal, this baselayer pant is part of the stellar Summit Series collection, designed to thrive in demanding conditions. Made from a super-soft blend of merino wool and nylon, the result is a lofty, lightweight insulated piece with optimal flexibility. Odor-resistant fabrication and durable construction foster a long lifespan of use.

- The North Face

Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Stretch Softwool Pant DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Women's Stretch Softwool Pant Elastic waist with Summit Series print Flat-locked seams for comfort The SPECS Average Weight: 5.15 oz / 146 g Inseam: regular Fabric: 130 g/m2 (3.8 oz/yd2) 18.5 micron-86% merino wool, 14% nylon single-knit jersey This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Women's Stretch Softwool Pant

Discontinued

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

MSRP:
$89.00

The North Face Women's Stretch Softwool Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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