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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Westcomb's Cruiser LT Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Westcomb Men's Cruiser LT Pant DECENT FEATURES of the Westcomb Men's Cruiser LT Pant Adjustable waist system - Nylon belt ensures a snug comfortable fit with the low profile, easy-to-adjust nylon buckle. Additional 2-point snap tab closure resizes waist Drop seat - Side seam zippers unzip and drops back waist panel for easy access Velcro cuff closure - Keeps snow, wind, and rain from creeping in

- Moosejaw

The Westcomb Cruiser LT Pant is a waterproof-breathable eVent pant that is a must for any backpacker's rainwear collection. When wet conditions are expected, pack space is tight, and weight matters, reach for the rugged Cruiser LT, and hit the trail. Laminated zippers, waist hem & wrist hem are super durable fabric adhesive affixes these critical areas, creating waterproof, stitch-less, lightweight seams with weld-like durability and ultra clean aesthetics.

- CampSaver.com

When you go hiking in a land of milk and honey, there is a chance it will still rain. The Westcomb Cruiser LT Pant uses waterproof eVent fabric to fight milk, honey, and most of whatever else might come out of the sky. Since you still work up plenty of excess heat even when it's raining, the eVent fabric was made to breathe like a champ so your legs won't get wet from rain or sweat.

- Backcountry.com

Westcomb Men's Cruiser LT Pant


The Westcomb Men's Cruiser LT Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 10, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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