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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Craft's Men's PXC Light Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Designed for Nordic skiing and perfect for cold weather, Craft's PXC Light Pants provide great wind protection and moisture management, while stretch back panels enhance freedom of movement.

- EMS refers to the women's version

Stay comfortable and dry while you enjoy a long day in the tracks with the PXC Light Pant from Craft. Created for xc skiing, these lightweight training pants have tightly woven, wind-blocking panels at the front and stretchy panels at the back and hip. A close fit and ergonomically shaped knees shed weight and improve mobility.

- Mountain Gear refers to the women's version

Lightweight and wind-blocking, the Craft PXC Light women's pants offer comfort and performance for cold-weather aerobic activities. Chilling wind is blocked by panels of tightly woven polyester in the front of the legs, maximizing comfort without hindering breathability or moisture transfer. Lightweight stretch fabric panels are strategically placed at back of legs and hips to provide excellent breathability and easy movement; brushed interior enhances comfort. Areas around hips and knees are shaped to supply an ergonomic fit. Small zippered back pocket offers discreet storage for keys, ID or energy products. Getting the PXC Light Pants on and off is an easy task, thanks to side cuff zippers that extend up to the knees. Reflective detailing increases your visibility in low light. Craft PXC Light pants are slightly fitted to skim the body without restricting mobility.

- REI refers to the women's version

Craft PXC Light Pant

$99.99 (men's)

The Craft PXC Light Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 4, 2013 at EMS.

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