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Manufacturer's Description

Visit GoLite's Men's Siskiyou Convertible Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Zip-off lower leg with ankle zips for ease of removal32" pant / 11" gusseted short inseamHand pockets, secure rear pocketsSnap closure and zippered fly

- GoLite.com refers to the men's version

A day in the mountains inevitably brings varied weather and temperatures. The Siskiyou Convertible Pants for men from GoLite offer you the flexibility to change with the weather. As the temps rise, you can zip off the lower leg to create shorts, or when the wind picks up, you can add the protection of a full-length pant. Ankle zips make for easy conversion over your hiking shoes. They use the same lightweight nylon found in the regular Siskiyou pants, have two front pockets, two rear and one zippered cargo pocket. They also make great travel pants as they are both pants and shorts in one lightweight package.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. GoLite Men's Siskiyou Convertible Pant DECENT FEATURES of the GoLite Men's Siskiyou Convertible Pant Zip-of lower leg with ankle zips for ease of removal Snap closure and zippered fly Belt loops Hand pockets Secure cargo and rear pockets Knee length inseam gusset The SPECS Weight: 9 oz / 265 g Fit: Regular Inseam: Pant: 32in., Short: 11in. Material: 100% Nylon

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

GoLite Siskiyou Convertible Pant

$90.00 (men's)

The GoLite Siskiyou Convertible Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 8, 2014 at GoLite.com.

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