Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Mountain women don't need to be stuck in stiff denim anymore. The KUHL Women's Sierra Softshell Pant features soft, durable stretch Tufflex fabric that is ideal for backcountry adventures. This lightweight fabric is also wrinkle resistant and quick drying, so it can be packed without a problem and survives river crossings with ease. KUHL also added strong sun protection to prevent burns, and gave the Sierra Softshell Pant a natural rise that prevents showing.


The ultimate Kuhl Sierra travel pants, for those looking to pack light and go long. Now you can spend a little more time on the road without worrying about what you'll be wearing at the end of the road.91% nylon, 9% spandex softshell fabric.4-way stretch and articulated knees for freedom of movement.Brushed loop back for superior comfort.UPF 50.Jean style pockets.Just above the knee flared hemline.Quick dry and wrinkle resistant.Easy care.Import.

- Campmor

The Kuhl Sierra pants are travel- and trail-worthy with comfortable stretch and quick-drying fabric. Tufflex™ is a soft, durable stretch woven with a brushed back; this versatile fabric is lightweight, quick drying, wrinkle resistant and ideal for an active lifestyle. Fabric provides UPF 50+ sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Zipper fly, button closure and belt loops. Natural rise hits right below the belly button.


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The Sierra Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.98 - $70.00

The Kuhl Sierra Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 2, 2011 at Campmor.

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