Patagonia Away From Home Pants

Retailers' Descriptions

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Versatile and super comfortable, the Patagonia Women's Away From Home Pants offer 50-plus UPF protection and fast-wicking, quick dry times. Who says hardcore fishing pants have to look like hardcore fishing pants? Not us. In fact, our Women's Away From Home Pants feature a stylish, feminine fit that looks and feels great stalking the flats or biking into town for cafe con leche. For form and function, these pants are made from two fabrics: a stretch-woven nylon/spandex blend on the seat for a flattering fit, and a light, quick-drying nylon canvas everywhere else for quick-dry durability. They have the technical features you need for serious fishing-50-plus UPF sun protection, nylon utility keeper, two front and back pockets, a double side pocket on the left leg-but work equally well on the trail, around town or anywhere else that takes you away from home. Durable, quick-drying nylon taslan, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and 50-plus UPF sun protection; water-resistant stretch-woven seat is a super comfortable . Jean front styling with nylon utility keeper; two back pockets . Double-side utility pocket . Articulated knees . Main: 3.4-oz 100% nylon taslan, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and 50-plus UPF sun protection. Seat: 96% nylon/4% spandex, with a DWR finish . 218 g (7.7 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Features of the Patagonia Women's Away From Home Pant Durable, quick-drying nylon taslan, water-resistant stretch-woven seat is a super comfortable Jean front styling with nylon utility keeper, two back pockets Double-side utility pocket Articulated knees

- Moosejaw

Who says hardcore fishing pants have to look like hardcore fishing pants? Not Patagonia. In fact, their Womens Away From Home Pants feature a stylish, feminine fit that looks and feels great stalking the flats or biking into town for caf con leche. For form and function, these pants are made from two fabrics: a stretch-woven nylon/spandex blend on the seat for a flattering fit, and a light, quick-drying nylon taslan everywhere else for quick-dry durability. They have the technical features you need for serious fishing50+ UPF sun protection, nylon utility keeper, two front and back pockets, a double side pocket on the left legbut work equally well on the trail, around town or anywhere else that takes you away from home.

- Summit Hut

Patagonia designed the Women's Away From Home Pant with a casual style and a performance-driven focus on fishing. Its nylon taslan fabric breathes better than most nylons, and it resists UV rays, wicks moisture, and dries quickly for extra comfort after a wet-but-warm day in the lake. Patagonia added a DWR finish to shed raindrops, resist moisture, and dry even faster. Articulated knees ease mobility on hikes out to the fishing hole, and the double-side utility pocket gives a great place for your knife and hemostats.

- Backcountry.com

Who says hard-core fishing pants have to look like hard-core fishing pants? Not us. In fact, our Away From Home Pants feature a stylish, feminine fit that looks and feels great stalking the flats or biking into town for cafe con leche. Blending form and function, these pants are made from two fabrics: a stretch-woven 96% nylon/4% spandex blend on the seat for enhanced durability; and a light, quick-drying nylon taslan everywhere else for fast dry times and cool-wearing comfort. They have the technical features you need for serious fishing-50+ UPF sun protection, a nylon utility keeper, two front and back pockets, a double side pocket on the left leg, articulated knees and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish-but thanks to classic jean-front styling, they work equally well on the trail, around town or anywhere else that takes you away from your home waters.

- Patagonia.com

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