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Convertible Rain Pants

Style #2328157

Price: $119.00

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This concept rain pant is lightweight, packable, versatile wet weather protection. The Convertible Rain Pants are designed with a semi-athletic cut and zip off legs to make personalized layering systems more easily achievable. With this item Montbell offers hikers, backpackers, fast packers, and trail runners unique flexibility when dealing with variable temperatures and precipitation. Simple and streamlined we have focused on a few essential features in an effort to maximize comfort and minimize garment weight. ■Water Pressure Resistance: Over 20,000mm. Breathability: 15,000g/㎡ ·24 hrs (JIS L-1099 B-1 method)

Color

BK (Black)

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Updated 12/14/19 15:15 (EST)

Features

  • Opposed zippers convert pants to shorts
  • Smart sewing technology for weight savings
  • Fully seam taped
  • Elasticized waist with draw cord
  • 19.3in. (49cm) knee length zippers
  • Stuff sack included
  • Samue Leg Closure System

Specs

Weight6.1 oz. (173 g)
Fabric3-layer DRY-TEC™ Technology
15-denier Ballistic Airlight rip-stop nylon
(Water resistance: 20,000mm
Breathability: 15,000g/m2/24hrs )
DWRStandard DWR treatment
Compressed size2.6 x 2.6 x 4.9 in. (7 x 7 x 12 cm)
Country of originTHAILAND
OtherInseam length : 32.1 in / 81.5 cm
Inseam length /shorts : 11.2 in /28.5 cm
(Size M)

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Samue Leg Closure System

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This simple, yet ingenious system is inspired by the traditional work clothing worn by the Zen monks of Japan. Samue apparel is made with ties that can be used to adjust the length of the sleeves and pant legs. Instead of ties, we utilize an elastic band that has been integrated into the pant cuff. This clever addition provides a light weight way to close off the bottom of the pant leg or quickly create knickers.

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