Arc'teryx Gamma AR Softshell Pant

Priced: $198.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Arc'teryx Gamma AR Softshell Pant
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Color: Nubian Brown
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Arc'teryx modestly calls the incredibly versatile Gamma AR Softshell Pant a 'three-season pant.' Built with DWR-coated, abrasion-resistant Burly double weave fabric, the Gamma AR is ready to take on just about anything.

Fabric:

  • DWR-coated, abrasion-resistant Burly double weave face fabric for all-around protection

Fit:

  • Adjustable webbing belt for perfect fit

Lining and Layers:

  • Chamois-lined waist helps with moisture management

Zippers:

  • Zippered front hand pockets and 1 thigh pocket keep your valuables safe

Features:

  • Gusseted crotch for added durability and unlimited range of motion
  • Seamless instep reduces snags
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Arc'teryx Gamma AR Softshell Pant Reviews:

Reviews:

After having more patches than original material on my old soft shell pants, the search began for a replacement. The criteria: Summer Alpine Rock to Winter Alpine Ice. Simple right, one pant for every use?
Being familiar with the Gamma MX Jacket, I knew I wanted a pair of pants that had the same flexibility and durability. In combination with a trim fit, the Gamma AR Pants fit the bill.
These pants are burly, however they are unlined, so layering them with a power-stretch bottom works great for Winter use in all but the most frigid temps. The fabric has held up to bush whacking approaches through dead fall trees and near misses with the points of my crampons. The fabric also strikes a balance between windproof and breathable making them great on the approach through the trees and exposed on the climb.
The fit of these pants is also second to none. The built in belt allows them to be worn next to skin with a quick cinch on warmer Summer Alpine Rock days. They have a trim "athletic" fit that still allows for freedom of movement, with or without layers underneath. So far, soooo good...

Doug Sandlin at Backcountry.com on 12/07/2012

I didn't do anything on the weekends this summer except backpack. So when I say these are the best pants ever, I feel qualified.
I've worn these pants in 40MPH winds, temperatures in the teens (F) and snow. They kept me warm, dry and comfortable. They have a little stretch and are cut the same way I am -- no pinching when scrambling & no wedgy when sitting down. There is enough room to layer over expedition-weight base layer but still a nice, clean fit. Despite the use and abuse, they still loook brand new. A nice feature is the 3 pockets are all designed to vent heat if you unzip them.
I highly recommend these pants.

Kevin at Backcountry.com on 10/24/2013

These are a great pant, they are made for colder weather and not casual wear. They are heavier than the LT's and made to last a lifetime. I needed something lighter and will return for the LT's.

tho5136407 at Backcountry.com on 12/02/2013