Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 30" Inseam

Priced: $119.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 30" Inseam
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Perfect for day hikes or longer trips that take you deep into the backcountry, the Arc'teryx Perimeter pants with 30 in. inseam are built for a range of temperatures and activity levels.

Imported.

Lining and Layers:

  • 2 front hand pockets, 2 rear pockets and a zippered cargo pocket stow your trail and travel items; hand pockets and rear pockets are lined with mesh

Fabric:

  • Lightweight, quick-drying and flexible nylon/polyurethane fabric offers lots of mobililty to keep you comfortable on city streets and mountain trails
  • Articulated construction and a gusseted crotch allow comfortable range of motion with no tugging

Fit:

  • The Arc'teryx Perimeter pants have an athletic fit
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Activity:Hiking
Convertible:No
Fabric:89% nylon/11% polyurethane
Inseam (in.):30 inches
Insulated:No
Moisture wicking:No
Quick drying:Yes
Side cargo pockets:Yes
Sun-protective fabric:No
Waterproof:No
Windproof:No
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Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 30" Inseam Review:

Reviews:

Not too shabby

I got these to wear chasing Black-capped Vireos and Golden-cheeked Warblers around TX Hill Country and the Wichita Mountains in OK. I've been using them for almost a month and I'm pretty satisfied with them. Really the only time I notice them are when they are excelling at NOT limiting my range of motion when I'm scrambling; I can imagine these would be great for climbing. Also, they resist abrasion better than I expected, and the lightest colorway keeps me sufficiently cool up to triple-digits. Oh, and the little zipper pocket on the right thigh is a nice touch and beats bulky cargo pockets. Arc'teryx has yet to disappoint me.
Psychedelic Hans at REI on 05/05/2013