Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 32" Inseam

Priced: $119.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 32" Inseam
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Designed for trekking and travel, the Arc'teryx Perimeter pants have a stretchy, midweight fabric and articulated patterning to keep you moving along in comfort.

Imported.

Lining and Layers:

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

Fabric:

  • Midweight stretchy nylon/polyurethane fabric offer 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.):32 inches
Insulated:No
Moisture wicking:No
Quick drying:Yes
Side cargo pockets:Yes
Sun-protective fabric:No
Waterproof:No
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Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - 32" Inseam Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

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SHORT: Fantastic lightweight pants. This was the only one that I purchased in a different color because they are so well made and light. 5 Stars.

LONG: Recently went on a 3 week long hiking/travel trip around NZ. All pants were used for both long day hiking (e.g Tongariro Alpine Crossing- 19.4K) and casual wear, but no overnight camping.

I purchased 5 different pairs of technical pants from REI. This is a comparison review because I always find those the most helpful.

Arc'teryx Perimeter Pants - Men's 32" Inseam
Fantastic lightweight pants. This was the only one that I purchased in a different color when I returned because they are so well made and light. Very well fitting and a joy to wear. I wear them at work all the time. 5 Stars (will be purchasing the last color as well)

Columbia Cool Creek Pants - Men's 32" Inseam
OK pant overall but a bit *cheap* No additional pockets and my wallet sits uncomfortably in the back pocket due to the mesh lining of the pockets. I would not buy again and will be retiring them. 2 Stars.

Mountain Hardwear Matterhorn Convertible Pants - Men's 32" Inseam
I really wanted to like these pants. On top of realizing I don't really use convertible pants since I like to hike with full coverage, these pants weigh considerably more than the rest. Fit is ok at best and you can't really use them as casual wear. One step up from Columbia (which owns the brand). They will be retired. 3 stars.

Marmot Scree Pants - Men's Regular
An oddly likable pant. The zippered ankles create a thinner leg line and help keep the pants in place. Very stretchy material makes for a super comfortable fit. Zippered pockets and additional zippered cargo are very good though the main pocket angle could be better. Lighter than Mountain Hardwear but heavier than Arc'teryx. My fave after the Arc'teryx. 4 Stars.

prAna Stretch Zion Pants - Men's 32" Inseam
A really great pant, but the color, fit and use is duplicated by the Arc'teryx. The cargo pocket is low left and has two zippers for entry (top and side) and I feel is bit too low. Nice light weight probably a shy more than the Arc'teryx. Would probably note buy again due to duplication but like them but will retire. 4 stars.
Taylor S at REI on 05/05/2012

Great technical pants

I got a pair of these to play golf in, since you can't wear shorts at my club. There are so much better than khakis or the nicer golf slacks that everybody wears. These are breathable, stretchy, lighweight and very comfortable. Of course these are also great for hiking, I actually prefer to wear these instead of shorts, even when it's warm out. I ended up getting 2 more pairs of these, since they are so versatile, you can wear them for nearly any outdoor activity. Some of the other trekking pants look like the old parachute pants, but these perimeter pants are much more stylish. Great pants!
DNAdragonfly at REI on 05/05/2012

Perfect Pant

Wow. I have 20 plus pairs of technical pants and got a pair of these and am very impressed. No shrinkage-if they fit in the store they will fit after 10 washes. Dry fast. Technical material feels tougher than average technical pant (not nylon-like) and resist water. The only change I would make is if they would offer a pant without the front zipper pocket-it is nice to have put would like another pair with out.
mikelsq at REI on 03/03/2012

Awesome pants

The fit was a little tight at first for a 36 but I'm used to that with Arcteryx gear. The pants relaxed after some climbing and stretching through normal use. I've rallied these at 20 degrees with a minor wind and been very comfortable. They also wear well in the office and wick slightly. Overall these are great pants that I can easily recommend.
Polar_Bear at REI on 03/03/2012

Almost perfect

Great pair of pants minus the length. Too short. I wear these all the time and the short length drives me bonkers. Too bad because they are great otherwise. Good material which has a bit of stretch- and are nice enough to wear almost anywhere.
Foxhound at REI on 03/03/2013

Negative Reviews:

not really impressed

OK, but not excellent fit. Like the lightweight, breathable, stretchy-ish fabric. Not so sure about durability -- haven't had them that long or subjected them to punishment. Am a little concerned about lack of reinforcement around major wear/stress areas, like the knees and derriere. Would not buy again unless they are on sale.
ewb-ca at REI on 03/03/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Split a seem!

A seam in the butt split within the first few times I wore them. I am very happy with the fit and the comfort, but now I have to get the seam repaired!
browndogz at REI on 09/09/2013