Arc'teryx Men's Palisade Pant

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Arc'teryx Palisade Pant
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Redesigned for 2012, these trekking pants now offer slash hand pockets and large map compatible cargo pockets. Anatomical patterning and TerraTex stretch nylon fabric enhance comfort and freedom of movement. The integrated webbing waistbelt provides a secure fit.

FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Palisade Pant.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Palisade Pant.

Lining and Layers:

  • Soft, chamois lined waist

Fabric:

  • Stretchy TerraTex fabric is lightweight, breathable, and quick-drying
  • Laminated hem
  • Drawcord compatible hem with soft grommet eyelet
  • Brushed polyester waistband; zippered fly with snap and adjustable webbing belt
  • TerraTex - 94% nylon, 6% spandex

Fit:

  • Integrated webbing belt provides a secure fit

Sizing:

  • Two large pockets are sized for maps and bellowed to enable you to carry plenty of stuff

Zippers:

  • Slash hand pockets, two cargo pockets with laminated zipper and volume pleats

Pockets:

  • Rear wallet pocket

Features:

  • Articulated patterning and a gusseted crotch allow for full freedom of movement
  • Laminated front fly
USOutdoor.com
The redesigned Palisade Pant from Arc'teryx offers a variety of updated features that refines its comfort level as well as mobility to meet the demands of this day and age. In doing just that, the Palisade Pant is constructed with Arc'teryx's patented TerraTex fabric composed of 94 percent nylon and 6 percent spandex material that breaths and stretches to your movements while boasting a lightweight quick-dry capability to keep things comfortably uninhibited. More so, the Palisade Pant from Arc'teryx comes reconfigured with two additional thigh pockets, giving you the extra space needed to keep all the little as well as larger things in check on your journey.

Oregon Mountain Community
The Arc'teryx Palisade Pant is a highly versatile travel/trekking pant made from premium materials with a phenomenal fit.

Backcountry.com
Laugh off the attempts of wind and water to ruin your hike or penetrate your Arc'teryx Palisade Pants. Ideal for hiking, backpacking, or climbing, these TerraTex pants utilize a soft chamois-lined waist for hours of comfort on the trail or wall. Stash some snacks in the assortment of pockets, and enjoy an adventure made more enjoyable by the right gear.

Mountain Gear
Hike and climb in the lightweight, comfortable Palisade Pants from Arc'teryx.

Paragon Sports
Breathable and durable pant constructed with quick-drying, comfort-stretch textiles. Packed with all the features required for rugged exploration, this breathable pant will provide comfort on the trail while the soft lined waist stops pack belt chafing.
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Also available for: Women
Fabrics/Materials:TerraTex™—Nylon/Spandex blend
Fit:Trim, tapered leg
Hem:Drawcord compatible hem with soft grommet eyelet
Inseam:30, 32, 35" / 76.2, 81.3, 88.9 cm
Material:94% Nylon/ 6% Spandex
Pockets:Two hand/Two thigh zippered
Style:Pant
Type:Casual
Waist:Soft, chamois lined waist
Waterproof:no
Weight:9.7 oz / 275 g
Windproof:no
Zipper:Laminated front fly
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Arc'teryx Palisade Pant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

My favorite hiking pants. I also got a pair of Palisade shorts , which are also excellent.
What I like:
- Excellent athletic fit. Good looking and very comfortable. I got the light carbide color which looks great.
- Clearly designed for outdoor use and well suited to backpacking, with water repellant quick drying fabric, light weight, a minimalist built in belt, and just enough stretch.
- No velcro. Zippers and so much classier.
- Pockets are lined with nylon, not mesh.
- They're clearly well made, using a mix of lamination and stitching. Still, I wish they still made all their stuff in Canada.
What I don't like:
- The built in nylon belt doesn't hold position well. I found a rubber O-ring can be wrapped around the plastic buckle to make it hold better.
- The cargo pocket zipper pulls are exposed and sit in the middle of your thighs when the pockets are closed. I don't like the way they rub against the bottom of my desk. Admittedly this isn't exactly the kind of thing you'd care about when out for a hike, but I like to wear these around town and even at work, so I notice these things.
The pocket configuration is completely different than last year's model. These have two ordinary front pockets without zippers, just like any casual pants, plus two zippered cargo pockets, but they don't have back pockets at all. Back pockets aren't really that useful anyway. Sitting on your wallet isn't good for your back, and sitting on your cell phone is a good way to crack the screen, so what can you really do with them anyway? Plus they're useless when wearing a backpack.

peter.back1160046 at Backcountry.com on 08/04/2012

I bought these pants to replace my old ex-officio hiking pants.
The characteristics I was looking for were: light, resistant to abrasion, capable of retaining warmth yet breathable, flexible but not too baggy (a lot of American models tend to be too baggy for me these days).
I also wanted the pants to have many pockets, yet still be stylish enough for casual wear in the city for my travels around the globe.
These pants fit that description almost perfectly.They are not as baggy as the Ramparts from Arcteryx, so they are better for my intended use - but this comes at a price - they are more expensive.
I am using them right now for an extended trip, and they are so wonderful that I have just ordered a second pair. They are very light,so you can carry many pairs without adding much weight - a welcome characteristic both for backpacking adventures and standard overseas tourism.
The Light carbide color I got look very nice.

Eric P at Backcountry.com on 09/24/2012

I've been searching for the perfect hiking pant for some time - this is definitely it. Sits up on the waist with a very comfortable fleece lining. The cargo pockets have a slim profile when not in use, but hold plenty when needed (perfect size for a passport with cash / travel docs). The material of the pants is synthetic, light and comfortable. Doesn't absorb odor, which is nice (put that to the test in Africa with one pair over 6 days, no showers and plenty of dirt). Food, sweat, blood, dirt all come out in the wash, no problem. I love them so much I bought a second pair.

Mikey at Backcountry.com on 08/26/2012

Wore these pants hiking and trekking in Ecuador for two weeks. Great fit,the zip pockets are convenient for stashing a variety of items, and the weight of the material is just about right for hiking and knocking around town. I normally wear a size 34 waist, but the 36 waist fit me better in these pants. The only downside - very expensive. I'll watch for them to go on sale and then purchase another pair.

Kirk W at Backcountry.com on 01/21/2013

I bought these pants several years ago and so far I've used them on all my hiking and paddling tours. So far they have been at Elbrus, Kilimanjaro, Rwenzori, Swedish and Norwegian mountains and the archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden. Non of my previous pants have ever survived that long and they are still OK. I wonder if I should by another pair though, just in case they would stop producing them.

Peter Hellstrand at Backcountry.com on 04/06/2013

reluctant to buy these. The 5 zip pockets were bomb. Have two pairs I wear for prescribed backcountry use and when I'm not in my work attire. Tell Arc'Teryx to go back a revision. Bump the price but put the 5 zips back. There is no Arc'Teryx substitute, especially for an inseam challenge gentleman like myself. OK You win, this is still the best backcountry pant for me!

Bob Weston at Backcountry.com on 01/08/2013

Great pants. I wear them for everything. Hiking, archery, bouldering, banjo playing and everyday work. My kids always ask me why I always wear the same pants,( I own 5 pair) and I tell them it's for the comfort. Plus chicks dig them! The 2012 version fit better than last year's cut, less baggy in the seat! I like the gray color best.

fac4201187 at Backcountry.com on 05/30/2012

I have just spent the last three weeks paddling around the Gulf of California (Isla Tiburon) and these pants are the best. Lightweight for sun protection but durable enough to take the abuse of hiking around the mountains. They were my go to pants every single day. 21 days in the field and still going strong.

tro100507513 at Backcountry.com on 02/01/2013

This was a gift for my boyfriend and I just wanted to go with something I'd be sure he would like it. I was right! He does not stop talking all the greatest things about these pants, how soft and comfy they are. I can tell, he is in love with these pants!

Mayra at Backcountry.com on 05/19/2012

Negative Reviews:

They changed them from the last version. There were three additional zipper pockets on the last version. The two front hand pockets were zippered and deeper on the last model. Plus there was a zippered back pocket. They also feel like the rise has been shortened.
The old style pants were great pants for traveling. These will not be nearly as nice. I have to keep them cause I am leaving on a trip, but next time I am just going to REI so that I am not surprised by a model change.

ker4531727 at Backcountry.com on 07/28/2012

I have one pair of the Palisade pants and 3 pairs of the shorts, all of which I love for casual wear.They're extremely comfortable, look great, and hold items securely in their 5 zippered pockets.
That was then. This is now: no zippers on the slash pockets; no more back pocket The 5 zips were a unique feature that Arc'teryx chose to change. Why? To save a few bucks? They never asked me. I'll wait until they mend - or zip- their ways before buying more.

paup27246 at Backcountry.com on 09/15/2012