The North Face Fargo Cargo Pant

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The North Face Fargo Cargo Pant
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The North Face Fargo Cargo Pants are all-around, waterproof, breathable, shell cargo pants that offer dependable warmth and protection all winter long. The HyVent® 2L fabric gives you waterproof/breathable protection against wet weather conditions, and its durable weave construction resists the wear and tear that comes with on-mountain activities. All sorts of features amp up these pants, and the cargo style is perfect for guys who favor that military look. For an effective outerwear shell pant that serves up everything you need and wins the battle with Mother Nature's nastiest weather, check out the Fargo Cargo pants.

Fit:

  • StretchVent leg gaiters with gripper elastic fit over ski boots and feature Chimney vents
  • Slightly baggy fit accommodates heavier baselayers during cold days

Lining and Layers:

  • Zip hand pockets and rear pockets hold on-mountain necessities without letting moisture into your inner layers

Ventilation:

  • Chimney Venting system draws air in from the ankles and channels it over your legs and out the zippered mesh inner thigh vents for ultimate cooling on the mountain

Insulation:

  • Belt loops and adjustable hook-and-loop tabs ensure the pant doesn't fall down when you practice your Gelande skills

Weather and Wind:

  • The tough shell, waterproof breathable HyVent 2L membrane, and fully taped seams ensure moisture protection
  • Belt loop tabs lock with compatible jackets from The North Face (sold separately) for a seamless barrier against deep snow
  • Ankle zips secure easily over your boots and help to keep out snow

Zippers:

  • Cuff-zip gussets

Pockets:

  • Flap cargo pockets with Lot Lift System
  • Cargo pockets feature Lot Locks so you can keep your cuffs out of the mud puddles in the parking lot
  • Back pockets

Manufactured:

  • Imported

Features:

  • Thermoliner adds just a hint of warmth while mesh works to keep air flowing during long sunny laps or hikes
  • Clip Integration Belt Loops
  • RECCO Avalanche Rescue System may give you a better chance at being recovered inbounds
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The North Face Fargo Cargo Pants is a waterproof and breathable piece of outerwear that will keep you dry and comfortable. The Fargo Cargos HyVent 2L Proweave exterior will keep the wintry mix of snow and sleet outside so you can remain warm, but also, the breathability won't make you feel constricted. You'll have plenty of room throughout to pop tricks in the park with that extra bit of room through the hips, thighs, knees and cuff. Plenty of pockets ensures that anything you want to carry is within easy reach. If you're tearing up the slopes on a warm day as the sun is beating down on ya, you can always pull open the thigh vent for some cooling down. Stay dry. Stay comfortable. And don't lose your style. The North Face Fargo Cargo Pants will keep you in good shape each moment on the mountain.


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Christy Sports (2013)

The North Face Fargo Cargo Pant - Men's:  The Fargo Cargo Bomber would be perfect for the Coen brothers filming in North Dakota.  Better yet, it's great for mountain riders.  It's designed with a durable waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed HyVent® exterior to shed snow and keep you dry. A little on the baggy side offering extra room through the hips, thighs, knees, and cuff for relaxed cruising.  Venting system like a chimney escorts cool mountain air in through the mesh vent at thigh and pushes warm air out through top-thigh mesh panel to keep riders content.

FEATURES
Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed.
Recco® avalanche rescue reflector.
StretchVent™ gaiter with gripper elastic and boot hook.
Inner thigh vents with mesh gussets.
Chimney Venting™ system.
Handwarmer zip pockets.
Flap cargo pockets with Lot Lift System.
Back pockets.
Clip-integration belt loops.
Adjustable waist tabs.
Cuff-zip gussets.

Backcountry.com

Well-equipped for slaying waist-deep blower, running up a slackcountry boot pack, and partying in a muddy parking lot, The North Face Fargo Cargo Pant provides versatile performance with lots of style for your ski getup. A waterproof breathable two-layer HyVent membrane and Thermoliner ensure protection during storms while the Chimney Venting system keeps the air circulating for spring sessions or day tours.

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Inseam:regular
Insulation:Mesh and Thermoliner
Shell:HyVent 2L proweave
Weight:31.75 oz / 900 g
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I just got back from a trip to Alaska and I wore these pants for 4 days straight and they held up really well. I've gone through 5 or 6 snowboard pants and these are my favorite. The red color is a nice looking red and it stands so my buddies can spot me on the mountain easily. The fit is a little on the larger side (I'm 5'10" 170lbs) for a medium and was a little long for a regular but there are these cool straps inside the cargo pockets that you can use to cinch up the bottom of the pants so they don't drag on the ground when walking around. The material is solid and held out any moisture nicely while also keeping me nice and dry inside. I wore my base layer pants underneath and everything fit very comfortably. I spent 3 days on the Alyeska Resort and 1 day going backcountry riding (Chugach Powder Guides rock) and the pants kept the snow out nicely in knee to waist deep pow. The temps were between mid teens to mid 20's and with the base layer pants, these kept me nice and warm. I went a few days w/o the base layer pants and was still comfortable wearing these pants. If I need to get another pair of snow pants, these will definitely be it.

ben810 at Backcountry.com on 03/03/2013

I really enjoy these guys. Im 6'0" and 200 lbs, or 182cm and 90 kg. I usually wear 34-32 and I got the large. They fit really well, and when I'm flying down the mountain on skis I don't get any chills or anything. I get really hot real quick and hate layering because it means that I have to take things on and off when ever I get inside the lodge. I barely notice they're there they feel like normal pants and I don't notice any overheating. I usually just wear a pair of athletic shorts underneath and throw the pants on and go! Great Decision buy!

Field Cook at Backcountry.com on 03/06/2013

I was looking for more of a skiing pant and these run baggy through the leg a la snowboarding pants. Doesn't mean they aren't high quality or don't perform well, because they are and do, but not quite the "look" I was going for. Love the colors (I have the light brown with red interior mesh), very flexible, would need leggings during a storm though. Keep up the good work, TNF.

GIrving at Backcountry.com on 03/12/2013

I have 2 pair of these pants. One pair is 3 years old and the other is 2 years old. They still look great. Very little signs of wear. They are super durable and fairly waterproof. For the price this is a hard pant to beat.

Chad Cordell at Backcountry.com on 02/20/2013

I am 6', 185 lbs. This is size L. The waist is slightly too big, but the elastic straps in the waist deal with that.

Lanebobane at Backcountry.com on 08/10/2013