Built with unwavering attention to descent-oriented details, Patagonia's Untracked Pants feature a wonderfully soft, supple (and quiet) 3-layer stretch fabric construction, a fully dialed yet refined, low-bulk design and unsurpassed windproof and waterproof/breathable performance for riding anywhere, anytime. The premium fabric combines a supple yet resilient 3-layer 92% recycled nylon GORE-TEX stretch fabric for waterproof/breathable and windproof protection with a soft, brushed interior to increase warmth and manage moisture while minimizing bulk. A DWR (durable water repellent) finish prevents saturation and increases abrasion resistance.
The highly articulated fit and flexed pattern at the knees allow exceptional mobility, and mesh-lined thigh vents with Vislon® zippers circulate air to reduce heat buildup. Gaiters with gripper elastic, a snow-shedding nylon liner between the gaiter and interior cuff, and a DWR finish create a tenacious seal for serious postholing. Other features include watertight, coated zippers with slim zip installation to reduce bulk and weight, burly scuff guards, slick taffeta at the waist that glides smoothly over layers, adjustable tabs to fine-tune the fit, an embedded RECCO® avalanche rescue reflector, and four zippered pockets—two handwarmers and two thigh pockets. With an articulated, feminine silhouette.
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