Alpha SL Pant Men’s (past season)

Alpha SL Pant Men’s (past season)

Arc'teryx

$161.40

Delivering optimized performance for minimal weight, the ultralight Alpha SL Pant packs small, ready to provide emergency weather protection when needed. N40r GORE-TEX fabric with Paclite® product technology is waterproof, breathable and exceptionally light. The nylon ripstop face offers some abrasion and tear resistance. Where higher levels of durability are required, Arc’teryx uses hardwearing N150p-X GORE-TEX fabric.

For 2019, Arc'teryx changed the name of this pant to the Beta SL pant, but did not change any features. 

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