Ascendor AS Pants Women’s

Ascendor AS Pants Women’s

Rab USA

$160.00

The Ascendor AS is a softshell mountain pant that provide durability, protection from the wind and weather and freedom of movement. 

Made from hard wearing, midweight Matrix™ softshell, they are breathable but offer warmth in cold conditions and offer a slim fit. They have articulated knees and a long length crotch gusset, providing mobility for high steps or bridging. The high waistband is part-elasticated and fits comfortably with a harness, with the option to secure the pants with either belt or braces. They have two mesh-lined hand pockets and one zipped thigh pocket for storing essentials, with reinforced kicker patches to protect the lower leg. The zipped ankle gusset allows the hem to widen to accommodate various footwear.

Weight: 14.4oz / 409g

Description

The Ascendor AS is a softshell mountain pant that provide durability, protection from the wind and weather and freedom of movement. 

Made from hard wearing, midweight Matrix™ softshell, they are breathable but offer warmth in cold conditions and offer a slim fit. They have articulated knees and a long length crotch gusset, providing mobility for high steps or bridging. The high waistband is part-elasticated and fits comfortably with a harness, with the option to secure the pants with either belt or braces. They have two mesh-lined hand pockets and one zipped thigh pocket for storing essentials, with reinforced kicker patches to protect the lower leg. The zipped ankle gusset allows the hem to widen to accommodate various footwear.

Weight: 14.4oz / 409g

Additional information

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