Beta SL Pant Men’s

Beta SL Pant Men’s

Arc'teryx

$275.00

Superlight, packable emergency waterproof pant made from GORE-TEX fabric with Paclite® Plus product technology. The minimalist design maximizes packability and reduces weight without sacrificing key features. For use during sudden storms, the simple pull-on design has full length side zippers for easy on/off and rapid ventilation. Hem and insteps are reinforced with abrasion-resistant N150p-X GORE-TEX fabric with Paclite® Plus product technology (this model replaces the Alpha SL pant from 2018). 

These lightweight full-zip hardshell pants are a great companion on any trip where you don't expect to use your hardshells a lot, but want complete protection in the event that you need them! Rainier, Denali, and Aconcagua are all apropriate locales for this pant. 

Weight: 375g / 13.2oz

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