Himalayan Pant

Himalayan Pant

The North Face

$599.00

Designed for athletes aiming for the top of the world, the Himalayan Pant is our warmest pant, period. An insulated shell and high-fill-power down deliver maximum protection in otherworldly cold.

Features:

  • 800 fill goose down offers superior warmth, while 700 fill goose down in lower legs provides compression resistance
  • Welded baffle construction eliminates cold spots and weak points that accompany needle holes
  • 100% windproof fabric with added weather protection at knees, kickpatches and seat
  • Soft, stretchy bib with adjustable suspenders
  • Two-way, partially exposed, reverse-coil center front zip with internal insulated draft tube
  • Exposed snap closure at waist
  • Internal belt with buckle closure allows for easy adjustment
  • Covered, secure-zip hand pockets
  • Two-way leg zip is one continuous zip and forms crescent drop-seat construction
  • Internal snap closure at ankles
  • Summit Series® collection is harness and pack-compatible
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