Vector Pants Men’s

Vector Pants Men’s

$125.00

A versatile pant for general mountain use, the Vector Pant is a midweight softshell in a durable stretch fabric ideal for colder days on the hill.

A comfortable and practical all mountain pant, the Vector Pants are made using Matrix™ double weave stretch fabric with knee articulation, providing freedom of movement. The double snap waistband and removable webbing belt ensure a comfortable fit. Offering secure storage for all your essentials, the Vector Pants include two zipped hand pockets, one thigh pocket with internal phone sleeve, and a rear pocket.

Combining weather resistance and high durability, the Vector Pants are the ideal mountain pant for use in varied conditions.

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