Arc'teryx Sabre Pant - Men's

Arc'teryx Sabre Pant - Men's
$499.00
Sabre Pant - Men's by Arc'teryx
Price subject to change | SKU: ARC00BE

Arc'teryx Sabre Pant - Men's

The Arc'teryx Men's Sabre Pants have got you covered whether you're breaking trail in knee-deep powder or riding high, windy lifts at your home resort. Their burly three-layer Gore-Tex shell and breathable softshell face are great for skiing in the resort or out in the backcountry thanks to a good balance between stormproof protection and breathability. Fully taped seams and a DWR finish add to the Sabre's weather protection, while two outer thigh vents work to dump heat when the sun decides peak through the clouds. The Sabre is cut for freeriders with a relaxed fit that has plenty of room for extra layers. Articulated knees, seat, and a gusseted crotch make kick-turns and side-stepping a whole lot easier, and their integrated belt can be quickly adjusted throughout the day.Everything you need to stay warm and dry can be found on the Sabre. Water tight zippers offer a water-resistant closure to the two cargo pockets, and with internal stretch cuff gaiters with a gripper elastic, you don't have to worry about snow working its way into your boots and socks. The cuffs are reinforced with Keprotec and Cordura nylon to protect against buckles, edges, and crampons. A soft, brushed backer offers a bit of insulation for when you are skiing in the resort, or taking a break before your drop into that backcountry line you hiked hard to earn. The Sabre is equipped with Sliden'Loc attachments, so you can go ahead and attach them to your compatible Sidewinder SV jacket for head-to-toe weatherproof protection.

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