Arc'teryx Stinger Pant - Men's

Arc'teryx Stinger Pant - Men's
$499.00
Stinger Pant - Men's by Arc'teryx
Price subject to change | SKU: ARC3670

Arc'teryx Stinger Pant - Men's

Like a honeybee to a flower, you're drawn to snow-covered mountains. When you're dipping and diving into the sweet nectar of fresh powder and mega jumps, protect your legs with the Arc'teryx Men's Stinger Pant. Gore-Tex Pro 3L fabric is guaranteed waterproof and guaranteed breathable, so you can zip up hard-charging ascents and not be a sweaty, sticky mess at the summit. A streamlined silhouette, rugged cuffs, and high-volume thigh pockets gives you power to play all day long. Durable nylon yarns are tightly woven together to create a smooth-feeling, abrasion-resistant fabric. The DWR finish helps water bead on the pant surface, so with one quick kick, excess moisture goes flying. Nylon isn't known for compromising, and it keeps a fairly stiff upper lip so rocks and branches can't hurt the pant. The Gore-Tex Pro fabric prevents external moisture from ever reaching your skin, or your baselayer if its too cold to ski, um, freely. Side thigh vents let you dump surplus sweat and body heat without having to take your pants all the way off. The e3D design keeps this pant simple and sleek without taking away any of your layering options. Cordura powder cuffs and Keprotec instep guards extend the life of the Stinger by protecting the pant ankles from crampon teeth, boot scuffs, and sharp edges.

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