Patagonia Performance Regular Fit Pant - Men's

Patagonia Performance Regular Fit Pant - Men's
Patagonia Performance Regular Fit Pant - Men's
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Performance Regular Fit Pant - Men's by Patagonia
There's no disputing the fact that a red flannel shirt and pair of blue jeans is the most outdoorsy combo you could wear--just ask Paul Bunyan--but let's be honest, stiff denim isn't the most comfortable thing to wear to the crag or on the trail. The good news is that the Patagonia Men's Performance Regular Fit Denim Pants have that old-school lumberjack look with all the modern bells and whistles you need to stay comfortable in the great outdoors.A regular chip off the old block, these denim pants have the same fit and feel of Patagonia's Regular Fit Denim Pants--regular rise waist, slightly relaxed through the thighs and seat, and straight through the legs--but with a mechanical stretch denim, Coolmax polyester, and DWR finish to repel light rain and the occasional stain. And if you do find yourself in town, their classic five-pocket layout and unsuspecting looks will let you blend in with the rest of the city folk; although, you may want to ditch that big blue ox that's been following you around.

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SKU: PAT01U9
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