Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant - Women's

Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant - Women's
Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant - Women's
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Beta SL Pant - Women's by Arc'teryx
The lightweight and highly packable Arc'teryx Beta SL Pant is easy to bring along on all of your alpine adventures in case you encounter unexpected, sudden storms. A Gore-Tex Paclite membrane keeps the weight down while offering waterproof protection against the rainiest days, and it stays breathable for every hiker who craves some air despite the weather. Its nylon ripstop face fabric is durable to withstand abuse and to increase its durability even more, Gore-Tex added higher denier reinforcements in the instep for added protection on burly ascents. Full-length side zippers and a low profile external waist adjustment make it easy to slip the pants on in a pinch while the bottom hem lace hooks accommodate your hiking boots or low profile alpine boots to keep you protected from those unexpected elements.

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SKU: ARC00W0
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