It's common consensus that the forecast is often wrong, so it's a good idea to bring the Marmot PreCip Eco Pants along for a little insurance in case those blue skies turn gray. These lightweight rain pants weigh in at just under half a pound, so you'll hardly notice them in your pack if you bring them along on your day hike or backpacking trip. When it's time to pull the pants on or off, open up the side ankle zippers and easily slide the pants over your hiking boots, or open up the ankle zippers when you need a little extra ventilation. The fabric is built with a highly breathable membrane, one that will keep you dry in a storm, but also naturally vents so you can keep moving at the same pace. If you run into dense, scratchy brush that's closing in on the trail, the pants' rugged nylon ripstop fabric is up for the challenge: it's made to resist wear-and-tear so it'll get you back to camp unscathed, and keep you going through many a wet excursion.
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