Mountain Hardwear Logan Canyon 3/4 Pant - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Logan Canyon 3/4 Pant - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Logan Canyon 3/4 Pant - Men's
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Logan Canyon 3/4 Pant - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Whether you're putting miles behind you on a backpacking trip or watching an island get bigger through the ferry window, the Mountain Hardwear Logan Canyon 3/4 Pants provide the comfortable coverage you need. Falling just under the knee, they provide slightly more coverage than shorts for chilly plane rides without sweltering you when you land like full-length pants would. The AP Ripstop fabric is lightweight and breathable, yet built to withstand the abrasive nature of your trip. Gusseted construction works with a stretchy material to ensure you can move however you need to, while articulated knees and a harness-friendly design ensure you can take on almost any activity in comfort.

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SKU: MHW01B3
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