Stay one step ahead of the weather with the Patagonia Women's Torrentshell Pants. From humid hikes in tropical regions to soggy treks in the Pacific Northwest, the Torrentshell Pants offer lightweight and breathable protection from the elements wherever your journey takes you. The H2No shell repels rain without making your legs feel like they're in a sweat lodge, and it's durable to withstand rips and snags. Adjustable leg openings and an elastic waistband make it easy to slide these pants on over your boots mid-hike, and zippered hand pockets hold small essentials. Plus, they pack up into their own pocket so you can easily stash them in your pack when the skies clear.
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