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Outdoor Research - Allout Pants - Touring pants

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Suitable for:
Softshell pants
100% polyester
Sealed seams:
Preformed knees
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Product description

Outdoor Research designed the Men's Allout Pant for fast pursuits in the alpine, whether you're climbing, skiing, or running. Its three-layer Ventia softshell fabric stretches for mobility and offers high levels of breathability for comfort. Fully taped seams ensure waterproofing if you run into any wet weather. The Allout's trim fit includes articulated knees so you can move freely, and side vents keep you cool when you start to sweat. The elastic waist has a drawcord for a secure fit, and ankle zippers offer easy on-and-off.

  • Three-layer Ventia softshell
  • Fully taped seams
  • Trim fit
  • Side vents
  • Elastic waist with drawcord
  • Ankle zippers
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Wollte eine Softshellhose für den Herbst und habe eher eine Hardshellhose erhalten. Die Hose ist hauchdünn, das Material ist wind- und wasserdicht, der Schnitt ist eher eng, es sind lange Belüftungsschlitze vorhanden. Die Hose hat keinen Hosenschlitz und schließt mit einem Gummizug ab. Der Gummizug ist eher eng; der fehlende Hosenschlitz bedingt, dass man beim Wasserlassen die ganze Hose runterschieben muss. Beim Berggehen ist die Hose eher schwitzig, die Belüftungen helfen. Solange man sich bewegt, ist die Hose für den Herbst im Hochgebirge ausreichend. Im Stillstand wird's kalt. Das Tragegefühl auf der Haut ist ansonsten angenehm.

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