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Take care of your legs.

The Arc'Teryx Gamma SL Hybrid Pant uses a combination of fabrics to protect you from moisture and abrasion while allowing your body to regulate its own temperature and stay dry.
  • Fortius 1.0 on the knees, seat, and front of the lower legs for moisture protection, and durability
  • TerraTex breathable fabric on the front of the pants and the backs of the lower legs moves moisture away from the body
  • Zippered front hand pockets keep your valuables safe
  • Seamless instep reduces snags
  • Gusseted crotch for added durability and unlimited range of motion

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5 5

Seriously, these are amazing pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I used to hike 4 seasons in Gamma LTs, which were a bit hot for summer Sierra temps (80 - 90F), so I've spent the past year trying several of Arc's light models. Ramparts: comfortable, true to size, baggy, no pocket zips. Palisades: run small, odd pocket placement. Perimeters: skinny jeans at the top and bellbottoms at the bottom, useless pockets.

I finally tried the Gamma SL Hybrids when the Iron Anvil colorway was released, as it's the first version that hasn't looked preposterous. Man, am I glad I did. Zippable pockets. Breathable. Quick-drying. Protection where you need it. Awesome built-in gaiter hooks. Comfortable at high exertion in mid-80s temps. I think these may have stolen the crown from the LTs as the best all-around 3-season hiking pants Arc makes.

5 5

Amazing versatile paints!

First off Backcountry's "perfect fit " feature is spot on! I have never purchased a pair of pants that actually fit proper. That is until now.
These pants a fabulous. They are the most comfortable pant I have ever put my azz into ever! They stretch where they need to stretch and are practically bullet proof for a pair of such light weight paints. add a pair of ice breaker underwear, and if your like me...you will never want to ware any type of pants ever again in the warmer months.From climbing a rock face to a night in town prospecting ;) these babies preform lol if you have a slim/athletic build...dont hesitate

5 5

Great "Light" pants

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like these better than the Rampart which I love. Good zippers, light, and easy to move around in...

5 5

made for Ireland

great pants---just wore them in Ireland---very comfortable easy to wash---wish they had back pocket and not so expensive but other than that---they are great for travel---

5 5

Don't leave your rain pant at home

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really liked these pants at first. They were very comfortable to hike in and I experienced no leakage when sitting on wet rocks or in drizzle. However, this morning I went out hiking in a moderate rain. The temperature was 40 deg.F and there was a 2 to 4 mph wind blowing. After 1-hour, the right pant leg - just below the top of the stretchy lower section - started to leak cold rain water down my leg. The rest of the garment remained dry.
These pants are not sufficiently water resistant for use in even a moderate rain.