Description

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

Superior trail pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I used these pants this last weekend to hike to the top of Half Dome. There is plenty of freedom of movement. Not once did the pance restrict me. Even climbing the cables these were comfortable. They are lighter than other pairs of pants I have that are similar and they are a little cooler. All the pockets zip. This was nice because I wouldn't want to lose anything on the cables. If something fell out it would be gone. I do wish there was a rear pocket but that is just me. The weather wasn't to severe so I wasn't able to see how water resistant they are but the material feels like it would do the job. Can't wait to put these through some weather and climbing. I'm sure they will hold up and do it comfortably.

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.