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You're committed to making vertical mileage on this chilly morning, and the Outdoor Research Pant is committed to keeping you comfortable during the ascent. Built with ultralight, three-layer, waterproof breathable Pertex Shield fabric, the Paladin shrugs off nature's attempts to soak your bones.

  • Trim fit designed to reduce bulk and provide an athletic feel
  • Pertex Shield 3L waterproof breathable fabric is designed to be lightweight and protect you from rugged alpine conditions
  • Fully taped seams and water resistant zippers help to seal out moisture when you get caught in a squall
  • Gusseted crotch and articulated knees allow comfort and freedom of motion when you're hiking or navigating a technical rock face in a harness
  • Reinforced ankle scuff guards add durability for season after season of use
  • Full-length, double-separating side zippers allow venting and temperature regulation when your all-day approach sees multiple weather patterns

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When have the L size??

When have the L size??

I am sorry Claire, we are currently sold out of size Large and I am not seeing a shipment coming in anytime soon. I am sure if you give our customer service a call we can finds something that will perform similar to these pants.

Ruth Expedition 2010

My Graham Zimmerman and I wore the Paladin Pant on Mt. Bradley on a mixed wall call Vitalogy. Enjoy!


High Alpine go-to armor

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This pant was a chosen piece of alpine armor on climbs in the Alaska Range for the last 3 years. My Partner and I wore this pant when climbing on an alpine big wall for a singe 99hr push on Mt. Bradley in 2009. I found it to be a pant that I like to have on the high alpine trips, ones were calculated when choosing gear.

We found when using this alpine shell the reinforced ankle scuff and grommets to keep the boots and socks drier and thus sleeping better at the bivi. The side zippers allow venting and a full-pull while in a harness and crampons essential for quick transitions in applying this full in conditions.

The Paladin Pant is perfect for the big trips, but also recommend them on ascents of Mount Rainier in cold or winter-like conditions. I take Paladin Pant in the pack it the forecast is not favorable in early season Cascades.

High Alpine go-to armor

Paladin Jacket - Outdoor Research

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