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Built to take it.

Full shell pants can overheat you when you're involved in serious aerobic activity, light backcountry touring. A breathable stretch softshell pant like The North Face Meteor Softshell Pant lets your skin breathe to regulate its temperature naturally and lets water vapor escape to a void feeling clammy and cold. The Meteor also has abrasion-resistant panels in the butt, knees, and inner ankles for years of loving backcountry abuse.

  • Super-breathable stretch softshell material allows sweat vapor to escape your skin stays dry and comfortable
  • Soft bonded lining for next-to-skin comfort
  • Athletic fit allows layering under or over
  • Super-low-profile, harness-friendly waistband with belt loops for a custom fit
  • Abrasion-resistant knee, butt, and inner ankle panels for increased durability where you need it
  • Zippered thigh and back pockets for security

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5 5

Nice full stretch

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

Got these for fall/spring hiking. Wore them last weekend for a cool/damp early morning start on Mt. Yale. Great flex and feel really good on. For me they are sized exact. I wear a 32 waist in jeans and these fit exact to those.

Nice full stretch
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nice pic...what's your height/weight?

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Do they keep you warm? What temperature would you rate this pants for?

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I used them in 10 degree weather so far this year with a HH Warm base layer. I'd put that at the low end. Anything around 0 degrees I would go with a gortex shell pant.