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A pant that evolves with your outdoor addiction.

Wear The North Face Men's Paramount Peak II Convertible Pant for chilly climbing sessions in the shoulder seasons, then zip off the legs for hiking trips in the summertime. The North Face built the versatile Parmount Peak out of a faille woven nylon with a DWR coating that resists water and dries quickly. Its relaxed fit provides maximum mobility. This convertible pant also features an elasticized waistband with a removable buckle belt, two hook-and-loop cargo pockets, and one separate pocket that secures your cell phone.

  • Nylon faille woven pants with DWR coating
  • Relaxed fit
  • Zip-off legs
  • Elasticized waistband with removable buckle belt
  • Cell phone and two cargo pockets
  • UPF 50

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5 5

Nice comfortable pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These pants fit perfectly around the waist but were a little long in length. Im 5'9 and got them in regular length. No big deal for me though. Love the variety of different pockets and how the belt is a slide lock so you dont have to undo the whole belt. Just snap it and adjust how tight you want it. The zip offs work nicely and are quick and easy to do with or without boots on.

5 5

The best Pants I haven't broken

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I haven't worn these pants once or twice. I have worn them almost daily, for 8 months. They refuse to fail, in every way.

The DWR coating has long since worn off from weeks on the trail and numerous river crossings. The Nylon is stained and frayed from oil changes and grovelling spring vedawoo climbs. The UPF 50 no longer UPF's because of two weeks spent above 17,--- feet in the middle of Monsoon season. But god do these things know how to work!!

Top Fav Features:
Great belt that is easy to use, with strechy inner belt just in case you forget to fasten it.

Thigh pocket, a lifesaver. Easily stash your wallet, phone, granola bar, poodle into this pocket and velcro it shut. Easy to get to, but bomber to use. Its even pick-pocket proof for when your in some sketchy city areas with thieving 5 year olds!

Comfy, comfy comfy. I wear these things before I do my blue jeans. Wear it with a 30 lb pack - no problem. Wear it with a climbing harness - no problem. Wear it in winter - get a base layer and your good to about 10 degrees f.
Me - 6'1 Normally 30 - 34. 30 - long fit perfect.
Life - proof.

The best Pants I haven't broken
5 5

Did the job nicely

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I took these on a few intense hikes and they worked admirably. The legs come of and come back on with no problems. The fit worked well.

4 5

good pants

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

sizing seems right, already used them twice, and think next time even though they come with a belt strap, I will use a belt in the supplied belt loops instead. Very happy with my purchase and would rec them to others

4 5

Sizing has changed or QA bad

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

I just ordered a pair of medium/long to replace my previous pair of the Paramount Peak II pants that finally fell apart. The current model has a different belt buckle, not sure how I like it yet. The front snap is improved, and will actually stay closed if you unzip the zipper. However, either my pants are mislabeled (bad QA), or the sizing has changed. These pants are 3 1/4 inches bigger in the waist than my previous pair of pants (37.25 inches versus 34 inches).
Update: I returned the pants and got another pair of Medium/Long, these fit MUCH better. I am not sure if the other pants are mislabeled Larges, or if the waist is just stretched out (it isn't bunched up as much in the back). Thanks to Customer Service (Myles, Backcountry Gearhead)

5 5

Great pants

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These are durable, comfy and the zip off feature makes them amazing when dropping down into a hot valley or just hiking in varaible weather. They also have real belt loops so if you need to wear a knife/weapon you can throw a HD belt on. I have a 34" inseam and the regular fits fine...the long would be too much I think.

5 5

Large / Long fits just right

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

I'm a bit over 6'5" and 210lbs. The Large / Long fits just right so I don't have slack on the bottom of my pants hitting the ground. Without shoes on, the bottom back edge of the pants by my heel are about 1/2" from the ground. The full cut is nice and roomy without being baggy/sloppy. I dig 'em.

5 5

Great pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These pants are very nice. I wanted to get something for hiking/kayaking and the zip off legs work good to adjust to the changing temps. They are very comfortable and love how water beads right off them. I am about 5'11" and typically wear a 30" inseam but I got the regular length and they are a little long, so make sure to check out the sizing chart.