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When you're on an iceflow or post-holing up to the summit, the last thing you want to be distracted by is sweaty or soggy legs under your pants. The North Face Men's Point Five Pant uses 3L Gore-Tex Pro Shell to make sure your mind stays on the task at hand.

  • Waterproof breathable three-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell keeps the wet out without causing a sweat-in inside the pant
  • Removable, fully adjustable suspenders and a belted, adjustable waist system for the right fit every time
  • Full-length, two-way side zips for temperature regulation and easy on-and-off
  • Performance fit means you can move easily without excess bulk
  • Elastic gaiters with snap closures to keep out the snow
  • Keprotec ankle kick-patches stand up to your crampons
  • The North Face snagged this pant from its global line and brought it into the folds of the Summit Series for all your mountain pursuits
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Sturdy pant

    Had these pants for one season so far and they are amazing! Used them for everything from ice climbing to snowboarding and alpine climbing. They are very durable, comfortable, and obviously water/wind proof. My only small complaint is the suspenders...they work, but just feel awkward to wear. But like I said, just a small complaint. One thing I particularly liked is the fact that they fit over my snowboarding boots even when zipped all the way down. This is perfect for backcountry boarding because nobody wants to hike in actual snowboarding pants...comfy but just too baggy. Anyways, great pants, get 'em!!

    How is the sizing on these pants? I have...

    How is the sizing on these pants? I have read that the similar TNF Mountain Pant is sized rather small and most people have had to size up. I am 6'2" and 210lbs with a 34"-36" waist. I was originally thinking a large would be sufficient however I am now unclear. Also this shell would be used overtop other layers making me think an XL might be better suited?