Hiking and climbing in hot summer weather is more comfortable in the Arc'teryx Creston Pant. Its highly air permeable fabric keeps you cool on strenuous ascents or during long miles on backpacking trips while its durable weave holds up to the rigors and abrasions of the trail and the rock wall. To keep you mobile for scrambles to the summit or for high steps on difficult boulder problems, Arc'teryx constructed the Creston with articulated knees and a stretch gusset.
- Lightweight and versatile pant for climbing and hiking in hot temps
- Highly air permeable fabric offers cool comfort on steep ascents
- Durable fabric holds up to the rigors of the trail and the wall
- Articulated knees and stretch gusset provide freedom of movement
- 5 pocket design allows ample storage for all your daily necessities
- Low-profile waist features belt loops enables a customizable fit
- Arc'teryx designs innovative, lasting products for outdoor pursuits
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- Q & A
Burly Town to Trail
- Size Bought: 34/Tall
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 175lbs
These pants rock! (pun intended) I use them primarily as a daily piece and for climbing outside. The fit and material look like they fit in at the bar without having an overly "outdoorsy" look but are still burly and lightly stretchy enough to climb with. The material is also relatively soft next to skin and they breathe pretty well too. The side stache pocket is also really nice for storing a phone or a snack while on the wall.I am a pretty slender build and don't have overly large quads or calves so the leg of the pants fit me really well. I'm also between a 32-34 in the waist and I wear the 34 in these and they fit like a dream. I constantly find myself digging these out of the laundry to wear again and again.
Great Pants But Very Small
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Size 36
- Height: 6'3"
- Weight: 225lbs
Bought these pants for Summer hiking. They are light, have a nice comfortable feel and seem to breathe well. Only complaint is how absurdly small they are. Arc'Teryx stuff seems to run very small for pants, shorts, etc in my experience. I am a Size 34 for most pants so I went with a Size 36 with these and they are still extremely snug. I mean a 34 waist is a 34 waist isn't it? I've had similar problems with shorts and other pant models from Arc'Teryx. Great stuff but you have to take care on the sizing.
I wear a 36 inseam in most brands, sometimes a 38 depending on the brand. Any chance the 35 inch 'long' will fit? (And who makes a thirtyFIVE inch inseam? Seriously? Go to 36, Arc'Teryx.)
Or is there enough at the hem to let out another inch?
Due to the fit and style that Arc'teryx makes there product in, the 35 best suits the performance and aesthetic of the pant. You are more than welcome to try it and if it doesn't meet your length expectations you can return it for free by reaching out to our customer inbound line. I wouldn't recommend letting out another inch at the hem, you are more than welcome to though, please don't hesitate if you have more questions. I am more than happy to assist!
Hi, my waist is 29in, hip is 36in, which size i can choose ?
Hi Elina! You'll want to go with the extra small