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Arc'teryx Rush Pant - Men's

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Rush Pant

The first line down a powder day is like winning the lottery except luck has nothing to do with it. If you aspire for the first chair or setting the skin track at dawn, then you need gear like the Arc'teryx Men's Rush Pant. Gore-Tex Pro 2.0 gives this pant dependable waterproofing when you're getting after it, and it's remarkably light and breathable to keep you going. There are ventilation zippers to dump out unwanted heat when you're racing for the summit. Cordura PowderCuffs and Slide ' Loc jacket attachments make sure you don't feel a snowflake as you receive your reward.
  • Shell pant specialized for the skier in a hurry
  • Gore-Tex Pro 2.0 provides waterproofing and breathability
  • 3-layer construction keeps thin, light, and packable
  • Ventilation zippers at each side for amplified airflow
  • Cordura PowderCuffs and reinforced insteps enhance durability
  • Slide' Loc attachment connects to compatible ski shells from Arc'teryx
  • Item #ARCZ975

Material
[membrane/laminate] GORE-TEX Pro 2.0 (3-layer) [face fabric] N100d [reinforcements] Keprotec™, Cordura
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Pockets
1 zippered thigh
Venting
side
Waist
removable, adjustable belt
Gaiters
PowderCuffs
Claimed Weight
1lb 6oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 1

Rips easily and not covered by warranty

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

After 4 weekends of use, I have two rips in my pants from late-season skiing conditions. I reached out to Arc'tyrx and they were unable to help with a repair or replacement. Instead, they referred me to a 3rd party repair service that requires a form to be printed out, filled in by hand, and then re-scanned just to get a quote. My last pair of ski pants lasted 10 years and cost <$200 without a single rip so I would not recommend these to anyone. Arc'tyrx's lifetime guarantee is not very meaningful since it excludes rips or tears of any kind. Lesson learned - stick to Patagonia if you want gear that lasts!

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Rips easily and not covered by warranty

After 3 weekends of use, I have two rips in my pants from late-season skiing conditions. I reached out to Arc'tyrx and they were unable to help with a repair or replacement. Instead, they referred me to a 3rd party repair service that requires a form to be printed out, filled in by hand, and then re-scanned just to get a quote. My last pair of ski pants lasted 10 years and cost <$200 without a single rip so I would not recommend these to anyone. Arc'tyrx's lifetime guarantee is not very meaningful since it excludes rips or tears of any kind. Lesson learned - stick to Patagonia if you want gear that lasts!

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>Rating:

Rips easily and not covered by warranty

After 3 weekends of use, I have two rips in my pants from late-season skiing conditions. I reached out to Arc'tyrx and they were unable to help with a repair or replacement. Instead, they referred me to a 3rd party repair service that requires a form to be printed out, filled in by hand, and then re-scanned just to get a quote. My last pair of ski pants lasted 10 years and cost <$200 without a single rip so I would not recommend these to anyone. Arc'tyrx's lifetime guarantee is not very meaningful since it excludes rips or tears of any kind. Lesson learned - stick to Patagonia if you want gear that lasts!

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Any idea what weight long Johns to wear under these for say 15-20 degrees resort skiing?

That depends more on how well you are insulating your core and other weather aspects. In 15-20 deg and full sun I consider ditching my puffy and would wear a thicker base under these. 15-20 with clouds and wind then I’m hiding in my puffy and don’t need as much thickness in my base layers. I’m 6’1” 175. When in doubt layer up and wear a backpack to store what you don’t need while you don’t need it.