Nilgiri Pant - Men's

Nilgiri Pant - Men's

Item# SM642
(nil•guh•ree)
Nilgiri is a range of three peaks in the Annapurna massif in Nepal composed of Nilgiri North (7061 m), Nilgiri Central (6940 m) and Nilgiri South (6839 m).
The perfect softshell pant for cold conditions. Stretchy and quiet, our Nilgiris keep you feeling warm, dry and comfortable – even as you work up a sweat. Made of a 3-layer softshell laminate and lined with a light, soft fleece, they provide breathable, durable, wind and water repellant shelter for your legs.

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The perfect softshell pant for cold conditions. Stretchy and quiet, our Nilgiris keep you feeling warm, dry and comfortable – even as you work up a sweat. Made of a 3-layer softshell laminate and lined with a light, soft fleece, they provide breathable, durable, wind and water repellant shelter for your legs.

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5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
(5/5)
Jack from DC on Jan 30, 2017
Bought these pants up in the Adirondacks last year and love them. They are my go to soft shell pant now. They fit great and with the heavier lining, I can wear a lighter bottom base layer. The zips down the sides let you ventilate nicely on the approaches. Talked my climbing partner into buying them as well and he's a convert. He bought up the last pair. Can't wait to get another pair. When will they be available. Buy a pair when you can, you won't be disappointed.
(5/5)
Ryan from USA on Jan 23, 2017
I have used these pants a few times on cold weather hikes and love them. The material is fairly stretchy for the weight and I really like the high waist with built-in belt. The side vents are fantastic for high exertion activity, particularly in stop-and-go situations, as you can open them up while moving for maximum breathability yet close them during stops to preserve heat. I run very hot and sweat a lot during hikes, especially when carrying weight, so the vents are perfect for me. I used them on a rainy day, and while the face fabric around the shins seemed to wet out a bit, no water penetrated to the inside. I am planning to take these with me to Mount Rainier this Spring.