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Men's Rainier Storm Shell Pants

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Eddie Bauer  

Men's Rainier Storm Shell Pants

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Guide-built for superior performance in the worst weather, these lightweight alpine shell pants pack small for climbing, mountaineering, hiking, and backpacking. WeatherEdge® Pro technology is fully seam sealed and waterproof/breathable to 20K/20K. Extended, 7/8-length side zippers provide maximum venting adjustments.

  • 3-Layer WeatherEdge® Pro Waterproof/Breathable Protection4.4 oz 70D ripstop nylon with tricot backing for comfort
  • Extended 7/8-length Side ZipsMaximum venting and easy on/off
  • YKK® Aquaguard ZipsWater-resistant protection and low bulk
  • CORDURA® reinforced hem and instep panelSuperior durability
FIT

Classic: Our most universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.

  • INTEGRATED BELTAdjustable fit and lightweight
  • Metal grommets at hemUse a cord to secure cuff over boot when climbing in deep snow
  • 100% nylon
  • Average inseam: Reg 32"; Tall 34"
  • Imported
  • Machine wash

WEATHEREDGE® PRO

Extreme Weather Protection Rated To 20K/20K

Provides fully seam-sealed waterproof protection in the worst mountain weather. Exceptionally breathable multilayer barrier provides maximized vapor transport during high-output activities, such as ski mountaineering or alpine climbing.

Ed Viesturs

"These pants are so light and compact I forget that I carry them on every climb. But when the weather hits, I slip them on for protection against wind, rain, sleet, and snow."

— Ed Viesturs

Ed Viesturs