BC DuraWeave Alpine Pants
- First Ascent
- StormRepel Super DWR
Ultimate breathability, durability, and enhanced weather protection, even in the worst conditions. Super-rugged, DuraWeave fabric with CORDURA® nylon is seamlessly integrated into high-abrasion areas. 3-layer WeatherEdge® Flux technology, featuring an eVent® membrane and seam-sealed construction, provides complete waterproof protection and superior breathability. Built and tested with our world-class team of alpine guides. The toughest alpine shell pants we've ever made.
Models shown are 6'0" to 6'2" tall, wearing size M/32x32.
- StormRepel® Super DWR: Longest-lasting moisture-shedding finish
- Comfortable Waist Design: Integrated removable belt, partial elastic back for no-gap fit over any layers
- Extended Side Zippers: 7/8-length reaches almost to waist for maximum venting and easy on/off
- Single Thigh Pocket: Positioned to the side for comfort while kicking steps
- Reinforced Hem and Instep: CORDURA® fabric protects against abrasion
- Metal Hem Grommets: Use a cord to secure cuff over boot while boot packing in deep snow
- Average inseam: Reg 32"
- Classic; A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.
- 100% nylon
Wear it With
You May Also Like
- Women's Favorite Short-Sleeve V-Neck T-ShirtRegular Price$25.00-$28.00Sale Price$19.99 - $21.99
- Men's Legend Wash Pro Short-Sleeve T-Shirt - ClassicRegular Price$25.00-$31.00Sale Price$21.99
- Women's Favorite Short-Sleeve Crewneck T-ShirtRegular Price$25.00-$28.00Sale Price$19.99 - $21.99
- Women's Favorite Long-Sleeve Crewneck T-ShirtRegular Price$30.00-$35.00Sale Price$12.99 - $24.99
- Women's Guide Pro PantsRegular Price$80.00-$90.00Sale Price$60.00 - $67.50
- Men's IgniteLite Stretch Reversible Hooded JacketRegular Price$229.00-$249.00Sale Price$171.75 - $186.75
- Men's EverTherm® 2.0 Down Hooded JacketRegular Price$299.00-$329.00Sale Price$224.25 - $246.75
- Men's EverTherm® Downdraft Hooded JacketRegular Price$299.00-$329.00Sale Price$224.25 - $246.75
- Men's MicroTherm® FreeFuse™ Stretch Down Hooded JacketRegular Price$279.00Sale Price$209.25
- Women's MicroTherm® 2.0 Down Hooded JacketRegular Price$249.00-$269.00Sale Price$186.75 - $219.99
- Yes, I recommend this productEBLGender MaleHeight 6'2"Type RegularActivityClimbingProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeSuit of armor in the mountainsApr 4, 2018
I initially ordered these in large, but exchanged for medium. I'm 6'2", 190, 33" waist. Size medium is roomy enough for both a base layer and the EB guide pants underneath without feeling snug. Ive also used these with a heavy fleece pant as a stand alone insulating layer. These fit great and feel bomb proof. These pants won't leave on wondering if you brought enough protection from the elements. Other pants I've used get pretty thrashed along the hem due to crampons, rock, etc. Pricey, but these are ready to take a beating.
- PhilGender MaleHeight 5'8"Type RegularActivityClimbingPros QualityCons Not VersatileWaiting for the 2.0Apr 2, 2021
These pants would be perfect hardshells for mountaineering if the pants had a full side zip. When it starts nuking and you need to put these on while standing on a ledge, no one wants to take crampons off or try to gingerly put these on with a 7/8 side zip while avoiding punching a hole in them with something sharp. Like several products from EB, some design flaws make it in but feedback is integrated into a 2.0 version (eg. no fly in the trail cool boxer brief, no hood adjustment in the evertherm jacket). EB should be listening more to their climbing guides, there is no way a guide would sign off on a 7/8 side zip climbing pant. If I showed up on a climb with these pants, they would send me to the rental shop for a new pair.
- Yes, I recommend this productDustinGender MaleHeight 5'10"Type RegularActivityClimbingPros Protection, WaterproofCons NoisyFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeBomb-proof mountaineering pants!Feb 13, 2020
Bomb-proof mountaineering pants, very durable and waterproof. However, maybe I have gotten used to stretch-fabrics in most of my hiking/mountaineering gear, these feel a little cumbersome. If you're going to tackle a winter ascent of Rainier or Denali when it is awful conditions, these are your pants. For almost every other application, I felt that these were a little stiff, noisy, and mildly restrictive. Also, I was hoping that these could double as a backcountry ski pant, but I don't want to use external gaiters and the mobility restriction would probably frustrate me on the ascent. Again, great pants for when your life depends on staying dry... but most people will probably be okay with something more comfortable.