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Men's Guide Pro Alpine Pants

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Men's Guide Pro Alpine Pants


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Live Your Adventure®


Guide-built soft shell pants for alpine climbing, mountaineering, and hiking. Rugged Flexion stretch fabric of nylon/spandex is highly weather-resistant and breathable. Multiple secure zip pockets provide ample storage. Articulated knees and gusseted crotch allow for full range of motion.

  • 6.1-oz 90D Flexion Soft Shell FabricSuperior flexibility, durability, and breathability
  • StormRepel® DWR FinishSheds moisture so it doesn't soak in
  • Secure Zip Thigh PocketsDiscreet bellows construction for low-profile storage
  • Secure Zip Hand PocketsEasy access to essentials

Active: Our most athletic fit. Close to the body without restricting mobility.

NOTE: This style was previously called the Austera Pants.

  • Gusseted Zip CuffsFit over a wide range of boot styles
  • Metal Cuff Grommets and Lace HooksSecure cuffs to keep out snow and debris
  • 92% nylon/8% spandex
  • Average inseam: Reg 32"; Tall 34"
  • Imported
  • Machine wash


Every product we sell carries a lifetime warranty. If you are unhappy with it for any reason, you may return it for an exchange or refund.

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Returning. I have to agree with other comments on the S/M/L size offerings by EB. If I can order a 34 or better still a 35 waist in any pants or shorts I'm good. I haven't worn a Medium anything in decades. I ordered Large of course. These sit below the natural waists. For me that means they rest just above my hip bones, fine. Without a belt however, in three steps these pants drop to my knees. IMO these Large are beginning at a 36" waist, without taking into account the stretchy fabric .(Large equal 36-38 IMO) From what at least one other reviewer suggests about sizing, I don't dare exchange for a Medium, (thought to be 32-33). What are the 34-35 size guy to do? Lastly, that low-rise does mean a short zipper, and as others have noted, us old guys will likely have to undo our pants to take a leak.




Great built&material, not fitting large in W, short in L


Just received these pants. they look gorgeous, the build is solid, I liked them the second I touched them. The the disappointment: I usually wear L or 34/34 and I ordered these ones in L size.- They are very large on waist (the equivalent of at least W38)- they are extremely small on length (the equivalent of L30)I mean it seems that "L" size is made for extremely oversized short men.




Good quality


Good quality pant good looking pant, fits well, would buy a second pair




Light Weight Winter Pants


Great looking light weight slim winter pants. I'm 5' 7" 155 lbs and the medium fits me well. The length was a little long for my short legs but my wife figured how to hem it without touching the zippers at the bottom. Bought and returned some serious snow pants because they were too warm for where I'm going. Because the material feels so good (little heavier than my other travel pants), slim but not skinny and stretchy for comfort- I bought a second pair. Can,t wait to put them to the test in a couple of months.

Eddie Bauer Fan



Men's Guide Pro Alpine Pants