Men's Eco-Mesh Pant with Insect Shield
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Men's Eco-Mesh Pant with Insect Shield

Item #NEMP08IS
  • Quick Drying
  • Lightweight
  • Insect Shield
  • Sun Protection
  • Maximum Ventilation
  • Wind Protection

Go with the flow. These lightweight quick drying nylon pants offers ventilation, sun & bug protection and versatility. NOW AVAILABLE IN 30" INSEAMS.

Was: $86.00   Now: $75.00
Weight: 10.0 oz
  • UPF 30+ sun protection
  • 2 ply 3oz Duralite Nylon with Insect Shield
  • Side mesh zipper Vents with 2-way zipper
  • Mesh front pockets
  • Zippered back pocket
  • Side zippered security pocket behind right pocket
  • Removable belt
  • NEW hemmable cuffs
  • Elasticized side panels for easy fit

Are you really interested in long pants for the desert, jungle, or backcountry that are superlight, tough, and airy? With the Eco-Mesh Pants, you now have amazing temperatureregulating features. Constructed out of two-ply, 3-oz. Duralite nylon fabric, the tricked-out elements are 27-inch side zippers concealed behind vertical bands, which provide air flow to that one troubling hot spot encountered by most hikers: the crotch. Behind the tucked-away zippers are soft-mesh panels whose duty is to funnel air in and around your nether regions. With the zippers closed, the abrasion- resistant Eco-Mesh Pants resemble a traditional pair of khakis. Because the fabric is now treated with Insect Shield® technology, you have protection against mosquitoes, biting flies, and ticks. The fit is enhanced by elastic side panels at the waist, and sports two on-seam front pockets, 2 zippered back pockets. Super packable, with a 15-minute maximum drying time. Includes a new side-zippered security pocket.

Men's Eco-Mesh Pant with Insect Shield REVIEWS

4.9 out of 5 Stars (12 reviews)

I just returned from guiding a week-long backpacking trip to Isle Royale National Park. I ordered these pants and the Equator HT shirt with insect shield as I had been informed that the mosquitoes...
Bruce C.ColumbiaSouth Carolina

Just got back from hiking in Zion Nation Park. We did long hikes in 94 deg F early July weather. I was the only one that I saw in long pants and I was extremely cool and comfortable. They fit me loose...
andrew k.fortsonGeorgia

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