The toughest pair of pants on the planet are reborn and ready for wilderness action.
Now available in 30" lengths and TALL sizes in Khaki, Slate and Sage!
Was: $99.00Now: $89.10
Weight: 16.0 oz
Voted Best of the Best 2010 - Field and Stream
NEW! 30" inseams available
2ply 3oz nylon shell
Reinforced at seat, knees and inside ankle
Fully gusseted crotch
Side zippered security pocket
2 side zippered cargo pockets
2 zippered back pockets
Great cuff closure system
Because your wilderness DNA is calibrated to an action-oriented pitch, RailRiders is constantly seeking to make life more enjoyable for those of you who like to trek through steamy jungle swamps, traverse glacier fields, or wonder why the bus hasn't arrived at the Moroccan oasis in two days. In the wild, you want to have the toughest pants in the world as your companion, reliable, durable, and low-maintenance. With the redesigned X-Treme Adventure Pants which now offer a better and more roomy fit, you have found the ultimate adventure travel buddy. The X-Treme's fabric chassis remains the same sturdy and dependable Weatherpants--lightweight, tough, quick-drying nylon fabric, with rugged, super abrasion-resistant fabric on the butt and knees and inside cuff. Here's further new refinements: Full inseam gusseted crotch, 1 3/4 inch waistband with removable belt; two welted zippered back pockets; two side zippered cargo pockets on each outer leg; much deeper front pockets with reinforced pocket trim; right side hip vertical security pocket behind front pocket. The only thing not extreme about these wilderness pants, is their affordable price; repeated washings over the years will convince you that it's money well spent since the X-Tremes refuse to live a quiet life indoors. Nor do they ever wear out.
I've owned a couple pair of X-Treme Adventure pants for several years now. I've worn them on mountaineering expeditions in the Andes and on jeep trips in the Sahara Desert as well as on numerous... John G.CatlettVirginia
I have 4 pairs of extreme weather pants - and about that many adventure tops. my son - by cinching them up all the way and using the belt - was able to wear my smallest oldest pair of Xtremes... J. Northrop