Arc'teryx Palisade Pant
Description: Arc'teryx Palisade Pant
The redesigned Palisade Pant from Arc'teryx offers a variety of updated features that refines its comfort level as well as mobility to meet the demands of this day and age. In doing just that, the Palisade Pant is constructed with Arc'teryx's patented TerraTex fabric composed of 94 percent nylon and 6 percent spandex material that breaths and stretches to your movements while boasting a lightweight quick-dry capability to keep things comfortably uninhibited. More so, the Palisade Pant from Arc'teryx comes reconfigured with two additional thigh pockets, giving you the extra space needed to keep all the little as well as larger things in check on your journey.
Features of the Arc'teryx Palisade Pant
Arc'teryx Palisade Pant Colors Available:
BLACK, ODHRAN, BLUE SMOKE
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TOP FIVE PROS
- Breathable (5)
- Lightweight (5)
- Good Design (5)
- Dries Quickly (4)
- Packable (2)
TOP FOUR BEST USES
- Hiking and Camping (5)
- Outdoor Activities (4)
- Travel (2)
- Casual Wear (2)
Quality three-season pant
REVIEWED BY: LINDEN44 2016-02-11
"I just received this pant last week, so I haven't yet had the chance to wear it while outdoors (I live in Michigan). However, I do have several impressions after trying it on. I'm 6-1, 165 lbs and normally wear a 33x34 or 34x34 pant size depending on the brand, and the 34x35 size in the Palisade fits perfectly. The built-in belt is very low-profile and seems to hold well. I have a Columbia softshell pant with a built-in belt that loosens frequently on the trail, but with the Palisade I don't forsee that to be an issue at all. Having a very slim figure, I greatly prefer slim-fitting pants to wear while hiking and backpacking. The Palisade pants have a nice, trim cut that leaves enough room for high-stepping and other types of movement but doesn't have excess fabric that results in the billowy look of some other hiking pants. The fabric is quite thin but still feels as though it should be durable enough to withstand the rigors of the outdoors for years. I anticipate the temperature range of the pant without any baselayer to be from 45 F to 75 F. Since I haven't had the chance to use the pant outdoors yet, I can't comment on breathability. The two zippered thigh pockets will be handy for storing maps and other items, although the width of the opening is just a tad on the small side. The two hand pockets are not zippered (bummer), but at least the depth is quite appreciable. Overall, my first impression is that this pant fits very well and will be a great spring through fall pant in my neck of the woods (Michigan and Northern Ontario). "
REVIEWED BY: JOE R 2014-08-26
"I have a number of Arcteryx items so I wanted to give these pants a shot as I need cargos. Wow, the fit, look, feel and location of side/front pockets are excellent. The front pockets are deep, and the side cargo pockets are closed via a zipper. Nice to have to make sure you do not lose anything, like car keys when out in the boonies. These pants were on sale, and I scored BIG time. I purchased the 32X35 and I wear 32X32. Even tough the hem is taped, no big deal to have them altered. One can't tell, but that part will not be covered by the warranty. Other than that, I scored, you missed out!"
The best summer pants
REVIEWED BY: ANDY 2012-09-29
"This is my second purchase, this is for my father to buy.
The gusseted crotch, integrated belt, lightly fleeced waistband, lightweight stretch material, and great cut make the Palisade incredibly comfortable. You can pretty much put them on and forget theyre there (in a good way).The zip pockets let me hop on a bike without losing anything, but still lay comfortably parallel with my thighs.I recommend these Arcteryx pants for nearly almost any purpose, unless you need serious weather or physical protection. In that case find something thicker.I had no problems with sizing; I just checked myself against the sizing chart linked near the product price on this page."
REVIEWED BY: ANONYMOUS 2012-09-22
"It is very dry,very comfortable."
REVIEWED BY: ANDY 2012-09-13
"Great pants-hiked the Inca trail to Machu Picchu in them for for days--they keep you cool and dry really fast--just enough stretch and well placed pockets. They are expensive, but worth it when you have a multiday hike and want to travel light. "
The best choice for summer travel
REVIEWED BY: ANDY 2012-06-13
"Picked up these Arc'teryx Palisade pants right before a hiking/climbing trip to Utah... they not only look and fit great, but more importantly they performed really well! In temperature swings from 50 degrees to 30's at the top they were comfortable, repelled the high winds on the summit and held up to some tough slides and scrapes while summiting...they were breathable enough to deal with a trail run down the mountain without getting sweaty... I would definitely recommend these!"