Features of the Arcteryx Palisade Short
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Don’t even think about going anywhere without the Arc’teryx Palisade Short. While they are technically only half a pair of pants, they are easily twice as awesome as anything else in your wardrobe. Concocted with materials and abilities that only Arc’teryx could come up with, the Palisade Short brings it all to the table. Enjoy a feast of features that include more than enough durability to take on all sorts of bouldering, climbing, and hiking, and don’t forget being good looking and comfortable enough for lounging during post-adventure time. The breathability installed on these things is through the roof so you stay fresh even after hours of going hard. Are you the friend that everyone is talking about around the campfire because you fell in the river during the trek that day? No worries. Just hang these quick-drying shorts up overnight and they will be ready to go the next day so you can seek your revenge. As you were all probably wondering, yes, laminated zipper pockets and an adjustable integrated belt come standard with each pair. Get your Arc’teryx Palisade Short and give your escapades the boost of excellence they need.
TOP FIVE PROS
- Dries Quickly (2)
- Lightweight (2)
- Durable (1)
- Comfortable (1)
- Breathable (1)
TOP THREE BEST USES
- Hiking and Camping (2)
- Travel (1)
- Outdoor Activities (1)
REVIEWED BY: RADJAHS 2013-02-20
"These are the best pair of shorts I own. I was amazed how well they repell water."
REVIEWED BY: IDAHOJACK 2012-06-22
"Earlier this year I bought a pair of these and another pair of similar shorts by The North Face, I'd have to say these are my favorite. I've taken them on two trips so far this spring and have literally worn them all day through water, dried, then out to dinner later. They've become my "travel shorts.""