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Paramount II Convertible Pants - Women's
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The North Face Paramount II Convertible Pants for women are constructed with a dexterous blend of nylon and elastane fabrics to keep you comfortable and on the move from trail head to destination. Designed with zip-off legs, the women's Paramount II Convertible Pants are versatile, rain or shine, you'll never be let down.
TOP FIVE PROS
- Packable (2)
- Lightweight (2)
- Durable (2)
- Dries Quickly (2)
- Breathable (2)
TOP FOUR BEST USES
- Outdoor Activities (2)
- Hiking and Camping (2)
- Travel (1)
- Casual Wear (1)
QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: rachel 2/24/2016
"What is the inseam on this pant?"
USOUTDOOR.com responded on 2/24/2016
Great hiking pants
REVIEWED BY: KATHIE B 2015-12-12
"It was very hard to find pants where the zip off is at the right spot for me to make them shorts. These are perfect!"
Too short for me
REVIEWED BY: LOGLOVER 2015-12-06
"The staff at US Outdoor were very helpful, so I give them 5 stars. These pants didn't work for me. They were too short for me, even though they seemed like they would fit when I ordered. I was also disappointed by the flat pockets with snaps, which I hoped would be roomier cargo pockets. I have seen a men's model from North Face, and these had real cargo pockets with Velcro closures. I'm sorry to see the features in women's outdoor clothing still often lag behind men's. I used to buy men's stuff to get around this, but really like having clothes that fit my body. Why would women want fewer features? This certainly isn't US Outdoors' fault, but perhaps you could pass on the message? Thanks!"