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Arc'teryx Procline FL Pants
The Arc’teryx Procline FL Pants deliver high-performance thermal management, freedom of movement, and all the snow protection needed during high-output mountaineering. The Arc’teryx Procline Pants use heavy-duty Keprotec™ patches to protect against rips and tears from your crampons, along with a PowderCuff™ elasticised hem that secures the boot to the pant, preventing snow from entering. With a composite of durable, stretchy, and breathable fabrics, as well as an integrated waist belt and harness-compatible suspenders, these pants are designed to allow for maximum comfort during high levels of climbing exertion.
|WEIGHT||660 g / 1 lb 7.3 oz|
|MATERIALS||Gusset: Fortius 1.0™ (84% nylon, 16% elastane, 160 g/m²). Main body: Burly™ double weave|
|FIT||Trim fit, Straight leg|
|POCKETS||Two hand pockets with zippers / One large volume cargo pocket with flap|
Count on this crampon protection; the Keprotec™ instep patches provide superior protection against damage by boots, crampons, and ski edges, increasing the lifetime of your pants.
An integrated elasticized cuff that fits over boots and prevents snow from entering from the bottom of the pant.
Used in the gusset for extra breathability, Fortius 1.0 is a four-way stretch-woven nylon/elastane that fabric offers air permeable, single layer performance for three-season conditions.
Arc'teryx Nu Water Repellent Treatment
A formulation designed to optimise the original DWR treatments on Arc'teryx GORE-TEX®, softshells, and windshells, enhancing their performance.
Burly™ Double Weave
A four-way stretch woven fabric that combines superior strength and durability of a nylon face with the comfort of a micro fibre polyester backer.
Low profile adjustable suspenders that are removable
Glove friendly adjustable integrated webbing belt
Front fly with snap closure
Side zip ventilation with stretch mesh backer
1/4 length ankle zip with gusset and snap closure
Powder cuffs with gripper elastic
Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility