Outdoor Research Men's Cirque Softshell Pants
Featuring an updated design for fall '11, the Outdoor Research Men's Cirque Softshell Pants are durable, technical soft-shell pants built for high-energy climbing and skiing in alpine environments. Now with added fleece insulation, the highly-breathable, wind-and weather-resistant double-weave, stretch woven fabric excels in icy conditions. The zippered handwarmer pockets ensure energy bars and maps remain easily accessible.
- Material: Durable, highly-breathable, and wind-resistant double-weave, stretch woven fabric; brushed nylon face/polyester backing
- Button and zipper fly with adjustable elastic tabs; belt loops
- Zippered hand pockets, right pocket on thigh, and back pocket
- Accepts accessory suspenders
- Gusseted crotch
- Articulated knees
- Reinforced ankle scuff guards
- Zippered cuff closures with gusset and drawcord
- Grommets for instep lace; boot lace clip
- Weight: 21.1 oz, 598 g
Buy the Outdoor Research Cirque Softshell Pants for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Outdoor Research Men's Cirque Softshell Pants
These pants are extremely well made, durable and breathable, probably the best pair of pants for the money.
The perfect backpacking pant is finally here. I've practically lived in these pants this winter. Loose fit in the legs with plenty of stretch and built in lace hooks are sweet, but they're cut a little longer anyway so they stay over your boots. Cool velcro belt system, too. Great job OR!
Used it for ice climbing and rock climbing in cold weather. Very stretchy and comfy. I'm 5' 7'' waist 31 and I bought a Medium. Fits me pretty well #even around the waist because it's adjustable#. The size is great if i'm wearing boots but they're a bit long when I wore them with just rock shoes. They're pretty warm although haven't used them in below zero temps. The protection from crampon scratches on the inside lower pant is really nice. They do not slide up as you climb. Dirt brushes clean off of it. While rock climbing I used my knees to scramble up a bit and the pant still looked like new. Not appropriate for temps above 50F.