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Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pants

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Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pants

When temperatures drop and intense cold sets in, pull on the Men's Outdoor Research Neoplume Pants. Insulation is thoughtfully placed in upper legs and waist for greater warmth in those places more likely to get cold. Youll keep heated without bulk to encumber your movements. Whether youre settling into camp for a cold night or battling the slopes on a windy, stormy day, youll be warm throughout the adventure.

  • PrimaLoft®ECO 60 g insulation
  • Wind and water-resistant 30D ripstop nylon shell; taffeta lining
  • Brushed tricot-lined collar
  • Front zipper with internal stormflap
  • Zippered napoleon pocket and internal pocket
  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets; one doubles as stuff sack
  • Elastic cuffs with hook/loop tabs
  • Dual drawcord hem adjustments

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5 Star Rating

Reviews - Outdoor Research Men's Neoplume Pants

5 Stars Talyn - 2013-03-04

OR Neoplume Pants
Very good set of lightweight pants. Mediums are alittle on the tight side but OK. Very comfortable & very good quality

5 Stars dakota44 - 2012-02-09

very good product,,
great winter pants super warm and comfortable,,, very wind proof , great for those cold days in ND. have had great luck with OR products,, top quality, every time,,

5 Stars AKClimber - 2010-11-10

Great light warm comfortable insulator
This pant I use throughout the summer, fall, and spring as an insulating pant during belays and rest stops. In the winter i use it as an insulating under layer (on occasion) and warmer days in the winter (days above 15 deg F) as a belay or as an insulating pant when taking my skins off and waiting for friends to finish skinning up to take a backcountry ski run. I use these for climbing, alpine touring, backcountry cross country distance touring, and lots more. They are at least in my pack to put on when I am stopped for lunch, a belay, or waiting for the rest of the crew to finish skinnig up a peak to ski. This pant has a prominent place in my quiver of insulating layers. I use it in wet snow caving situations and it works great repels water and keeps me warm. Love these pants.


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