The Patagonia Pack Out Tights are exactly what they mean, pack it in, pack it out, designed to be extremely versatile and just what you need for mobility in the wilderness. Featuring a slim fit, wide waistband, a zippered side pocket, and a stretchy fabric blend for high stepping, these tights will not disappoint, prefect for any adventure.
PATAGONIA PACK OUT TIGHTS FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 87% recycled polyester/13% spandex double-knit mossed jersey with miDori bioSoft for added wicking and softness, and HeiQ Fresh durable odor control
Weight: 306 g (10.8 oz)
Fabric is certified as bluesign approved
Fair Trade Certified sewn
Stretchy Fabric Stretchy fabric blend for high-stepping; gusset for additional modesty and flexibility
Wide Waistband Wide waistband lies flat under a pack
Pocket Details Zippered side pocket
Easy-Access Drop-In Pockets Easy-access drop-in pocket on each leg
Inseam 29" inseam
Supporting The People Who Made This Product Fair Trade Certified sewn
Country of Origin Made in Sri Lanka
Women's Pants Size Chart (in inches)
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