Outdoor Research - Voodoo Pants - Women's
The wicking, breathable, double weave soft shell Voodoo Pants™ provide all the technical performance you need when you're high on a windy, exposed climb, but the relaxed jean styling lets you walk out from the crag or hit up the brew pub directly after a session. Features including a low-profile waist that easily and comfortably slides under a harness, a zippered thigh pocket that's accessible while on belay, and motion-mirroring articulated knees let you move easily and naturally on the rock.
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||MED: 11.4 oz. (323 g)|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||96435|
|Material||88% nylon, 12% spandex double-weave|
|Other Features||Inseam: 32 in. (81.2 cm)
-- Zippered Back Pocket
-- Water Resistant
-- Quick Drying
-- Low-Profile Waist Fits Under Harness
-- Internal Loops for Instep Lace
-- Front Jean Pocket
-- Button and Zipper Fly
-- Belt Loops
-- Articulated Knee
-- Zippered Thigh Pocket
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- These pants are amazing!
- These pants are more expensive than I usually look for, but as soon as I tried them on in the store I knew that I had to have them. They are the perfect pants for rock climbing. They're so stretchy that they don't impede my movement at all, while still having a slim, flattering fit. They're light and breathable, so I don't get too hot or sweaty in them. They sit pretty high on the waist, which I like because it puts the waist of the pants out of the way of my harness. They do not have snaps to hold the bottoms in a rolled-up position, but I have found that they stay rolled up on their own. When I climb in these pants, it almost feels like I'm not wearing any pants at all! I can't speak to their durability yet, but so far they are definitely worth the price.
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