DWR coating on the face fabric encourages water to bead off
Added stretch in the fabric increases your comfort when being active
Gusset construction on the crotch gives your legs full freedom of movement
Zipped fly with a snap button closure
Two zipped side pockets plus a zipped back pocket
The North Face branding on the lower left leg and back of the waistband
Lightweight products feature lightweight materials and constructions to reduce the user’s load and aid mobility. Lightweight clothing products are thin and provide very little or no cushioning and insulation. They are best used for high-intensity or warm-weather pursuits, or employed as part of a layering system.
Stretch garments are constructed from fabrics that allow varying degrees of stretch, providing additional freedom of movement. Useful in highly mobile pursuits where movement must not be inhibited.
DWR. Durable Water Repellent, is a coating added to fabrics to help add to their water repellency and shed water and snow more effectively.
UPF is the Ultra-Violet Protection Factor that you receive from your clothing. The higher the number the more protection from the suns harmful rays you achieve.