Kitanica Backcountry Pants

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posted on February 20, 2015
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Made in the United States of a lightweight (6-oz.) 50/50 blend of cotton and nylon fabric, Backcountry Pants by Kitanica are both comfortable and durable, and are designed for freedom of movement during strenuous activities. Styling is low-key, and features include: reinforced seat and reinforced, articulated knees; contoured, riveted-button adjustable waistband with seven mil-spec webbing belt loops; bartacked stress points; a YKK metal zipper; and dual hip, rear, and knife/cell phone pockets. Available in waist sizes 30" to 42" and an inseam length of 34", the pants cost from $99 (stone, ranger green, khaki and black) to $129 (Kryptek Typhoon). Contact: Kitanica, P.O. Box 99095, Emeryville, CA 94662; (510) 893-3014; kitanica.net.

 

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