The A5 Rig Light Backcountry Pant is a lightweight alternative to our Rig Softshell Pant designed for active use in warmer weather. The durable four-way stretch nylon shell is extremely breathable and protects you from the wind and rain. Wear the A5 Rig Light Pant BC if you need lightweight durability for active use in warmer climates.
- Zippered front closure
- Internal suspender loops
- Hand pockets
- Zippered back pockets
- Zippered thigh pockets
- Internal kneepad pocket
- Articulated knees
- Ankle gaiters with internal cinch adjustment
- Tweave® Durastretch® with DWR
- Stretch Construction
- Berry Compliant
Weight: 20.8 oz.
Part No: OM-0180-C10
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Made in the USA.
Berry Amendment Compliant.
Excellent quality and comfort. Quick drying and comfortable to hike in all day.
The Beyond Rig Light Backcountry Pants are without a doubt some of the best pants I currently and have ever owned. I currently own two of them and they are some of the most comfortable, functional, and designer looking pants I have ever worn. Everything from the craftsmanship, the tailored yet flexible fit, the durability, and the rugged/designer look is "beyond" that of most other pants in it's price range. These are my go to pants regardless of what activity I am doing, whether it be work, hiking, or going out to a nice restaurant with some friends, the Beyond Rig Light Backcountry pant can handle it all.
Also, on a side note the weight of the pant is perfect. Most sofshell pants are either too light and strtchy making them sag under stress, or too heavy and thick making them useless unless in the dead of winter. However, the Rig Light Backcountry Pants are heavy/sturdy enough to handle some serious tasks, yet also light enough to wear comfortablly in an everyday situation like a pair of jeans.
I ordered first pair dreading the costs wondering how good could these pants could be to cost that much. I wear them at least two days a week, urban and rural. They show no wear. Iron tough. Have made several work trips to Africa where you have to pack light. Two pair of these and I’m set. None better, more expensive or less.