Rab Photon Pants


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Primaloft Trousers

The Rab Photon Pant is a synthetic insulated trouser with Pertex® outer fabric and full length side zips. It is designed as an insulated trouser for extreme cold use or for use at rest stops when working hard.

Pertex® Microlight 30D outer fabric is water resistant and windproof whilst the Primaloft® Ecoinsulation offers fantastic performance even when wet. Full length side zips mean the trousers are incredibly easy to get on and off for quick turn arounds at belays or at feed stops.

Rab have made these trousers before but have improved on previous models by reinforcing the knee and bum and adding a scuff/crampon patch on the inside leg.

Ideal cold weather clothing for use on Winter Alpine or 6000m mountaineering trips or for emergency use when mountain walking - also a good option for use in polar regions.

  • Weight: 500g / 18oz
  • Full length YKK separating side zips
  • Internal insulated zip baffle
  • YKK zipped fly
  • 2 YKK zipped handwarmer pockets, tricot lined
  • Snap /hook & eye waist closure
  • Elasticated rear waistband
  • Belt loops
  • Snap hem closure
  • Stuff sack
  • Inside leg length 84cm/33inch (L)


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