Patagonia Tenpenny Pants

Patagonia Tenpenny Pants Review

Patagonia Tenpenny Pants

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England, Mike

Like the proverbial male wearer thereof, a good summer pant is hard to find. Maybe the fit’s too tight for unrestricted outdoor play, or the material too absorbent, or the fabric too flimsy to endure abrasion—sometimes all of the above. Not so with the Tenpenny Pant from Patagonia. The cotton/nylon blend sluffs both water and abrasion, and the relaxed fit allows a full range of motion. I wore these babies biking, hiking, fishing, and floating, and my quads never once felt claustrophobic. You can even clean ‘em up for a day at the office; other than a little swish-swish when you walk, they look and feel like casual slacks. Just don’t plan on packing too many personal items along, as the front pockets are a tad shallow. Available at Grizzly Outfitters, Round House, and Chalet Sports. $100; patagonia.com

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