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Patagonia Rock Craft (formally Rock Guide) soft shell pants 50% off
I've already got two pairs, but this a pretty screaming deal on a real nice softshell pant- summer through winterhttp://www.campsaver.com/rock-craft-pants-men-s?trk_msg=895S90MJ1CQKH8H2I5MJUJ3R28&trk_contact=PH998B1D4LNLNLUMHK9N5Q5ILG&utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.campsaver.com%2frock-craft-pants-men-s&utm_campaign=4th-of-july
Thanks for posting! I've really liked the pair I picked up earlier this year, and was stoked to get a replacement pair at half price! Tons of sizes available too...
What are the pros and cons between the "Rock Craft" and the "Simple Guide"? [aside from price, at the moment]Thanks
simple guides are heavier, great for shoulder season and winter- little too heavy imo for summer/3season usemy wife has simple guides she uses for x-country skiing and just raves about them, I've had good luck w/ my Rock Guides year round (just wear a thin base layer underneath if it's cold)I almost pulled the trigger, but 3 pairs would probably be pushing it :)
Mike, do these fit true to size? I'm right between a 35 and 36, some brands a need the larger and some the smaller. I've never had a patty pant so I'm shooting in the dark on this one, please help.Thanks,Tad
Tad- I'd say pretty true to size, if I were between sizes I'd probably opt going up vs down, better a touch loose vs a touch tight :)Mike
Love these pantsGreat function and fit
Thanks Mike- I missed out, was looking for something to get me over $50 and when I went back to finalize the 36's were all gone- by the patty website these do run a little slim so I would only go with the 36's
theyve got the shorts too @ $34
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