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Sierra Designs

Sierra Designs Silicone Trail Pant

New for 2014! Designed with several backpack-compatible features, the lightweight Sierra Designs Silicone Trail Pant combines stretch with breathable, quick-drying fabric that makes it ideal for hiking or travel.

Sierra Designs
Silicone Trail Pant

  • Price: $89.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Sierra Designs Hurricane Pant (Old Style)

An affordable option for 3-season backpacking, the Sierra Designs Hurricane Pant provides lightweight waterproof protection. When the weather is nice, the included stuff sack keeps this pant out of the way until needed.

Sierra Designs
Hurricane Pant (Old Style)

  • Waterproof rain and wind protection
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  • Reg. Price: $53.94
    $40.45
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Committed to designing outdoor equipment that enhanced the wilderness experience, George Marks and Bob Swanson teamed up in 1965 to launch Sierra Designs. At the forefront of innovation right from the beginning, Sierra Designs consistently rolled out ground-breaking features, unveiling the first tent to use a combination of bent and straight poles and releasing the first sleeping bag in the United States to offer 700-fill goose down and a contoured hood.

Though design and technology have changed dramatically over the past 40 years and many manufacturers have fallen by the wayside, Sierra Designs continues to garner awards and recognition for their tents and sleeping bags.

Backcountry Edge is proud to be an authorized Sierra Designs dealer.

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