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The Arc'teryx Men's Sabre Pant is a relaxed fit ski and snowboard pant for big mountain adventures. The N80p-X GORE-TEX® 3L fabric is of soft shell construction that provides waterproof protection from the elements. The inside of the pant is brushed for a soft feel and a touch of warmth that slides over base layers and is soft against skin. The Cordura® PowderCuffs™ prevent snow from entering at the boot and Keprotec™ patches protect the pant against sharp edges and boots. The integrated belt keeps your pants at your waist instead of your knees, but feel free to add your own belt, as Arc'teryx has included loops. The two cargo pockets and single hip stash pocket close with WaterTight™ zippers, making them highly water resistant (sorry, not waterproof) to protect cash, ID, and even a map and lip balm. Finished off with a hidden RECCO® reflector, you're ready to ride.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Sabre Pant
Micro-seam allowance (1.6 mm) reduces bulk and weight
Tiny Gore seam tape (13 mm)
DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface
Gore-Tex three-layer construction
Articulated knees and seat
Water Tight external zippers
Front fly with snap closure
Two hand pockets with flaps
Two cargo pockets with Water Tight zippers
Our Water Tight zippers are highly water resistant, but not waterproof
We do not recommend keeping items in your pockets that may be damaged by moisture
Hidden Recco reflector
Powder cuffs with gripper elastic
Heat transfer logo
Removable waist belt
Durable, weatherproof Gore-Tex fabric is breathable, supple
Side vents open for ventilation two zippered thigh cargo pockets for secure storage, hip stash pocket
Slide'n Loc snaps attach to jacket
Keprotec insteps guard against abrasion from edges, bindings
Recon reflector aids in emergency location powder cuffs fit over boots
Activity: Big Mountain Skiing
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Men's Sabre Pant
Weight: 22.1 oz / 626 g
Length: Regular, Tall
N80P-X Gore-Tex fabric with 3L lo-loft soft shell construction
Machine wash in warm water
Do not use fabric softener
Tumble dry on low heat
Do not iron
ARC'TERYX RELAXED FIT: Arc'teryx relaxed fit garments rely on both articulation and higher volume patterns to provide better comfort and mobility. This is a looser fit that provides room for a base layer plus a thick cold weather mid-layer. If you will NOT wear this style over a base or mid-layer, you may consider sizing down if you prefer a closer fit. Check out the size guide to learn how to calculate your body measurements before selecting a size.
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The Sabre pants are huge! The cut through the thing his generous and great if you are rocking some massive Olympic power lifter sized thighs. If you are not that big, these pants will be very baggy and the leg opening at the bottom nearly covered my feet. The Thalo Blue color is a little more teal than the pictures show. For my money, I'd go with the Stinger pants.
"Passed the Whistler Test with Room to Spare"
Just got back from Whistler/Blackcomb. Perfectly water and wind-proof as advertised, and very breathable. Thigh pockets are well-placed. The small pocket was great for lip balm, but I’m not sure what else I’d keep in there. Keprotec insteps were quite stiff and kept the big bell bottoms in place. I’m 5’10” and 165 lbs. (32x32 jeans) and bought the medium. The built-in “belt” is worthless for keeping one’s britches in place. I used an Arc’teryx Conveyor, which just happens to match the belt loops (what a coincidence). Legs, waist and seat were all VERY roomy. It would have been easy to accommodate a much heavier layer (or two or three). Overall, I loved the construction and performance, and didn’t mind the extra volume. I went with the Sabres rather than the Stingrays because I wanted the more durable fabric and I liked the thigh pockets on this model better. If Arc offered a trimmer fit model with those features, that would have been my first choice.
I first purchased the XL size, but being 5'9" 215lbs, I found the pant legs to be too long, and I was practically swimming in the pants. So I returned them and got the L. which fit much better.First thing I did was go to the mountains (after a several hour drive), and try the pants out. They were great on the slopes, could have used a shoelace clip but what ever. Perfect on a spring day as is. Didnt require anything beneath. The side vents did allow in some snow when I took a spill, but kept me cool.I only have one day on the slopes with them but at this point well worth the price. Looking forward to using them in the harsh conditions next season.
"Amazing thin, lightweight pants that perform like Armor!"
These pants are incredible. I used them at Whistler/Blackcomb for snowboarding with 0-10deg F weather and 20-30 mph winds with ongoing snow/rain. I only wore a set of Under Armor tights underneath. I was COMPLETELY dry and more than warm enough. The vents are huge on the side and could probably see your butt if you unzip all the way, but you don't have to unzip that high. They are unstoppable pants that are light and perform like champs - I have HH pants with more insulation and even more in the butt and knees, but they get wet (rated 20,000 mm waterproof). Fit wide and large, err on the smaller end. I have a small that is still large on me (5'8, 155pds, 31.5" waist).
"Great pants! Blocked wind and kept me warm and dry!"
These pants are great! I love arcteryx products for there quality and these are there as well! Ordered them for back country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing and camping in RMNP! They fit great and sizing chart was a perfect match. love that they a a bigger fit to allow for lots of layering however ill have to get the stingray pants for ice climbing and rock climbing for the bigger fit of these for layering will be to bulky to wear in these activities. Love the fit, nice deep pockets and a extra shallow pocket is great for small items. Like the engagement ring that I have to my girlfriend on out back country trip in RMNP a week ago!