Marmot Cortina Pant
£100, added Jun/2009, see all Marmot news & reviews
announcement by Marmot
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Marmot's brand new rugged softshell pant which is highly suited to a wide range of mountaineering activities. The Cortina pant offers professionals, guides and dedicated enthusiasts a high caliber performance softshell pant where durability counts for everything.

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+Cortina Pant (Black Colour), 41 kb
Cortina Pant (Black Colour)
Marmot, Jun 2009
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+Cortina Pant Back (Carob Colour), 46 kb
Cortina Pant Back (Carob Colour)
Marmot, Jun 2009
© Marmot


  • Ankle Zippers For Easy On/Off Over Shoes
  • Back Zip Pocket To Secure Small Items
  • Belt Loops Are There In Case You Need Them
  • Elastic Waist with Snap Closure and Zip Fly
  • Marmot M3 Softshell
  • Water Repellent and Breathable Ideal for Aerobic Activity and Sheds Water
  • Zippered Hand Pockets For Convenience
  • Zippered Thigh Pocket Zippered thigh pocket
  • Marmot M-series fabrics are designed for moving light and fast. They combine stretchable, water repellent, abrasion resistant and highly breathable shell materials with insulating buffer materials on the inside.

Main Fabric: Nebo Stretch Softshell (54% Polyester, 40% Nylon, 6% Elastane)

Re-informcement fabric: Tupilak Stretch Softshell (64% Nylon, 20% Polyester, 16% Elastane)

Sizes: S-XL

Colours: Black, Carob/Lava

Weight: 425g

Ideal Uses:

  • Mountaineering
  • Rock Climbing
  • Alpine Climbing

Marmot's brand new Cortina Pant is available to buy from the following outdoor retailers:

Carob Colour:

Black Colour:

BUY NOW from:
See this product at the Joe Brown - Snowdonia shop

For more information visit Marmot
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