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The North Face Women's Dryzzle FUTURELIGHT Full Zip Pant is a rain pant for hiking through wet weather. Backpacking through the wilderness you're bound to find yourself in some rainy situations, but with these jammed into the front of your pack, you're able to hike onward. The FUTURELIGHT fabric is breathable-waterproof, shielding you against the deluge of water from the skies while your lower half still has the ability to breathe. Less of that sticky feeling and more enjoying what the trail has to offer.
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FEATURES of The North Face Women's Dryzzle FUTURELIGHT Full Zip Pant
Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed FUTURELIGHT 3L shell with a soft, recycled, stretch-woven face and recycled, stretch-knit backer for warmth and comfort
100% windproof fabric
Partial elastic waistband with flat-bonded front
Fly features concealed snap-and-zip closure
Full-length, covered side zips
Exposed, polyurethane (PU) back-pocket zip
Shockcord loop in back pocket for improved packability
Adjustable, concealed snap-tab closure at hem
Kickpatches for added durability
Body: 50D 96 grams per square meter FUTURELIGHT 3L, 100% recycled polyester woven with tricot backer and durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
Kickpatches: 170D x 30D 172 grams per square meter Kevlar schoeller-keprotecGÇö85% nylon, 15% Kevlar basketweave with DWR finish
Made from Recycled Materials, Animal Friendly, PFC Free
Pants Inseam (Short):
Pants Inseam (Long):
3 oz / Square Yard
The North Face FUTURELIGHT, DWR
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Mountaineering and Alpine
The North Face FUTURELIGHT
The North Face FUTURELIGHT fabric technology features an ultra-thin nanomembrane for outerwear made with 90% recycled materials. The breathable-waterproof technology keeps you comfortable by allowing your body to breathe, prevents water and snow from soaking in and remains light, soft and durable. Ready to go on the trail, rock and crag for weather protection on your desired adventure.
Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Rated 5 out of
Nancy pancy from
Kept me very dry[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Wore this in the pouring Oregon rain for an 8 mile hike. I was very dry. They were comfortable to wear. Also wore these for hiking in the snow. Only down side is I wish it fully unzipped to get hiking shoes thru the pant waist without risking getting mud on the waistband. But, I would still buy these again.
Date published: 2020-07-01
Rated 1 out of
Pnw skiier from
Ripped in several places on the first wear[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was so disappointed with this. I have bibs from the north face that I love but I don't know who these are made for - maybe someone walking around the city? They ripped in several places along my boots after one hour of light backcountry touring. The fit is nice and they are pretty waterproof, but they snag and rip too easily for this to be anything even close to something I recommend for people looking to hike, bike, backcountry ski, cross country ski, etc.
Date published: 2021-04-13
Rated 5 out of
Why no plus sizes?I tried these on today in Cl and while i could zip them up they wouldn't have been practical as rain pants because they were too tight. I really don't understand why clothing labels don't make plus sizes. Is it that you think people over size 16 don't hike? Ski? Bike? We do. And you're missing out on a lot of business by not offering a wider range of sizes.
Date published: 2021-11-13
Rated 5 out of
PNW explorer from
Waterproof![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I use these pants mainly for walking and hiking and they are fully waterproof. They have been surviving the rainy Oregon winter well.
Date published: 2021-01-28
Rated 3 out of
Suzy the petite hiker from
Sizing totally off[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have the predecessor to these made with Goretex. I am only 5'3 so wanted to get a pair with a shirt inseam so decided to try these. I ordered both XS and S short. The XS was too small to fit another layer comfortably underneath, and the S was so much bigger than the XS! Fit more like a medium. The sizing is so off I am actually questioning if it's a sewing error (it's probably not). The waist is way to big in both pairs (and no belt loops to help). There is literally 8 inches of extra space in the waist of the S! By the way, the length was perfect. I usually am right in the middle of a XS and S in TNF clothes. I weigh 110 pounds. Typically I go with the S because I'd rather have some breathing room, but this is just ridiculous! Too bad, the material seems nice and I really wanted to test out the Futurelight technology while doing some long alpine hikes this winter.
Date published: 2021-12-25
Rated 4 out of
Washington hiker from
First rain pants![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've avoided buying rain pants for years, thinking they would be cumbersome and more weight than I needed. However with cold winter hikes in the rain and snow, they worked great! I didn't want to waste money on a cheap pair just to replace them later and it was worth it. Just hope they last.
Date published: 2021-02-23
Rated 3 out of
Great pants - but NOT 'Full Zip'![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These are well-made pants for snow and rain, and they unzip from ankle to hip. The name is inaccurate though, in that 'full zip' implies that they unzip fully along the sides of the legs. This is not true of these pants - you will need to pull them over your feet (and/or boots) to put them on or take them off; they cannot be unzipped completely.
The material feels waterproof and light, I appreciate the zip fly and button for ease of pulling on and toilet access, and the kickpatches at the inner ankle add extra durability. If they were indeed 'Full Zip' they would be perfect for my needs.
For wet winter hiking I need waterproof pants that unzip fully and can be put on and taken off without having to pull the hips over my feet if I'm out for a full day and will be taking them off and putting them back on. They are inappropriate for most of my cold weather hiking so I need to return them.
Date published: 2021-12-08
Rated 3 out of
Weird design.[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I wasn’t aware of this design but apparently the whole entire side of the pants can be unzipped on both sides. I’m not sure what this design was intended for but it makes the pants feel awkward to wear because zipper lines don’t bend as easily as fabric. I’m 5’0” 100lbs and the pants were way too long so I had to return the pants and I lost money shipping it back. The pants barely fit my waist and it was a little small. I got size small.l