Royal Robbins is proud to introduce the cool weather update to their best-selling Jammer Pant – the Fall Jammer, a versatile outdoor adventure and hiking pant. The Fall Jammer features fantastic stretch and a comfort-fit knit waistband enhanced with moisture wicking thermoregulation technology for premier fit and optimal comfort in a high impact and high sweat area. The adventure pocket system includes a zippered thigh pocket to keep your essentials safe. Snap tabs allow you to easily convert into a capri-length. Tapered leg fit.
- Trim Fit
- 32-inch Inseam w/ Tapered Leg
- Designed to the cool weather update from the popular Jammer Pant – for hiking, trekking or any active adventure
- Fall weight performance fabric with added stretch for comfort and range of motion
- Comfort fit knit waistband features Thermo Reg technology for ultra-wicking, temperature regulating comfort
- Comprehensive pocket system includes secured zipper pocket at the right thigh
- Roll-up legs convert to capri length with snap tabs
- Safety button above the fly for improved, cleaner fit
- Ultimate Stretch Twill
- 4.3 oz. 94% Nylon, 6% Spandex
- bluesign® approved, midweight fabric features superior moisture management and quick properties to wick sweat away.
- Eco-Conscious Fabric. Organic and/or sustainable materials are included in this type of fabric.
- Lightweight. For easy packing and travel.
- UPF PROTECTION. Sun protection. Reduces your skin’s UV radiation exposure significantly.
- Quick Dry. Wicks moisture and dries quickly; ideal for travel and outdoor activities.
- Wrinkle Resistant. Resists wrinkling, making it ideal for travel.
- Stretch for Range of Motion. Two-way and four-way stretch fabrics add range of motion and flexibility.
- Ec-0 DWR. State-of-the-art non-fluorinated waterproofing technology, helping to eliminate a powerful toxin from our environment.
Get what you really wanted, and be outfitted for your next adventure. Travel-friendly styles for warm and cool weather climates.
Royal Robbins and his wife Liz were iconic Sierra Nevada rock climbers during the 1960s. They belonged to a progressive band of climber/philosophers who pioneered the term “clean climbing”: a set of practices and techniques that enabled them to climb big walls with little or no damage to the rock, a literal representation of their lived ethos of deep respect for the natural world. With that foundation of conservation and their successful business comes the responsibility to contribute positively to society on a global scale as well as in our backyards.