The Current is a 3-season lightweight recreational or light whitewater pant. Constructed from eXhaust 2.5 ply waterproof breathable nylon, it shares the same fabric and construction properties as our paddling tops. Pair it with any of our tops for lightweight breathable protection from all the elements.
- 0.5mm neoprene adjustable waistband
- Articulated knee & leg panels
- An adjustable neoprene single-cuff ankle closure system
- Hip pocket with drainage
- Hidden safe key pocket
- Exhaust 2.5 ply waterproof breathable nylon
Le Current est un pantalon léger 3 saisons pour usage récréatif et activités aquatiques novices. Conçu de notre nylon eXhaust 2.5 imperméable-respirable, il possède les mêmes caractéristiques que les hauts nautiques: Le Chilko et le Duke. Combinez le Current avec un de nos manteaux pour une protection contre toutes les intempéries.
Shipping to Europe:
Orders get initially shipped from our warehouse in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada to our European warehouse located in the Netherlands. This allows us to collect VAT and pay for all import duties and custom processing fees on your behalf. VAT is already included in the price.
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I use this for Stand Up Paddle. And it does the job! And look good! Love those pants, it's also easy to have underpants, or a real pant underneath.
Excellent splash pants
These are heavy enough to keep me warm on cool days while fishing spring and fall. But yet they're light enough that I don't get too hot wearing them during the summer. Night fishing during the summer can often mean very warm air temperatures at sunset but much cooler air in the middle of the night. These pants have done a great job keeping me comfortable and protecting my legs from the rash of big striped bass.
Good splash pants
These pants are perfect for boating in chilly weather/water. They wont keep you totally dry if you take a swim, but they do a good job keeping water off of you when splashed or if water gets in your boat. I wouldn't recommend them for winter boating, but that's not what they were designed for.