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Dynafit TLT 3L Overpant

Brand: Dynafit
Model: TLT 3L M Pant
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Zip on and off this superlight hard shell pant in a hurry. The TLT 3L is the perfect extra pant layer for keeping at the bottom of you pack. It’s so light and packable that it won’t hold you back, and if you actually need to use it, it still won’t you back. That’s because it’s a four-way stretch weave with impressive breathability ratings. This is exactly what you want in a hard shell overpant. While out of your pack, the TLT 3L Overpant stops water and wind while actively exporting your sweat. While in your pack, the pants pack down into corner and weigh less than your food. Dynafit rightly calls the 3L a speed touring cover pant.

  • Dynashell™ 3-Layer fabric is waterproof, windproof, and breathable.
  • Full-length water-repellent YKK zips let you put/take it on/off fast.
  • Four-way stretch fabric doesn’t interfere much with your stride.
  • Adjustable waist cinches around your current size and under layers.
  • A 20,000mm rating in the water column test will keep you dry.
  • Breatheability rating of 20,000 g/m²/24 which also keeps you dry.
  • Anti-scuff cuffs are 100% polyester and have elastic to hold on.
  • Treated with a DWR coating so water beads instead of soaks.
  • Option to match with Dynashell jacket.
Specifications
Weight
-> ounces
306g [M]
Ventilation Full Side Zips
Pockets 1 Thigh Pocket
Waist Elastic w/ drawcord
Cuffs Elastic w/ anti-scuff
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Fit Overpant
Materials 3 layer Dyna-Shell, 100% polyester lining
Insulation N/A
Lining None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Speed touring, mountaineering
Notes Super lightweight, zip on/off
Bottom Line A stretchy and packable, touring pant
3/23/2020
Question from Tree Stashes
 
Looking for a stretchy softshell that breathes OR has great vents. Dedicated spring touring use only - I have bomber Gore-Tex Pro bibs for the regular season. Does this fit the bill? Or would 2L be a better bet?
3/24/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Señor Stashes, glad you're thinking of ditching those heavy bibs for the spring missions! The 3L pants are more designed for those stormy winter days when you need a little more waterproofing to pull on over a softshell pant or race tight; it's not all that breathable since it's more of an "over-pant" than a first layer. The Dynafit Mercury 2 pants would be a great choice to offer you some more breathability and four-way stretch if you like the Dyna-fit of their pants. They're light and speedy-feeling, but not *too* form-fitting. If you prefer a fully-protective softshell pant for those occasional May blizzards, but with enough venting to make sweat a non-issue, the Karpos Mountain Pant is hard to beat.
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2/10/2020
Question from Chris
 
I'm a 33 inch waist and 32 inseam. I would wear these over a softshell pant when needed. Medium or Large?
2/10/2020
Answer from Patrick C
 
Chris,

I would go with the large. Have fun out there!

Patrick // Skimo Co
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12/9/2019
Question from kristine
 
Need help with sizing-- I am a woman and I wear pants with a waist of 28/30" (30 at most) and an inseam of 32"? Is the small too big?
Thanks!!
12/11/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Kristine! I think that a small or a medium would both work for you, depending on how tightly-sized you want the TLT pants to be. If you want to wear them as a true "overpant" over a softshell touring pant, I'd go for a Medium. Unlike most of the Dyna-pants these fit more true to typical American sizing and don't require you to size up quite so aggressively.
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4/30/2019
Question from Nicholas K
 
Is there going to be a restock on these or not until next season?
4/30/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nicholas, not until next season, sorry!
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7/23/2018
Question from Christof N
 
I wear size medium dynafit TLT durastretch pants. Would I need a size M TLT 3L overpant, or would sizing up to the L since it will be going over the other layers work better? Thanks.
7/26/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Christof! I would go for a medium. They seem to have the extra bulk of a layer underneath built in so you can avoid increasing your waist size and inseam length.
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