Prometheus Design Werx Odyssey Cargo Pant ATC

Feb 28, 2019

Category: Gear

Inspired by the style and DNA of the first combat utility pants worn by American and British paratroopers during WWII, Prometheus Design Werx set off to create a piece of apparel made for year-round adventures. The Prometheus Design Werx Odyssey Cargo Pants ATC are an improvement on the original iteration thanks to brand new All-Terrain Cloth.

The submersible, quick-drying All-Terrain Cloth, which is made from 85% high-tenacity nylon and 15% spandex, is Prometheus Design Werx’s lightest technical performance textile yet. For extra durability, these pants are constructed with triple needle stitching on major seams and bar-tacks at stress points. They have everything an explorer wants in pants, including knee pad slots, articulated knees, a three-point cargo flap closure system, knife and multitool pockets, parasmock style slotted buttons, no-twist custom D-rings, and more. They are available for $149 right now in three colorways.

Purchase: $149

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