- Water Resistant
- Wind Resistant
- Accepts Accessory Suspenders
- Belt Loops
- Button and Zipper Fly
- Adjustable Tabs at Waist
- Low-Profile Waist Fits Under Harness
- Zippered Pockets
- Gusseted Crotch
- Articulated Knees
- Reinforced Scuff Guards
- Drawcord Cuff Closures
- Ankle Zippers
- Grommets for Instep Lace
- Boot Lace Hook
- DWR Coated Zippers
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric 50% nylon, 43% polyester, 7% spandex, stretch woven double weave
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 20.5oz / 581g (L)
- Great Pants & Great Fit (Review by Alex O)
I am not sure what happened to my review from a couple days ago, so here is another brief review. I am 5'10" 180lbs, 34w, 32l, and ordered a large. The fit is perfect, and the length is better than perfect.
Pant material is a little stretchy which I really like and hope to enjoy.
(Posted on 1/17/15)
- Surprised (Review by Alex O)
I am 5' 10" and weight 180lbs, 34 waist, 32 inseam. I ordered a large and couldn't have been happier with the fit. They are soft, light and very well made. I will update this review upon my return from the Alps
BTW as I said in other posts, I wear all things medium with TNF. Just a reference.
NO STICKERS IN ORDER lol ;)
(Posted on 1/14/15)
- Fantastic multi-use soft-shell pant (Review by TBurke)
This is my favorite soft shell pant. I'm 6' & 165 lbs. (33-34 waist & 34 inseam) I own a size large & they do the trick. The velcro adjustment tabs on the waist are very nice and allow the waist to be adjusted perfectly to your size. (great for me as I often find I'm on the cusp of Med & Large) I've used these pants for everything from Alpine rock and ice climbing, AT & tele skiing, snowshoeing and general mountaineering. They do not have a snow gaiter, but the grommets allow them to be secured down. I wear these on their own or can layer with a light or mid weight base layer & they take me form October to May here in Colorado. These have held up well to hard use. I do wish the thigh pocket zipped at the top vs. the side....I carry my beacon in this pocket and prefer the security of a top zip. I've had no problem with it though. You can purchase these pants with total confidence & know that they will cover you over a wide range of mountain activities.
(Posted on 1/2/15)
- If I could only have one pair of pants... (Review by NoCo guy)
These pants are the best pair of pants I own for hiking and climbing in Colorado. I am comfortable with no thermals under them from about 60F down to around zero if I keep moving. With thick thermals, the best thing about them is the fact that they are so easy to move in. At no point do I ever feel like they are making my movement difficult. Even with climbing moves, high steps onto rocks or if I am running. I have never had a pair of pants that are as warm, and yet as easy to move in. They are easier to move in than some of the summer hiking pants I have.
I don't put anything in the side pockets because opening them up really helps cool me down if I start to get hot and there is any kind of breeze or wind.
If I can only take one pair of pants with me outside of summer, this is the pair I take.
(Posted on 2/14/14)
- Great lightweight softshell pants (Review by ekb)
I bought these for my husband and he is very happy with them. He is 5'10", 165lbs, 32" waist, and thin athletic build. The Medium fits him perfectly. He wore them for skate skiing and alpine skiing in the same day, when it was 40 and sunny. I was concerned these would be too lightweight but they are perfect for nordic skiing and spring (backcountry) skiing, and could also be used with warm layer underneath for colder days. There is no inner snow gator, however there is a cinch cord on the bottom.
(Posted on 1/26/14)
- Great all around pant! (Review by Moboy56)
i wore these while climbing in Ecuador and Colorado. i put two pair of insulating long underwear under these and at no time were my legs ever cold. nice trim fit and moves when you move, never binding. i have the Alibi pant for ice climbing but these would work just fine, highly recomended.
(Posted on 11/29/13)