These pants do it all.
Instead of wasting precious pack space on unnecessarily specialized pants, wear the Mammut Men's Courmayeur Advanced Softshell Pants on your next alpine adventure. Capable of transitioning seamlessly from base camp to approach to ascent, the Courmayeur reflects Mammut's 150 years of technical gear design experience. Its Schoeller DrySkin Extreme softshell fabric breathes like it has lungs and dries in an instant, thanks to its 3XDry treatment. Mammut also treated the Cournayeur with Coldblack technology, which repels sunlight so even dark colors stay cool on warm days and provides a skin-saving UPF rating of 40. An integrated belt keeps your pants up above your harness, while multiple pockets throughout the pants secure anything you might need for the way up, across, and down.
- Schoeller DrySkin Extreme softshell
- 3XDry quick-drying and moisture-wicking finish
- ColdBlack heat-reflective treatment
- Reinforced knee, seat, and pocket panels
- Hand, back, and leg pockets
- Integrated belt
- Hem snaps
- UPF 40+ sun protection
- Item #MAM00IB
- Q & A
3rd Generation Schoeller DrySkin
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Size 28
Started with a pair of MEC Ferrata climbing pants in 1st Gen Schoeller DrySkin (Lycra thread wrapped with nylon thread?) over 10 years ago. Then tried Marmot's climbing pants with Schoeller about 2 years ago. Finally tried Mammut and very surprised at how light the material feels. The progression has been reduced weight, plus new treatments/coatings. (Note: I ordered a Size 30, and wound-up returning pants for Size 28! So contrary to previous reviewer, these run large. On the other hand, Mammut Jackets tend to run athletic/small. Go figure!)
Great pants, runs small
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: 32
Bought these for the SO, and whoa. Way small. Can't say much on durability or performance for outdoor stuff since these were returned.
These pants run at least 1 size small compared to other Mammut pants , the SO wears a 32 in the Mammut Fiamma. He was able to get the Courmayeurs on without difficulty mostly due to the stretch factor. I'd say buy 1-2 sizes larger than your normal pant size, unless you happen to really like wearing technical pants that fit like a anorexic hipster's favorite pair of jeggings.