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With its loose, airy fit and generous fabric stretch, the Mammut Men's Runbold Short is ideal for long travel days, backpacking trips, and everything in between. The breathable nylon stands up to hard use and dries quickly should you go for a spontaneous swim.
- Abrasion-resistant nylon is quick drying and breathable for warm-weather comfort
- Loose fit with generous fabric stretch allows you to move freely
- 14-inch inseam stops below the knee for relaxed look
- Lightweight fabric packs up small and occupies minimal space
- Total of five zippered pockets securely stow all your trail essentials
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I love Mammut and these shorts are no exception. They are very light, stretch well, and airy. I've fairly large legs and they fit a little more snug around the upper thigh compared to other Mammut pants I own. The zippers are perfectly positioned.
A hidden gem
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I took a chance on these shorts and I'm glad I did! These are truly a hidden gem and may just have become my new favorite hiking/climbing shorts replacing my Arc'teryx Ramparts.
I like the fabric. It is elastic and light. It's probably not as abrasion resistant as the Ramparts but hopefully good enough and the the fabric of the Runbold's don't make the "swish" sound that the Ramparts do.
I also like the cut, design, and details. While the fit is listed as loose, I feel it fits just right in the front and back and really only the legs are loose in my opinion. All pockets are nicely zippered. There is a Mammut logo on one leg and the text "Mammut" on the other.
The legs are a little long. As listed in the description they stop below the knee.
I usually wear 34/30 or 33/30 pants. I picked the large and they fit perfect. Note though that the elasticity of the material may require you to wear a belt. I always do anyway so it's no big deal.
I hope Backcountry will get more of these.