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KISS—Keep It Simple and Smart.

The Mammut Men's Stoney Pant gives hard-charging freeriders everything they need in a ski pant without the added complication of unnecessary bells and whistles. DRYtech Premium Stretch fabric shrugs off tough winter weather and the interior mesh lining provides comfort and warmth. The side zips allow you to dump excess heat when you're hiking for turns and they make getting in and out of the pants a simple operation.

  • Two-layer DRYtech Premium Stretch shell fabric keeps you dry and comfortable in harsh winter weather
  • Fully taped seams keep wet conditions out
  • Mesh lining provides warmth and is comfortable
  • Regular fit and stretch fabric allow a full range of skiing and riding motions
  • Two-way side zips provide ventilation and easy on and off
  • Internal waist adjustors ensures a snug fit
  • Stretch snow gaiters seal around boots to keep snow out
  • Reinforced hems protect against sharp edges and boot buckles

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2 5

Baggy!

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

Wow, these are baggy. Decent fit at the waist but I could have fit a few more people back there. Who wants pants big enough for 2? Returned!

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I need a 34 inch waist and 36 inch inseam....

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I need a 34 inch waist and 36 inch inseam.

5 5

Best pants ever?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I think so. Bought for touring and now use these every day out, regardless. If it is cold I throw on thermals and if it is warm I open the vents (and pockets). The weight is perfect, not too heavy but too light, so you don't feel like you are wearing track pants. Pockets are in good locations. Never had a zipper stick. 5'10/165 fell between sizes so I sized up which was the right decision. The extra room allows for more ventilation when needed. The waist adjustments are very useful.

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38" waist, 35" inseam, do you have my...

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38" waist, 35" inseam, do you have my size?

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I need a 34" inseam and 38" waist, do you...

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I need a 34" inseam and 38" waist, do you have my size?

5 5

Awesome ski pants

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these a couple of years ago. I'm about 5'10", 180lbs (reasonably athletic, with fairly chunky legs) and bought the Large.

I've taken these on trips to NZ, Canada and several trips to Europe, and they're as good as the day I bought them

The fit is awesome, the fabric is fantastic (waterproof, durable, a bit of stretch, and just enough warmth).

I HATE overheating and didn't want the bulk of a fully insulated pant. These are perfect. I've skied on really cold days in Whistler, Zermatt and Chamonix in these things, and I'm completely comfortable with a single pair of merino thermals underneath.

When I warm up, I make liberal use of the side vents (which helpfully have a mesh backing, so you can keep skiing even in pretty deep snow without worrying about them filling up your pants).

Pockets are great as well - two pairs on each side plus back pockets. The top and back pockets have waterproof zippers, but the main ones I use are the side pockets which have the flaps over them. I keep energy bars, lip balm, trail maps, leatherman, whatever I need in there, and completely forget it's there while I'm skiing.

This pair of pants really won me over to the Mammut brand. I've since bought the Stoney jacket to go with the pants - the only drawback I had was that the pants and jacket are meant to clip in to one another to keep snow out, but the clip-in system had changed by the time I bought my jacket (2009 pants, 2010/11 jacket), so they're not really compatible.

Aside from that, highly, highly, highly recommend either as standalone pieces.

For me, these are the perfect ski pants.

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Hi chrowther,
Thanks for the review. Besides from the points you've already mentioned, are there any issues with the durability regarding the parts that protect the pants from getting cut by the edges of the ski? I read that they get cut through quite quickly.
What was your experience?