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Whether you're hiking, climbing, backpacking, or traveling, rely on the stretchy comfortable Marmot Women's Lobo's Pant to get you through your adventure. Crafted from recycled materials, this soft, moisture-wicking, quick-drying pant provides UPF 30-rated protection from the sun. Articulated knees and a gusseted crotch provide you plenty of room to scale boulders, hike up a scree field, or break out your yoga moves. Its roll-up cuff feature comes in super handy when you have to cross a stream, and the Lobo's secure side pocket stores your map or lip balm. Oh, and we can't forget its comfy brushed tricot interior waistband for added comfort.

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4 5

great comfy pants

very comfy, if you have big legs they are a bit tight around the thigh. but they stretch so its cool. bring a belt

5 5

Love 'Em

I love these pants. They are comfy and allow great movement. I am short and a bit curvy. I went one size up when ordering, and they fit very well. I really like the capri roll-up option. The zippers never hit me in the right spot and many don't allow for hemming (like the lobos convertible.) They seem durable and are light weight. I would recommend these to anyone, especially if you are bit hippy.

How many inches is the leg opening? This...

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How many inches is the leg opening? This should always be listed, in my opinion.

4 5

Go up 3 sizes...no really

I'm pretty torn for this review, I just got these pants in the mail today. I normally wear a 2 in jeans, a 4 in my Columbia convertible pants - I got a 6 in these cause that is all that was available around my size and I figured loose pants for hiking arent a bad thing and now I will have to return them and get an 8! Besides how crazy small they run, the pants seem pretty awesome. They will be a good, lighter-weight pair of hiking pants once I get a pair that fits! The nice, light, wicking material is why they got 4 stars from me, but the freakish size issue is just annoying Marmot!

Marmot Lobo's Pant

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Climber and Marmot Athlete Paige Claassen reviews the Marmot Lobo's Pant, one of the offerings in the Marmot 2010 Sportswear collection. To learn more about Paige, go to http://marmotpro.com/paige_claassen and to learn more about Marmot go to http://marmot.com.

Marmot Lobos Pant

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Liz Oakes Smart, Professional Mountain Guide and Marmot Athlete, reviews the Marmot Women's Lobos Pant.

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is the inseam on the size 4 pant also 32...

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is the inseam on the size 4 pant also 32 inches?, Marmot pants are usually very short unless it is a Long size...

3 5

Super Cute, Super Small

Recently bought a pair for my wife's birthday, and was excited to see that they are very, very cute compared with most women's hiking pants - the roll-up vs. zip-off is great. Also seem to be very high quality material.

BUT, I way undershot the size on these. I got a 2, as my wife is usually a safe 2-4 in non-technical brand pants like J Crew, Anthro, etc. 25" skinny jeans. Typical man, I went with the smaller size. Big mistake. The pants looked more like a Double 0... not even a 0 in what I'm used to seeing. I think I would have had to go with a size 8 for these to fit my wife.

Ended up getting her a pair of KUHL's in a size 4 that fit perfectly.

5 5

Best climbing pants ever

These are the best climbing pants I have ever had. Just wore them for four days straight at Smith Rock.

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Is there a drawcord? Or other way to cinch them? I hate belts!