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Made for the outdoors.

Beyond the city lies a wilderness full of mountains, trails, deserts, and rivers. Marmot made the Men's Scree Softshell pant with breathable and water-repellent material so you can leave the skyscrapers behind and enjoy the journey. Just as comfortable as your favorite jeans and far more versatile, this pant prepares you for hiking, bushwhacking, paddling, climbing and more—finally, you only have to pack one pair of pants.

  • M3 softshell material is durable, breathable, and water repellent
  • Regular fit is ideal for everyday use and outdoor activities
  • Articulated knees allow you to step freely and stretch your legs as needed
  • Ankle zippers make it easier to pull this pant on without taking your boots off
  • Hand and cargo pockets keep your small essentials easily accessible

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5 5

Well made and comfortable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Sheds wind and rain well, breathable. Comfortable and stretchy. Easy to care for. The only thing that is a nuisance is the cuff zippers will not fit over your boots/shoes. But that is a relatively minor issue.

5 5

Great Pant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This is the perfect pant for sport climbing/mountaineering on cooler summer mornings or afternoons but especially spring and fall weather. The water and wind resistance of this pant is very impressive and has lasted over a year for me so far with proper washing and care. I have even found this pant useful for ski-touring in the winter being extremely breathable it does a great job keeping you dry from the inside out and from the outside in.

Hello, I'm a tad on the small side 27-28 waist, 27-28 inseam. Are these pants offered in 28/Short?

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Hey J.C.,

Marmot does make these pants in a 28/short. However, we are out of stock and do not have any orders to replenish our inventory right now. I am sorry.

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Thanks for responding. That's alright. Do you know if/ when you'll have them in stock?

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I am also in the same boat. What is the inseam difference between 28/short and 28/reg?

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Pok, according to backcountry its 27.5 vs 29.5 but when you check marmot's official site its 30 vs 32.

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So i actually found these pants at the Marmot store and bought a pair. Short inseam is 30, regular is 32, long is 34.

5 5

Fantastic Pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Awesome pants, super comfortable and stretchy. They fit me snugly, mainly because of my quads. However with the stretchy material, they don't bind at all, and move with me. Absolutely amazing ice climbing, and for alpine climbing. They shed snow and water decently, and work well with a light baselayer underneath in order to climb into colder temperatures.

5 5

Great thus far.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I used these for a week backpacking in Colorado in June, which was mildly chilly, and fairly wet, both with snow and rain. They kept going, up snowfields and across streams. I used them last winter here in Wisconsin, whenever I would be walking around in the deep snow, and they impressed me with their ability to shed the damp and dry rapidly. They are quite comfortable, though I have to wear a belt with mine, which is not exactly ideal, but I wear a belt daily anyway. They allow a great deal of flexibility, but of course, you can't exactly slip them on over boots. So... I like them, for what I use them for. We'll see how they serve me when I eventually get around to real mountaineering, if I'm still using them then.

3 5

middle of the road

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Comfortable, water shedding midweight fabric. M3 softshell comes in different weights. I do prefer my heavier, now discontinued Marmot Durango pants for winter, and something lighter for summer, perhaps the Marmot Moran, but don't have those yet. These are good spring and fall pants and not too heavy for alpine summer if you get the tan color to reflect some sunlight. I see others reccommending these for winter pants with a baselayer, but if you had some Durangos you probably wouldn't be saying that. The Marmot Blackcomb is the current offering that probably is better for winter, but don't have those either. Top tier on the warm end is probably the First Ascent Mountain Guide with scholler fabric. (200 bucks) , or Patagonia Alpine Guide (even more). For lightweight I'd look at the Outdoor Research Ferrosi. Outdoor Research Cirque also deserves a look, somewhat heavier than these but you guessed it- I've never laid eyes on any. I do have the Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander, but it is the older version so I hesitate to compare. guess what I'm saying is that this pant is a compromise and the softshell to get if you can't afford two pairs, or get it if you can afford 3!

5 5

So far so good

  • Fit: True to size

The fit is right on at the waist which is a pleasant surprise. I've had a chance to wear them twice cross country skiing, the first time it was quite cold and windy and I stayed very comfortable.

2 5

No Fit

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

The scree pants appeared great and of good quality but fitting is difficult. My waist is about a 31 and tried the 32 reg but I was swimming in them and did not want to be hiking and mooning people down the trail. Sent them back and tried 30 reg. The 30 reg fit better at waist but the crotch area was too tight making it look as though I was heading to the disco. Not the look I want hiking or relaxing. So had to return them. The pants would have been great other wise but Marmot needs to make more sizes to get a better fit.

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I had almost the exact experience. Loved the pants but fit matters. I ended up going with their Rockstar which, while not having the very thin lining, uses the same fabric technology. Couldn't be happier with them. Hopefully they last for a while because Marmot discontinued them.

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stip: when you say you are normally a 31, is that what you wear in dress pants or jeans? normally i'm a 30 in slacks but size up in jeans for a looser overall fit. trying to understanding if that's necessary for the screes. was the crotch fit issue because these pants are lower rise?

4 5

Just What the Pants Doctor Ordered...!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I took back some "are-eee-eye" softshell pantalones that where coming unraveled after light to moderate usage and bought these Mormot Scree Softshell Pants. First impression, comfortable, stretchy, and almost pajama like, yet rugged! I know huh. I have hiked in them several times in cool to cold weather, and even downright frigid conditions with merino base pantalones and they rock the house...they run a touch big for me but I have shorter than average inseam and that is typical of any pants I buy...

5 5

Awesome

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Great fabric and great fit. So far I've used them for xc and back country skiing--and for lounging around the house because they feel so good. Mud falls right off and tree branches haven't made a mark. I often have a trouble with technical pants having a short inseam, I purchased the long version of this pant and am really happy with the length! I have a 34 inseam and these pants perfectly hit the bottom of my xc boots and mountaineering boots--no snow in my cuffs or remarks about wearing high waters...

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When you say you have a 34 inseam, is that your measured inseam or the inseam you usually use with pants? I'm 6'2 and wear a 34 inseam on jeans, dress pants, etc. but have found that a regular (32) inseam works fine with some brands' softshell pants. Please advise, thanks!

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I wear 36-inseam jeans & Marmot's Long pant size (34 inseam) fit me perfectly in length. Since they're so stretchy, they don't tend to rise up at the bottom when you bend your knees.
IMO - these are the perfect cool/cold weather pants. Super comfy in a wide range of conditions.

4 5

Great light weight soft shell pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I have had these for a few weeks and used them at least 3 days a week for everything from hiking to night Broncos games and shoveling snow around Denver. They are a great light weight soft shell pant. I wish they were a bit heavier and warmer but with a good base layer under them they do the job. They are pretty wind proof and have stood up to some heavy snow.
The fit is definitely what I would consider athletic as they are a bit slimmer than I would have expected but for me run true to size for waist and inseam.
I would definitely recommend these for high output activities in all but harsh conditions.
They are also very stretchy but hold a crease or wrinkle for a very long time.

3 5

In-between sizes is a problem

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

I really wanted to like these pants, both for the mid-lightweight material and the sale price, but the fit was a problem. For reference, I wear a size 33 waist in Levis. I ordered the 34 reg, which was baggy everywhere. Even with an expedition weight fleece base layer under these, they were too big. So I ordered a size 32 reg, which would have been a better fit if I did not plan to wear a base layer under them. With a midweight base layer, they were just slightly tight.

I ended up returning both and ordering the OR Cirque pants, which were even worse in the size gap between the M and L size!

5 5

Versatile Pants

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great for most weather conditions that aren't extremes. You can also tackle extreme conditions or long term exposure with base layers. You can't go wrong with these pants, you'll love.

Versatile Pants
5 5

Happy customer!

Hi,
I recently purchased your the Marmot Scree soft shell pants which I was very pleased with the performance of the pants. I am a full time fire fighter/Search & Rescue Volunteer and constantly needing to wear gear suited for the backcountry. I was on a rescue mission of a lost Canadian in Australia on Mt. Kosciusko . We encountered a variety of weather & conditions. My pants were incredibly comfortable, durable and maintained great in the harsh conditions. I would recommend them to anyone.
Tom Hopkins

Are these pants as slim fitting as the...

Are these pants as slim fitting as the Orion?

4 5

I like them

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

The fit is right on for the 32 reg(6'2" 175lbs, 32 waits 33 inseam). They are a little tight fitting so before warned it your muscular or on the heavy side, but I still manage to fit long underwear underneath without any problem. These pants are stretchy too so the do not hinder movement and are great for hiking and snow sports. So far the seem durable, tear resistant, and hold up to abrasion. I wear them all the time, extremely comfortable. Probably should get another pair...

Unanswered Question

I've always had a bit of trouble with...

I've always had a bit of trouble with Marmot sizing. I'm a 28X32, so should I get the 28 Reg or the 28 Short?

Has anyone used these for extended, long-term...

Has anyone used these for extended, long-term travel abroad? I am going to backpack India and SE Asia for 6 months and need something that is synthetic, durable and breathable since I will be encountering many different situations, as well as something that looks nice for when I am in the cities. I also prefer a slim fit to my pants since I don't like dealing with a lot of extra material, but don't like them to be skinny and restrictive either. I'm 6'2" 170lb
-Alex

Best Answer Responded on

I use these pants for my winter/snow hiking. They are made from the same softshell material from which Marmot makes some of their coats. They are not insulated or as heavy as ski pants but there are lighter pants out there. I switch to the OR Ferrosi pants (http://www.backcountry.com/outdoor-research-ferrosi-pant-mens) when the temperatures start getting above 40 or if wind isn't a big concern. They are much more thin and light and awesome for anything where wind and temperature aren't large concerns.

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I haven't seen the Ferrosi but am going to look that up. For travel the lighter than these Marmot Moran might also
be a better option. The Scree is a midweight.

5 5

Another great Marmot product

Well made, great attention to detail and I was pleasantly surprise how waterproof they are. Rain just beads right off. Thanks