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    59 Reviews


    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
    • Item #MAR2671

    Tech Specs

    Marmot M3 softshell (90% polyester, 10% elastane)
    belt loops, button
    2 front hand zip, 1 back, 1 thigh zip
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 1.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, backpacking, bouldering, travel
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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 36 Long

    Great fit. Am 6'3" tall and the Long worked great. Feels great and the exterior texture did not even bother the Mrs. Received as an Xmas gift 3 weeks ago. Have worn 4 times since and hopefully they will hold up to all the wear.

    Dry and Durable

    My customer loves these pants! He's put them to good use on several challenging snow ascents and they kept him nice and dry, never tore, and never slipped down or interfered with his climbing in any way.

    This is a non insulated pant, so he definitely had some warm baselayers on underneath, but they did the job of blocking wind and repelling the snow.

    Check him out in action from his summit up Mt. Baldy and let me know if I can help get you in the right size!

    Dry and Durable

    Great multi use pant

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32 avg

    Purchased these for my husband for Christmas and he loves them. Has worn them hiking, walking the dogs, lounging around the house and I'm guessing he will end up wearing them to work. It hasn't been a full week and he has already ordered another pair.

    Great Pants

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

    These pants are great. They feel good, wear good, and perform well. I wore these in New Mexico while snowshoeing and they were fantastic. They aren't necessarily made for warmth but they did a pretty good job. Good quality and true to size. Can't go skiing in these because they won't fit over ski boots.

    Solid pants

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 34/Short

    Nice all around pant - tough, light and comfortable. They fit over my boots with the zips closed. The pocket zippers are decent with covers/overlays, though they do get hung up a little if you try opening or closing with one hand (not a big deal). The pants are high-wasted, so tucking in a base layer shirt works well. The only downside is the lack of odd sizes. I wear a 33 waist so the 34 is a little loose. However, my inseam is a 31, and the short size is spot on.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32 reg

    These are great pants. Here's why:
    1. The are listed as a regular fit, but I would say that they are more slim fitting that flatters the wearer well.
    2. Leg pocket is a perfect place to keep my iphone plus.
    3. Construction appears to be top notch.
    4. They have a lightweight liner that gives them a nice weight, but yet are still quite lightweight overall.
    5. I have gotten lots of compliments.

    On the downside, these are not terribly warm. I would call them 3 season only. Overall 5 stars for their intended use!

    Nice pants

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Large (regular length)

    Great material. Very comfortable. Haven't had them long enough to comment on durability. They run long. My usual pant size is 34w, 34l. In sizing by S, M, L, XL etc I usually get L Long (when available). However, the longs were too long for me. The waist was fine. I exchanged for L regular and they are fine. The zippers at the bottom don't really enable putting them on or taking them off with shoes on.

    Nice material but poor construction

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32 long

    I really like the fit and material of this pant, but the stitching on the crotch ripped out while I was hiking in the alpine. I only wore them a handful of times before the 2 inch rip started. I considered sending them back, but I needed them for a weeklong river trip, so i sewed them up. Hopefully my seamster skills hold them together because if they do, I'll have a great pair of outdoor pants. If they had a gussetted crotch they'd be about perfect.

    Nice material but poor construction

    Excellent and versatile softshell pants

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 34 long

    I think I've found my hiking/backpacking/climbing pants for all but the most extreme conditions. The Scree is incredibly versatile. After performing very well on a couple of day hikes, I gave them a much tougher test on a hike to base camp on Mt Rainier (Camp Muir).

    A couple miles of incredibly steep snow fields and temperature regulation was perfect. It beads water fairly well as long as you're not in a constant downpour. 10,054 feet at base camp it was around 36 degrees. Lounging on the rocks I felt perfectly comfortable without a thermal layer underneath. Then it started snowing with near whiteout conditions. Still never got cold and they did not soak through, even after several hundred feet of glisading on the way down! Suffice it to say, I love these pants.

    I am 6'2'' about 185 pounds. I got the 34 long and initially when I tried them on I was worried they were too long (which is very rare). But once I tried them with boots I realized they were perfect. They have a nice alpine fit so they're not baggy, yet the mobility is 100% with how stretchy they are. Scrambling and even climbing are no problem at all.

    Highly recommended!

    Wish for elastic waist band.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32/Reg

    Overall, great pants that I'd recommend to anyone. The waist is kind "high water" style, but frankly that's what I want when climbing so I can tuck my shirt in without it pulling out. I would, however, prefer some elastic in the waist band so the pants will stay snug and up without having to wear a belt. (I tend to be between sizes.)

    I usually wear these for winter/spring climbing, so I preferred the longer length to go over my boot tops. I also usually wear some thermal tights under. I'd personally never wear these for warm weather hiking--too hot and I have other more suitable pants for that.

    Comfortable & Versatile

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 34 Short

    Great fit, good looks & comfort. Found these pants will do double-duty in the backcountry or on the golf course. I initially balked at the price but if they hold up, they should be a good investment.

    Bargain comfort

      The pants are COMFY. They have a relaxed fit with plenty of stretch. No matter if I'm sitting standing, scrambling or running, I never feel restricted. Their comfort and elasticity are on par with my much more expensive mammut and norona pants. The zippered pockets give plenty of secure space to store valuables. These pants can preform in both urban and natural settings. After 4 years of constant use a small hole appeared on the groinal seem(Very convenient) and after looking around at other pants I realized that other companies' pants with the same comfort and features were well into the $200s. I am very happy with my new pair and look forward to many comfortable years ahead.

      Great pants

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: 36/Reg

      These are relaxed fit to some degree. Not 'baggy' but just nicely spacious in the right places for me. In addition, they are very stretchy which allows freedom of movement. Other pants I unbuckle to sit down. These stretch with me. I was surprised by how cool they are for a fully lined garment. I live in Florida and it's really cooking down here right now. These pants are not hot at all. Far better than cotton. On the other hand, the lining gets easily caught. Like when putting my legs through, I always get hung up on the lining. Also, when removing my wallet the entire pocket pulls out. Fortunately, all the pockets are zippered and the correct way; front to back. If they weren't, everything would pull out together. Also, I have a life long objection to obtrusive company logos and this one is just barely tolerable for me. The company name and logo are too prominent in my opinion. The boot leg zippers I'll never use in Florida, but you might find them useful. The material is mostly quiet with only a subtle sandpaper sound. They machine wash nicely and come out wrinkle-free. At one hundred ten I think these are worth it. I'd like to see some more colors available. I agree with the other reviewer who said, "My husband won't take them off." I actually miss not wearing them. I don't sleep in them, but I feel I could. So why no perfect score from me? Perfection is a myth. I'm 58 and I've never found any.

      Just what I was looking for.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 34

      I bought this for spring/fall hiking here in Montana. So far I love them! Although I think they fit true to size, they are a relaxed fit compared to some of the other trousers out there (just what I was looking for). I like all the zippered pockets.

      Great pants

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 30 long

      I have used them a few times in the snow with my too little kids. They are light and comfortable. The size is true to size and very easy to put on and take off. I wouldn't recommend them by it self if you want to go out in the snow, you need another thin layer under if you want to ski in them.

      Good pants

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: 34 reg

      Slimmer compared to other brands Which is a good thing. I don't like wear super baggy cloths when I'm out hiking. 34 Regular fit still ran a little too long but I can live with. Very light and durable material. Comfortable even tho material is a little rough. Looking forward to putting these pants through many adventures.

      Thumbs up

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 32 short

      Good pants. I live in Wisconsin and I'm outside year round. These pants are comfortable on the trail and off. Wear them with a base layer in the cold and without for cooler summer nights. They do shed moisture but don't expect them to be waterproof. They are abrasion resistant but they're not canvas tough... The ankle zips have gussets so the bottom of the pant doesn't open like a flap. I love the look, bought a second pair!

      Knock Around Pants

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: 30 short

      Great all around pants. The softshell is very stretchy, which feels awesome when active, and it seems very durable and abrasion resistant. Butt sliding on rocks, ice, and snow has yet to make a mark on the seat. These are lightly insulated under the softshell with a low profile backer. They would be good by themself on cooler spring and fall days, and good with a base layer for winter hiking. I wore these with a midweight wool baselayer for winter hiking on the mountains down to 15° F and they were perfect. They shed weather very well. My pack was encrusted with ice from freezing rain all day but my pants seemed dry. They are also good as a warmer pant for cold sport climbing or bouldering days for people who don't like climbing in jeans. I have a 28" inseam and I have the 30 short. They are a little long, but perfectly manageable with the zipped and cinchable cuff. The waist fits but could be tighter since it is a pretty stretch elastic waistband. My pack was tending to push my pants down in the back. I'd consider sizing down or wearing a belt to solve this.

      I have a pair of Marmot Moran pants that I'm looking to replace. Anyone know how different these are from the Moran's? I loved how lightweight the Morans were and would like something of similar thickness. Thanks!

      I am looking for some soft-shell pants for winter. I am a photographer, so Ill be kneeling in snow. So looking for something will NOT soak any of the moisture. I believe this material will be right but if you have any other suggestions (brand doesn't matter) please let me know. And possibly insulated but doesn't have to be. Thanks

      The Scree is the best selling soft shell pant out there! This is a water resistant pant but can't completely promise that you will stay 100% dry, though I'm not sure that there is a softshell out there that is. Dry snow should be fine, the super wet stuff might leak through a little.

      This pant would be a good spring skiing touring pant, but definitely won't keep you dry kneeling on the snow. The pants are super comfortable to wear, relatively warm (but definitely not insulated), but cool and breathable enough to wear hiking/spring skiing. I think if you're looking for a more water resistant soft-shell, you should consider the Black Diamond Dawn Patrol Pants. I think those may serve your purposes a bit better!

      Good luck :)

      I'm 6'2" and 180. I am not sure which length to buy. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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

      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


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      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 ( 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.

      Are you guys out of the 32 long size in...

      Are you guys out of the 32 long size in black? I looked the other day and seem to remember it being a size option.

      For anyone who has experience with these,...

      For anyone who has experience with these, would these be a good buy for outdoor winter activities like skating, playing hockey, shoveling, etc? In other words, are they warm enough to withstand 5-10 degree temps if I'm being somewhat active?

      Any insight is appreciated.

      Would these hold up to crampon use?

      Would these hold up to crampon use?

      First day w my first pair, I drug a bow saw blade across them. Pulled one stitch out. That was a year ago, w a lot of near daily use thru the cold months since, and mild camping this summer, and they still look much the same. ...I wear them to church...

      Second pair though, this time in tan, I did a month of trail work in the mtns, only washing them once a week. They've got some pilling, and some dulled, greasyish spots. Not bad though, I can still wear them for days when I want the outdoors-capable look, along w the somewhat dressy, khakis look. And the wool t-shirt that paired w them is stained beyond any use asides from seriously grubby work.

      needs something 'dressy' while visiting...

      needs something 'dressy' while visiting pals for a day/dinner before catching flight to bone fish in Mexico. both in warm climes. this item (36x30) ok for that?

      That's why I got the tan ones, while having a pair of last year's blue; to be office/camping chic. Works real well in my opinion. That's maybe one of the better attributes to this pant, or certainly compared to Patagonia or Arcteryx. These can almost look like town pants. Last year's blue looks lots like jeans, these tan look like khakis, grey, well at least grey isn't typical black.

      I'm on this site buying my third pair by the way. After looking once again at Patagonia and Arcteryx. A pair of grey for regular riding, so my blues stay nice enuf for riding to church, and tans nice enuf for riding to social/official meetings.