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A versatile softshell pant for any mountain pursuit.

For basecamp trekking approaches, long alpine rock routes, and spring skiing, nothing beats the stretch and light weather resistance of the Marmot Men’s Scree Softshell Pant. Ankle zippers make it easy to pull the Scree on and off over your shoes, and the back, hand, and thigh pockets store your small essentials. As part of Marmot’s M3 softshell collection, the Scree is best suited for high output sports in mild conditions.

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Anyone know or see a real difference between...

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Anyone know or see a real difference between these and the tioga pants? Mainly looking for a spring skiing pant, and some late season mixed/ice climbing, and just general outdoor activities.

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same weight, same material. (backcountry's desciption is wrong for both). the material is Marmot M3 Softshell (90% Nylon, 10% elastane). the tioga has an integrated belt, scuff guards on the ankles, and is more athletically cut. scree is a looser fit and lacks the scuff guards and belt (but has belt loops). hope that helps

5 5

Wish they had my size!

I tried the medium but they were way too tight for me. I'm about 5'11", 170lbs and usually wear a 33-34 waist pant. If you like things snug, then maybe they'll work for you. Unfortunately they were too tight, especially through the thighs and rear, for me. He las. If they fit you, they'll be an awesome pant!

4 5

Perfect weight, great for hiking

I picked these up on sale at EMS and recently took them out for a hike up Mt. Wittenberg in the Catskills. No baselayer, and they were perfect in 20-30 degree weather with constant action. Spent a fair amount of the icy decent on my cheeks, so was really glad to see how sturdy the material held up. Fuzzy pockets, good breathability, but still warm. Not the most technical pair (I personally love the MHW Sarpa details and fit), but a great lightweight pair for your next trip.

With so many softshell pants on the market, I'd keep your eyes open for something on sale.

5 5

Sick

These pants are sick! Super soft, super easy to move in, look great, I always wear small and the small fits me a bit tight but I have received compliments from it so that's ok heh. Had them out today on the slopes, with nothing underneath, at about 28 F with a decent wind, and was warm all day, and never too warm. Wind resistance is awesome. Haven't had a chance to test water resistance yet. These will probably become my goto pant for backpacking.

Marmot Scree Pant

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Mike Alkatis of the Colorado Mountain School (http://www.totalclimbing.com) reviews the Marmot Scree Pant. Learn more at http://marmot.com

Marmot Scree Pant

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Mike Alkatis of the Colorado Mountain School (http://www.totalclimbing.com) reviews the Marmot Scree Pant. Learn more at http://marmot.com

Marmot Scree Pant

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Fabrizio Zangrilli, Marmot Athlete and Professional Guide, reviews the Marmot Minimalist Jacket and Scree Pant while training for an expedition to K2.

4 5

Just what I needed

So I am currently wearing the scree pants, fresh out of the package. My first reaction upon trying them on? "Sweet!" (add mental image of goofy fist-pump) I did some high knees to test them: they have complete free range of motion. If I had the ability to do a split, I could do one wearing these pants. Unbelievably comfortable. I got these for an upcoming trek in India and Nepal. I am 5'10", 175lbs, medium frame. I have the medium/short screes. I may never take them off again. Will update after I take them hiking, but I am confident they will be awesome.

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What waist size do you wear in jeans? I am the same height and weight as you but find that some of these pants run a little tight in the butt/hip area. I am debating between the medium and the large...

Are these being discontinued? I've been...

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Are these being discontinued? I've been trying different pants and had to send them all back so i was hoping to order another pair of these. Are there going to be more in stock this fall?

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you will have to check with customer service for that answer as they do not usually answer questions on these threads. open a chat now window or call 800-409-4502

I've read up on some of the answers here...

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I've read up on some of the answers here but to make sure. If I normally wear 30 waist Levi's, should I get the small?

Sadly, I've checked out REI and other sports stores and they do not carry the scree pants.

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Well the small should work for you. I normally wear size 28-30" waist depending on the style of pants and I sometimes get youth sizes for the best fit. For these pants it will fit a little closer. I would order them and if its too small you can return it and get a bigger size.

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FYI, I just got a pair of the Scree pants at my local REI (Corte Madera) in the clearance section for 69.95

5 5

Sooooo comfortable

I bought these pants for an upcoming climbing/hiking trip in Wales. They are, bar none, the most comfortable pair of pants I own. I am the type of person who wears shorts 3 seasons a year. These pants may change that. They are super stretchy, breathe well, and resist abrasion. In fact, I can high step higher in these than in most shorts. My wife is jealous because she doesn't have a pair (yet). One note, I wear an L in these pants, and I'm 210 lbs and 6'2" with a 36" waist. I'm usually between an L and XL in most gear.

How is the fit for these pants? Snug for...

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How is the fit for these pants? Snug for the size? I'm 6'2" and 210, with a 36" waist and torn between the L and XL. Thoughts?

How is the fit for these pants?  Snug for...
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I found them a little loose for the size, plus, they're stretchy. I'm usually pretty set with a 32, but I must wear a belt for the medium.

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I am 5'11", 205lbs with a 36" waist. In normal pants I usually go with a 36x34. In the Scree's I went XL Short. They fit perfect for me, not a lot of material bunched up around my ankles and feet to pick up snow and other stuff.

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I'm a giant- 6'5" and 250 lbs. XXL's fit me perfectly. I normally wear a 36 or 38 in jeans.

5 5

Great Feel

I love the feel of these pants. The stretchy material is perfect for any type of cool to cold activity from late fall to early spring. I don't wear these for skiing but wear them for mountaineering and cold weather hiking and snowshoeing. A waterproof shell glides on and off over these because they are slick. The Screes are not windproof but deflect some wind and breathe great. But back to the stretchy material, it is incredible the amount of unbinding and uninhibited movement you have when wearing the Screes.

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I have several pairs of the Marmot Scree pants. They are perhaps the most durable, comfortable, and flexible pants I have owned. These pants wear well for daily use in the urban setting, as well as being highly functional for the outdoors. I am so pleased with them I have ordered several more pairs.

I must also add that Marmot is very responsive to any warranty issues relating to their products.

4 5

Pretty Good

They are super comfortable. I have used them for hiking in utah winter weather and in temps around the 60s-70s. Much hotter than that and they start to over heat. By far they are the best for climbing in. They are really easy to move in and breathe really well. They actually breathe a little too much for winter. I would not use them in 32 F or below without a base layer of some kind.

will these pants work okay for skiing?

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will these pants work okay for skiing?

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Hey Ed,

They will do okay. Fine for the spring, but won't keep you very dry.

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Might want to wear a thin base layer and don't fall in wet snow because these are borderline water resistant. Fine for spring skiing if the weather is nice.

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These are great for alpine touring, you may need gaiters though as the cuff is too small to comfortably fit over the cuff of my ski boot.

I've climbed and skied several Cascade volcanoes in these pants, over 10k or any winter climbing I will wear a baselayer underneath

5 5

Extremely durable and comfortable

Love these pants. Very stretchy and comfortable. Didn't take them off once including sleeping for three days on Rainier. I went glissading from Muir down in them. At first, I tried a garbage bag for protection but it proved clumsy and I was too tired or lazy to pull out my hardshells. So, I said forget it and just went down on the softshell Screes. It was cold on my butt for sure and while sliding I was worried the whole time that I was wearing them out or they would get snags or runs. To my delight when I got down, couldn't even tell I'd been sliding on ice for what was literally a couple miles on my rear.

My only complaint is that the elastic waistband is reeeeally stretchy but that just could be that I have a size a little big. This can be solved as they do come with belt loops so all is good.

Extremely durable and comfortable
5 5

As Advertised

I read all the reviews on the Scree Pants by Marmot and after putting them through some paces I have to say they've performed as advertised. I have yet to wear them in any significantly wet weather. One of the best parts about these pants is the simple fact that you barely know you're wearing them. There is virtually no restriction of movement. I'm 6'1" 200 pounds and I wear a 34 x 34 in most pants. I purchased the large and they're a little loose but will work.

Update; got down to my "fighting weight" of 187 and pant size of 33 x 34. I had to buy a pair of medium longs, which fit perfect.

5 5

Love these!

These pants rock. A couple of years ago I got tired skiing/snowboarding in clammy Gore-Tex pants and I decided to give these a try. These things are the best. They are cool enough for spring skiing by themselves but if you throw on a power stretch baselayer, they are warm enough for single digit temps. The best part is that if you get wet, you will dry out quickly. On a recent trip to Park City, we started out our day with a wet snow, rain mix at the bottom of the hill. Sitting on a wet chair up to mid-mtn had me convinced that I was in for a long day (or maybe a short day), but after one run, I was dry. And when we hiked a couple of bowls, I didn't even break a sweat.I'm 6'3" 230lbs with a 37" waist and 36" inseam. I have a XL and as a pure ski pant, it's just a tiny bit snug. Not 1980's tight, but snug enough that it hugs the legs while skiing. (They fit like relaxed fit jeans while standing.) I've been searching for a pant with a slightly more relaxed fit all fall and decided to just get the next size up in these. This is the most versatile pant I've ever owned and you can't beat the price!

4 5

Nice fit.

I agree with other comments here. They convinced me to give these pants a try. It is difficult to find nice pants that fit a 33 waist and 33 inseam. The medium regular comes acceptably close with a stretch waist and 32 inseam. I agree with other comments that Marmot does not need to make their logo so conspicuous.

5 5

Good all around soft shell pant

I've got the black pants (even though I hate black outerwear) and love 'em. They've been perfect for all but the coldest days skiing, resort or backcountry. Although if you plan on falling alot, I'd stay away because even though they do a pretty good job shedding snow and water, they will definitely soak through if you're laying in the snow.

Other than skiing, I love the somewhat close fit for ice climbing (catching pants with crampons sucks!) and they're breathable and strechy enough to use for rock climbing on cooler days.

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