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A mountain-woman's best friend.

Your mountainous lifestyle knows no bounds and has no restrictions. That's why the Marmot Women's Scree Softshell Pant complements your year-round active pursuits. The M3 Softshell fabric that makes up this pant is Marmot's most breathable fabric in the M-series. The durable nylon fabric makes sure you don't tear the pant up while you tear the mountain up. And a bit of elastane gives all the mobility you need so you don't have anything holding you back. This softshell sheds water, too, in case you come across a rain shower during your adventures.

An athletic fit pulls the Scree close to your legs and waist to reduce bulk without hindering mobility. The elastic waist is harness friendly, and  ankle zippers help you put on and take off this slim-fitting pant even with shoes on. And the thigh pocket can hold your phone so you have room for your hands while you enjoy the view on top of the mountain you love.   

  • Marmot M3 Softshell fabric
  • Water-repellent and breathable
  • Athletic fit
  • Elastic waist with snap closure and zip fly
  • Ankle zippers
  • One thigh zip and two hand zip pockets

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5 5

Runs Small: order up for proper fit

  • Fit: Runs small

Following other reviews, I ordered up 1 size. I am 5' 2", 105 lbs, usually 0-2/25-26 in pants. Ordered these in a size 4 short and they fit perfectly (i.e., comfortable with a baselayer). Oddly, the rockstar, which is a similar but slimmer cut in a lightweight fabric, fit very differently and was too small (even in the size 4). I haven't taken these out yet but they feel very well made, have great stretch, and are a good midweight softshell for fall/winter.

4 5

Fabulous pant! Pls add adjustable waist.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

They do everything I want them to - pockets, lining, ankle zip, wind and water resistant, and the "long" is long enough for me at 5'6". They will hike and climb and walk dogs. I'd tried on my usual size (6) in a store and it was too small, so I ordered an 8-Long from my favorite go-to online source, which had size and length options. All perfect ... except too big in the waist. I searched in vain for an elastic tab with which to adjust. Alas. Fortunately there are belt loops. Since this isn't the first time I've had this problem, I do have belts.

4 5

Good hiking pant

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

I am 5'-0" and 95lbs. The 2 fits perfectly and is not too long. I typically wear a 0 or 00, so the pant definitely runs small. The waist is very high which is not ideal for young ladies but with a shirt over the waist, no one can tell. I have tried on dozens of women's hiking pants and these were the only ones small enough to fit me. After hiking in cold temps in Anchorage, AK...I give these a thumbs up. Water resistant and warm. Hiked in 30deg temps without leggings underneath, and 10 degrees with leggings. I wasn't cold a bit.

2 5

The long version is definitely not long

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

I purchased size 8 in the 'long', because I am 5'10" and I always wear jeans size 6 or 8 that have a 34" inseam. The long version is supposed to be long, isn't it? When I tried these on at home I was so surprised. They are not long at all, they barely brush the floor. I'd say they are cut like a inseam size 32" at most. Also, I bought them for spring backcountry touring. They do not fit over the boot, even when the zipper on the bottom is open. Not even close. It's definitely not a good backcountry ski product. The material is quite thin too. I don't think I would ski in them. If I was shorter I would consider them for fall/spring hiking, etc., but I tried them on with hiking boots and they didn't look long on them either.