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Description

Tough, light, and trail-proven.

The Montane Atomic Pant is versatile enough for a multitude of activities and lightweight enough to pack with you into the backcountry. Articulated construction allows for excellent freedom of movement so you can keep moving even when the weather turns nasty.

  • Waterproof, breathable PERTEX Shield fabric is tear-resistant and lightweight
  • Articulated knees for improved mobility while scrambling, climbing, or hiking
  • 1/4-length side zips for ventilation and easy on-and-off, even over trail footwear
  • 360-degree reflectivity for improved safety in low-light conditions
  • Hook-and-loop calf tabs help minimize wind resistance and abrasion

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What is the difference between Montane Atomic Pants and Montane Minimus?

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Both have the same general waterproofness (10,000 hydrostatic head), but the Atomics have a slightly better MVTR (8,000 vs. the Minimus' 7,000). This comes at a wt penalty of about 2oz more in the Atomics.

I have both/use both. I really like the fit around the calves; the Velcro straps keep a fit snug and out of drive train, brush, etal. The Minimus' have a very lightweight feel to them and you get the immediate sense that they could easily rip on a snag. That said, they my go to running pant when I'm going all but naked. The Atomics are a little more robust and I'll reach for those when I'm predicting rougher terrain, like adventure cycling or climbing. I used the Atomics on a bike raft expedition up the Oregon Coast this summer and sat in a puddle for 3 hours in the Atomics. Unbelievably, they stayed dry.

Contrary to other reviews, I have found both fit very well (5'10' 165). They are the right length and keep the crack covered. I have not found this to be the case with their Terra line, which does run generally smaller. I cut those down to knickers--which they sorta wanted to be--and am very happy with them.

Both have the same general waterproofness (10,000 hydrostatic head), but the Atomics have a slightly better MVTR  (8,000 vs. the Minimus' 7,000). This comes at a wt penalty of about 2oz more in the Atomics.  <br/>  <br/> I have both/use both.  I really like the fit around the calves; the Velcro straps keep a fit snug and out of drive train, brush, etal. The Minimus' have a very lightweight feel to them and you get the immediate sense that they could easily rip on a snag. That said, they my go to running pant when I'm going all but naked. The Atomics are a little more robust and I'll reach for those when I'm predicting rougher terrain, like adventure cycling or climbing.  I used the Atomics on a bike raft expedition up the Oregon Coast this summer and sat in a puddle for 3 hours in the Atomics. Unbelievably, they stayed dry.  <br/>  <br/> Contrary to other reviews, I have found both fit very well (5'10' 165). They are the right length and keep the crack covered. I have not found this to be the case with their Terra line, which does run generally smaller. I cut those down to knickers--which they sorta wanted to be--and am very happy with them.  <br/>