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Whether you're getting out and about in the mountains or are hunkered down in base camp, the Montbell Men's Thermawrap Insulated TEC Pant provides serious, highly functional comfort. The lightweight 12D shell is treated for water-resistance, while 80g Exceloft insulation above the knees and 50g below delivers effective warmth where you need it most.

  • Full-length separating side zippers let you easily slip pants on without removing boots and/or crampons
  • 40D nylon taffeta reinforcements add durability
  • PolkaTex DWR treatment rated effective through 100 washes
  • Fleece-lined zip handwarmer pockets give you a cozy spot to tuck your hands
  • Stuff sack included
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Not for short people.

    These things are super long and quite baggy. I had to return them. If you have a long inseam and tree trunk legs these things would be awesome for you. I am a short squat thick fucker and it looked like I was decapitated above the ankles.. The price is awesome. Just be wary of the length. They say 33" inseam for the large, but It seemed more like +34". Great pant other than that.

    Montbell Thermawrap pants

      Nice looking. Great zips. NOT WARM. Application for a wheelchair bound man with Motor Neurone Disease (ALS) - he was clod after one hour of wearing these pants and took another three hours to warm up. These pants are ONLY warm if you are mobile.

      ALS patients, but all wheelchair-bound patients, have problematic circulatory conditions that place them in a category of special needs. In the medical field for some years, I suggest a patient-physician consultation before utilizing any backpacking gear, especially in exposing a patient to potentially hazardous conditions. That said, I have also utilized Mont Bell gear for some years and it has always been excellent. I'm sorry you had any difficulty with this wonderful gear and wish the very best for the patient.