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Climbing season is all year round when you have the Mountain Hardwear Women's Chockstone Softshell Pant. This cold-weather, abrasion-resistant pant with water-repellent finish enables you to get after it when everyone else has retired their climbing gear for the chilly months.

  • A micro-chamois-lined waist adds comfort beneath your harness
  • Air-permeable stretch fabric helps ensure you stay comfortable
  • Inseam gussets and knee articulation allow for plenty of mobility when you're mastering a difficult move
  • Inner twill tape tabs allow resourceful gaiter-making
  • UPF 50-rated fabric protects you from the sun's rays
  • A plethora of pockets gives you plenty of space to stash your small essentials
  • An integrated webbing belt with buckle closure for a just-right fit

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cold for winter

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

these pants are nice but cold and very thin.



    When I first put these on, they felt like a dream and had high hopes of summit adventures. I am surprised that one of it's features is "abrasion resistant". Honestly, I've never had to patch a pair of pants so many times!
    I am tough on clothing when climbing, but shouldn't this stuff be designed to stand up to those acitivities? I can't even say these would be ok if you just wanted a stretchy comfortable backpacking/hiking pant. It took one nick from my backpack and bam another hole.
    If you truly want a comfortable durable pant, check out Patagonia guide pants.
    I'm suffering patching these until they totally disintegrate since they are so expense to replace.

    Are these pant noisy, I mean is the fabric...

    Are these pant noisy, I mean is the fabric noisy when you move and it rubs against itself? I am looking for a pair of archery hunting pants with no rustling noises that fit, since there's not much for women.

    Also, does the wind go right through?

    There will be some noise. Not as much as untreated nylon, but definitely more than cotton and the like. They should be fairly windproof, being softshell.

    wind goes straight to the skin,nice spring weather pants


    Freakin' awesome pants

      I purchased a pair of these pants for myself and my daughter for our recent trip to Yellowstone where there was still a mixture of "weather" and snow on the ground. I wanted something not as heavy as a full on softshell like I use for winter camping, but something that was breathable for snowshoeing and a little light snow/drizzle and also for warmer sunny hiking days. These pants delivered it all. They're super water resistant and stain resistant, stretchy, allow great mobility with the gusseted crotch, have nice soft buttery lined pockets with zippers, 2 front and 2 little pockets down each leg for a chapstick, etc. They breathe very well and don't become funky even after 5 days of camping and hiking in them. I'm 5' 6" and roughly 140lbs and ordered a 10 and had room to spare, allowing me to even layer a thin thermal at night. Do yourself a favor and get these pants.