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Whether you're rock hounding for petrified wood and trilobites in a remote stretch of desert or running laps at the local climbing gym, pull on the Mountain Hardwear Men's Mesa V.2 Pant. The DWR finish and mesh drain panels allow the pants to quickly dry after you forge a swollen creek, and the full-length gusseted inseam ensures complete freedom of movement.

  • Canyon Twill nylon fabric is lightweight, breathable, and has a DWR finish for quick dry times
  • Relaxed fit and a gusseted inseam allow you to move freely
  • Mesh panels inside the pockets allow water to drain when you're forced to wade a river
  • UPF 50 rating helps you avoid harmful sunburn
  • Tool-specific pocket is ideal for a pocket knife
  • Zippered side pocket keeps valuables safely stowed

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Is there a video of these pants? (not the convertible pants)

Is there a printed logo by the knife pocket on these?


Great, basic lightweight hiking pants

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'1"
    Weight: 165 lbs
    Size Purchased: 34x32

I own a pair of the Mesa V1 and think that the V2s are a bit better. These pants are super light and I like that they come in green, which is a nice light sage color. Glad they ditched the built-in web belt and opted for belt loops and traditional front button instead of snap on the V2. Not into bulky side cargo pockets, as I rarely use them, but the Mesa has a nice sleek zippered side pocket. These pants probably wouldn't hold up to a lot of abuse on the rock, but they are great for what they are made for: a lightweight hiking pant in warm weather.


Perfect hiking pants for spring & fall

    I haven't used in hot summer, so I cannot tell if the fabric is thin enough for hot weather. I really like the fabric stretches which makes easy on hiking. They looks good for wearing on streets too. A minor problem is that they are a little too deep compared to my other pants.


    Perfect for fall in the mountains

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs large

    I wore these pants in the Adirondacks during a weeklong trip, and they are durable and comfortable. The weight is perfect for moderate temps. As some others have noted, the waist is a bit larger than I expected, compared to some other MH pants that I have, but it's nothing a belt can't fix. If I was in a store trying them on, I would have tried a smaller size, but it didn't seem worth it to send them back.

    I'm 5'8", 142 lbs, and ordered 32 x 32, which is my 'normal' size for most pants, including jeans.


    love these pants.

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size

    i'm a 36x30 and they fit about perfectly. maybe a little loose in the waist, but nothing a belt won't take care of. inseam is nice too. feel like they'll be good for "casual fridays" in the charleston summer when it's pushing 100 with 100% humidity.


    I preferred the V1 pants

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I use these pants to conduct field surveys along streams, so my interest in the function and fit of the pant may be very different from others that find the pant satisfactory. The V1 pant fit well and preformed nicely for stream surveys. The V2 pant feels tighter around the thigh and has a "low rise" waste, which are not as comfortable for me to work in. The fabric is more prone to snagging on berry bushes than the V1. The V1 are incredibly durable. My sense is the V1 pants were more of a outdoor working and hiking pant and the V2 is more of a fashion pant. I recommend against purchasing the V2 if you are looking for a rugged pant for hiking and scrambling in the outdoors. The V1 seems more suitable as a light quick drying pant that one wears to the office or park on a hot day.

    I am confused. Is V2 more fashionable, but V1 is suitable for wearing to office?


    nice summer pant

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size

    fabric is light and thin, good for 3-season backpacking. I'd only wish the back pockets had zippers for my wallet. There's a side pocket with zipper which can work for that too.


    Better Mesa Than the First Version

      This version of the Mesa pant got the pockets right. The old ones were too horizontal and prone to dumping out all your trinkets. In addition it feels like the fit has been tightened up a bit. A great Spring and Summer hiking pant! Dead on in terms of sizing. The waistband is very comfortable, no chafe after an 8 hour hike. No bunching or pinching even when scrambling. I would not recommend for bushwhacking though, wear the Piero Pant if you think you may encounter think brush or breyers.