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- Integrated webbing belt with a buckle closure adjusts easily
- Mesh drain panels in the many pockets allow water to escape after a river crossing
- Full-length inseam gusset and articulated knees give you plenty of mobility
- Side leg hem zipper lets you pull the pant on or off over boots
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Returned for larger size
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love Mountain Hardwear and have two pairs of their pants but these in size 4 were too snug on my 35 inch hips to go hiking. Also too snug in thighs for active pursuits. Traded them for a size 6 and they are a bit big but still look nice and will be better suited for hiking.
Attractive, comfortable, packable
I got these pants for a European trip. I'll be traveling with just a backpack. I purchased both black and dune colors. The dune looks pretty close to khaki to me - not yellow at all, as the photo on the website appears. The pants have a nice drape, and are especially comfortable for sitting on a long plane flight. I really picky about the fit on slacks, and these passed muster!
I have a very old pair of MH hiking pants...
I have a very old pair of MH hiking pants that were given to me. The Ramesa is the closest style I've found to them. I was wondering if the sizing for what mine are, a size 6, is comparable now? Love these and want something similar.
Stick with the size 6, it should be the same fit. If not, we will gladly exchange them for a larger or smaller size.
Happy Pear-Shaped Hiker
I'm always so happy to celebrate when I find pants that fit. I typically wear size 12-14 pants, and the 12's fit with room to spare, especially in the thigh area - which seem to cause me the most problems. The waist probably runs a bit small which made me happy, and the belt worked well to cinch up a bit more. The best does seem to roll, which is a bit of a problem. I ordered the 30" length which was just right for me. The pants wash and wear well and with the gusseted crotch, I've been able to enjoy some extreme hiking and backpacking.
If you have thin legs and/or no rear, I don't think you'll like the fit of these pants.
Comfortable on long plane rides
I wore these pants on a 37-hour multi-leg trip back home from Europe, and while traveling. They are more comfy than jammies and because the gusset eliminates a crotch-center seam, they do not ride up like pants generally do. These are great, wash easily, dry quickly and actually need little washing on a long trip - I was traveling for nearly 3 weeks. The mountain hardware pants (I have 4 styles) are great, my favorite brand. They fit me true to size, and I especially like an older pair I have with a hidden adjustment at the waist so they fit beautifully, and look neat. These are great while hiking & rock climbing, very flexible and don't catch and tear easily on the rough surfaces. Great product.