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As the lightest-weight trekking pant in the Mountain Hardwear line up, the Men's Rifugio Supreme Pant is the go-to choice for backcountry wanderers looking to cover maximum ground in minimum time. A generous dose of Elastane allows the pants to stretch, and a DWR finish allows the pants to rapidly dry after brushing up against dew-soaked foliage.

  • Chock Ultralite Softshell fabric breathes, blocks wind, resists wear and tear season after season, and feels soft against your skin
  • Lightweight fabric means the pants weigh in at just 8 ounces
  • DWR finish allows the pants to repel water and dry quickly
  • Wick.Q Evap lining at the waistband accelerates sweat evaporation so you stay dry and comfortable
  • Welded side zip pocket keeps valuables safely stowed

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4 5

Weird front pockets

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 10"
    Weight: 220 lbs
    Size Purchased: Xl

Comfortable and lightweight, but front pockets have strange form. They are always open. When traveling I'm afraid of pickpockets, because it's so easy to put hand in a pockets that stick out.

3 5

Comfy pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

Sleek, minimalist and well finished. Fits loose on the waist. Most 36 in waists fit me perfectly but here are loose. Lack of a built- in belt or cinch system for the waist is surprising.

3 5

more cons than pros

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

it's always hard to buy pants on the internet.

these felt lighter than i expected; almost paper thin. they were stretchy enough to do yoga -- don't worry, Backcountry, it was only a sun salutation in the living room to see how they stretched. but the fit was too tight. i like a loose ( not baggy ) fit. maybe i could've gone a size up, but the waist fit fine. for a buck twenty, i gotta love 'em to keep 'em and i just didn't.