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You've finally managed to tune the drone of your yoga instructor out so you can relax. You're not sure why this particular instructor insists on yapping so much, but at least you can take comfort in the fact that your Mountain Hardwear Women's Rogga Butter Pants feel amazing. Maybe, tomorrow you'll skip yoga/gossip hour and wear your comfy pants climbing instead. Your sense inner peace might fare better on the side of a boulder instead of listening to endless talk about inner peace.

  • Better Butter heavy jersey fabric is insanely soft, and it wicks moisture to help you stay comfy
  • Semi-fitted shape is performance-ready without being skin-tight
  • Flatlock seams won't irritate your skin
  • Low-profile waistband won't bunch up or get in your way during deep stretches

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4 5

Interesting Fit...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Picked these up for my girlfriend and got her feedback: She usually wears a size medium in Mountain Hardwear and while these fit perfectly in the legs, the waist was HUGE. This would seem to be a good design for someone needing extra room in the hips or with a very curvy build. Other than that, the only reason she would give these 4 stars instead of 5 was due to a poorly placed seam running along the front of the leg that she said was uncomfortable against the knee.

1 5


Absolutely huge. 5'5", 112 lbs. About 5 inches to big around waist, unstretched! Nothing to help keep them up either. Mountain Hardwear usually runs a bit smaller than some brands. May have got a mis marked pair.