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Where it’s hot as Hades and raining cats and dogs, the Typhoon excels.

Keep dry and mobile when you wear the fully waterproof Mountain Hardwear Typhoon Pant to trek through the wettest climates on the planet. The Gore-Tex Paclite material is tough, lightweight, and extremely breathable for rain-soaked romps through the equatorial jungle. Reinforced edge guards protect the pant material as you slip and slide your way through the muddy forest. When the clouds break above the canopy, unzip the ¾-length side zippers and easily remove the Typhoon from your hot legs.

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4 5

Super lightweight and waterproof

I have both the Typhoon jacket and pants- and wore them on a recent trip to climb Mt. Rainier. They work well as a super lightweight and waterproof shell layer - not to mention windproof. Keep in mind these are a bare-bones shell - no lining or insulation. Also I know GoreTex is supposed to be breathable- but not really- so don't be surprised if you find yourself sweating up a rain forest inside. There are side zips on the pants so you can vent them appropriately. I previously had the MH Pinnacle Pants and traded them in for these because the Pinnacle only had ankle zips and the Typhoon's have 3/4 length zips. Let me tell you- it's so much easier getting the Typhoon's over a pair of double plastic boots. The Pinnacle also had built in boot gaiters- but considering I was always wearing mountaineering gaiters over them I didn't need them. I prefer the weight savings of the Typhoon pants which are 7 oz. lighter. My only complaint is that the Typhoon pant is not sized well for use as over-pants. I'm a 36 waist so I originally got the large. They were way too tight over my softshell pants. So I had to return them for an XL.

the '07 have taped seams... are these...

the '07 have taped seams... are these really not taped or is that a typo?

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Matthew W. These do have taped seams. It is a typo. Anything that is GoreTex is "Guaranteed to keep you Dry" and that means taped seams. Hope this info helps!