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Sleet, snow, or sunshine, the Men's Winter Wander Softshell Pant fends off the elements so you can enjoy a cold winter day on your snowshoes or hiking boots. When you toss on a pack and start to explore the woods, you'll appreciate how the low-profile waistband doesn't get in the way of the bottom of your bag and how the four-way stretch material flexes as you trudge through deep snow.

  • Semi-fitted cut cuts down on bulk without inhibiting your ability to layer underneath
  • TufStretch fabric balances durability with flexibility so you can move around on the trail without feeling held back
  • Wide, low-profile waistband won't interfere with a pack when you're going for high-mileage hikes
  • Full-length inseam gusset allows for full range of motion in the legs and crotch
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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I love these pants. They themselves are not warm, infact I'd say some cotton pants I have are warmer. However, they are incredibly weatherproof. If I'm going to shovel snow, I wear these. If it's going to rain or snow (or somewhere in between), I wear these. If I'm going to be active outside in the snow, I wear these. I've ever worn them skiing and they did great (obviously not the same level as real ski pants, but not too far off). They are very comfortable and have a great stretch to them. I'm sure once the snow melts I'll be climbing and bouldering in these things too.

I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for an all around useful pant that you can wear around and look normal yet still protect yourself from the elements.

Did I mention that I've washed them several times and they still look brand new?

For sizing: Mountain Hardwear pants run slightly big in my experience. I usually default to 32 and don't need a belt, but with these I do.

Couldn't ask for a better climbing pant.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

These aren't stifling on sunny approaches, and are surprisingly warm when matched with a base-layer, they cut the wind superbly and have the right amount of stretch for climbing. I've worn them winter climbing in NH and been on the summit of Mt. Washington in 70 MPH winds with the ambient temp at 5 and not even had to put on hardshell pants. Of course they were matched with a OR Radiant Hybrid one piece base layer which is stupid warm. Either way they are wicked good pants, yep.


    Bought these for snow shoeing, winter hiking, and dog walking. The lack of internal cuff to keep snow out is a bummer, but not a deal breaker. For pants that are labeled as 'water resistant' I found them to be very dry. Wore them for extended periods in rain and they never soaked through.

    Not very warm but still nice pants.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The facts as I found them: These are not fleeced or insulated at all. The are quite water proof after 2 washings. The large is roomy on my 36" waist. Stains and scuffs wipe off with a damp cloth. Best part is their stretchy fabric which has made them my go to pants for wearing long underwear with for winter hikes. I like the side thigh zip pocket for glasses and/or keys. No other pockets have zips. They look more like jeans or regular pants than technical pants--a plus for me.