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The mud-loving, long-leaping, high-stepping Mountain Hardwear Women’s Yuma Pant will never hold you back on the trail or wall. Made from durable yet lightweight and stretchy softshell with DWR and lined with sweat-wicking and soft brushed mesh, this pant protects you from the weather and from clammy discomfort. A full-length gusset lets you do the splits if that's your thing; it's that accommodating. A drawcord hem lets you cinch the legs to seal out elements or ankle-biting pests, and a micro-chamois inner waistband and drawcord give you precision fit for everyday comfort.

  • Durable and lightweight Switchback II Softshell with DWR coating stretches for freedom of mobility, repels water, and breathes for cool, dry comfort
  • Soft brushed polyester mesh lining feels great next to skin and wicks away sweat for all-day comfort
  • Soft drawcord at waist provides easy everyday fit
  • Micro-Chamois inside seamless conical waistband provides soft, chafe-free comfort under a pack
  • Full-length inseam gusset increases comfortable mobility for rock-hopping and high-stepping
  • Adjustable drawcord hidden inside hem cinches pant leg to keep out pests, debris, or cold or to shorten in muddy conditions
  • Side cargo and two hand pockets secure essentials

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5 5

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I love these pants! They are very comfortable and fit great. They have just enough stretch to allow for all kinds of activities. I wore them while hiking a 14'er in CO last summer and couldn't have been happier. On the way down we got caught in a sleet storm and although these pants are lightweight, they were water resistant and kept me warm. That's an A++ in my book! I will buy more when they become available again. For reference I'm 5'11" and 156 lbs. and bought a size 10. They are perfect length and fit.

5 5

*Love* these pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

I purchased these pants for climbing and I am extremely satisfied with them. Actually I liked them so much that I bought a second pair. The full length gusset and stretchy fabric make them perfect for climbing. The material resists water and dries very quickly. They are light weight and have a really comfy waistband with draw string so you can get just the right fit.

They do run a wee bit on the large side but the fit is really forgiving. My first pair were a size 4 which was a bit big but I still get a secure fit because of the draw string. The second pair (size 2) fit perfectly. The legs have elastic drawstrings with a nice little "garage" for the cord hidden in the leg. On hot days you can pull the drawstrings and wear them at capri length.

Overall, I'm really happy with these pants and I expect that I'll use them frequently.

Mountain Hardware Yuma Pants

Mountain Hardware Yuma Pants

Taking a break at Spray Park during our 9-day Wonderland Trail trip.

5 5

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

These are the most comfortable pants both because of their cut and the material they are made of.

They are lightly water repellent which is great if you are caught in a short light shower but they are not water prooof so they do get soaked if you don't put raingear over them in rain. On the other hand they dry super fast.

I wear them on day hikes as well as multi day trips 3 seasons of the year. I tend to run cold so even with baselayer underneath they are not warm enough for me during winter but I love them for hiking, backpacking and climbing during the rest of the year.

I loved the original Yuma pants with two cargo pockets and legs that could be zipped off at the calf level. It was the best design I ever owned as far as hiking pants go.

The zippers later moved to the knee level where they did not feel comfortable. I could feel them while walking and after prolonged period they left rub marks on my skin. For that reason I opted for the non convertible version and for a while I was happy again.

When my third pair of Yuma pants arrived I noticed they only had one pocket. At first I thought it was a production error; however after a quick internet check, I realized this was the newest design.

I am not sure why Mountain Hardwear decided to go with one pocket; whichever reason they might have had, their decision ruined the pants for me. The two zipped cargo pockets were a great feature that set these pants aside from competition. I frequently used both of them. The new design in this respect is average and after 10 happy years with Yumas sent me on a market to look for different pants.