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The North Face Mountain Pant
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
What do you expect from these pants? They run a little large ,but there's a reason for this,you're going to need some insulating layer for colder days. I ditched the suspenders they come with in favor of some clip on type which are much less convoluted. Other than that these are a good outer shell pants with plenty of pockets and good styling features,they are well made and goofy suspenders aside the only thing I wish they had are vents.
Good Quality, Fit Loose
The pant is lined. I bought it for skiing. I debate between this pant and the Meru bib. I tried the Meru in a store. It is better fit than this mountain pant.
I did check with the sales about the performance fit and the alpine fit of the 2 pants. The BC staff told me the performance fit is slimmer. That's not true. This pant is looser than Meru bib. Make sure you try them before you buy.
I am 5'6 and 135lb. I bought S. The length is OK. Just looser than I expected. And the the BC staff was not very knowledgeable about the products.
The quality feels good but not more than that. It is not as good as a 3-layer pro-shell. You can easily feel the big difference.
mtn pant. Tried them on at REI today, liked...
mtn pant. Tried them on at REI today, liked them as well as the sale price but too long for me. Will be used for skiing. Are they made in a shorter inseam?
Did you try them on with ski boots? The leg openings on these pants are usually sized so that the go over a boot, but will not hang down over the heel or anything. Basically they may be a little long on your leg, but you won't be walking on them.
I am happy these pants for only 20%.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I am pleased with these pants for only 20%.
The quality of material and seams good.
I am surprised, how pant of the same size can be different?
I have a lot of pants TNF, I always buy a size M pants and sit on me all perfect.
But these pants in addition to what they gave me small, so they are still short.
Inserts for knees , located above them.
Inseam - regular 32", inseam actual - 31".
Without base layer in them cold at -10C, if only to run and quickly climb up the mountain with a backpack of 60 liters in them more comfortable.
In TNF Cotopaxi pant, at -10C I feel comfortable, in TNF Fargo Gargo pant at -10C is warm.
I will go return.
Fit is on the small side...
These are really nice pants, but do believe the other reviewers, they run small. I am 5'6" and weigh 155 and they fit a bit snug across my butt. What makes the snug fit even worse is the fleece like lining that velcro's/sticks to your long underwear. The don't slide freely and are grabby. If the lining was more slick this would greatly improve these pants. Another gripe is the bibs, they are a pain to figure out and don't function as well as they could if the had more than two attachment points. It would be great if they came in a shorter inseam also. 4 stars...
I'm debating getting these pants or the...
I'm debating getting these pants or the Mammut Stoney pant. Which is better for backcountry/skinning? Could really use help
Worked in -19 degre temps at 14,265'
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Used these for a winter opener hike up Quandy peak and they performed flawlessly!
size small, lined pant, have full side zips
I returned these because they were too small (large did not fit my 34 in waist), fit too slim, the suspenders are useless, and don't really need full side zips for cruising the groomed slopes. Are you really ever going to need to make an equipment change that involves removing your snow pants while on the mountain?
Great wind/water resistance
I really enjoy these and they do as advertised, I have only ran into one problem with them the pockets are kinda fragile they are bonded together not sown.
Sizes small, tight fit
I have a 34 inch waist and the Large was very snug. Not much room to move in the legs either. These have full length visible side zips which are not visible in the photo. The materials appear to be very good. Would size up two for proper fit with these. Interestingly, other TNF products do not seem to run this small.
hugging a waterfall
Stayed completely dry thanks to the NF mountain pant.
hugging a waterfall
Stayed completely dry thanks to the NFL mountain pant.
Quality Ski Pant
Keep you dry and breath really well. They do ride a little high for my preference, but you can't have everything. I like em a lot.
Small in Waist
The pants were great really liked them, but they don't run true to size in the waist. I had to return them because they were just to tight in the waist.
TNF Mountain Pant
These pants Rock! I live in western Washington and i wanted a pant that will survive our soggy days. I wore these pants on a stormy day riding my quad in the mountains. the forcast was for 1.5inches of rain. we rode all day and i went through many 3ft deep puddles and had waves of water splashing me over and over all day. not a drop of water got through these pants. my friend was soaked through his gear in about the first hour. I have also taken these pants on many snowshoe trips (day and overnight). the full zip feature is great for easy on and off without taking off your snowshoes, and seconds as vents. I would recomend this pant for anyone that is looking for a pant that will not allow water in no matter what. However I do wish they were not insulated so i could wear them in the summer too.
A good rugged and comfortable ski pant....
The best, period
The best ski pants I've ever owned. Fit, finish and flex are perfect. Warm without the bulk, yet comfortable on spring days - just leave your long johns at home. Everything works as advertised, or better. Worth every penny, buy these.
Hello. Have this pant YKK zips?
Hello. Have this pant YKK zips?
When will back country get mediums in?...
When will back country get mediums in? Every pant i go to buy lately they havent had any mediums
Lincoln, try the "Chat Now" feature or call the toll free number. Inventory questions tend to sit for long periods of time without answers.