Leave your troubles behind.
Once the workweek is over, it's time to slip on your Klattermusen Women's Misty Pants and ditch the city for some outdoor adventures. These technical pants are rugged enough to withstand your roughest ascents while offering enough comfort to wear any time you're enjoying nature.
WindStretch fabric blocks out howling gusts and intermittent rain and snow, and Duracoat reinforcements at the seat and knees beef up durability and water-resistance where you need it most. Plus, it's engineered with plenty of stretch to ensure unrestricted movement when you're scrambling up boulder fields and tackling technical stretches of trail.
- Backcountry Exclusive
- Weather-resistant pants for technical excursions
- WindStretch fabric protects without limiting mobility
- Duracoat reinforcements at seat and knees
- Curved leg seam decreases wear on inner lower legs
- Elasticated waist offers a customizable fit
- Zippered pockets secure small items
- Item #KLA000Z
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 170lbs
These pants are pretty incredible. I haven't worn them on any extended segment hiking trips but I have worn them paddling and on day hikes. They are so comfortable that I wore them on an international flight to France and they felt like pjs. They block wind and rain and I love the reinforcements on the rear and knees. These pants are totally worth it and I can't imaging they will wear quickly. I ordered a large. I have a very athletic build, booty, and quads.
Great durable hiking pants
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: S
- Height: 5'0"
- Weight: 110lbs
These pants are the stretchiest and most durable pants I own currently. I absolute love wearing these climbing because of the reinforced knees and seat area - I never have to worry about abrasion and tearing against rocks. I also love that the ankle can be tightened with the elastic loop. Overall, my #1 climbing pants. The pants are great for hiking as well as they are thick and can keep my legs warmer than other pants. The one downside is that there is a clip on the hip area where a backpack hip strap usually goes. If the pants aren't adjusted correctly this can sometimes get in the way. To be honest the pants fit me just fine without clipping that adjustment strap, so often times I'll just leave it un-clipped, and it doesn't bother me.