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Mountain Hardwear AP Pant - Women's

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AP Pant

Whether you're on pitch 4 or mile 8 of your adventure, the Mountain Hardwear AP Pants keep you comfortable. The cotton-nylon blend is breathable yet durable, built to withstand the abrasive nature of technical terrain. The full-gusset design ensures you can make big moves as you climb, while harness-friendly construction keeps you comfortable throughout the day. Articulated knees won't bunch when you take a high step to get through a scramble, and the slim leg stays out of your way and can be rolled up and secured with a snap.

  • Comfortable pants for technical terrain
  • Cotton blend is lightweight and breathable
  • Synthetic fibers increase durability
  • Full gusset allows you to move freely
  • Articulated knees eliminate bunching
  • Slim leg features a roll-up hem
  • Item #MHW01AA

Material
75% cotton, 23% nylon, 2% elastane
Fit
standard
Inseam
30in, 32in, 34in
Pockets
2 hand, 2 back, 1 thigh
Waist
belt loops
Gusseted Crotch
yes
Claimed Weight
7.2oz
Recommended Use
casual, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Perfect for bouldering

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
10x30
Height
5` 7"
Weight
155 lbs

I love the style and cut of these pants. I too enjoy a tomboy-ish pant but men's pants don't fit my body and most women's pants are cropped, don't have pockets, etc. etc. These are like the holy grail though—real pockets (and more than one!), full-length, super functional. They have a slight stretch and articulated knees, so they're great for climbing and bouldering but they also look like regular pants (from crag to club? probably more like crag to brewery but you get the idea...) I'm in between sizes (according to their size chart), and initially ordered the larger size. They were massive on me, but exchanged for the next size down and the size fits great. If you're in between sizes, I suggest sizing down.

Did you size down to a 10 or an 8?

>Rating: 5

Tom boyishly still a girl though

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
10 x 30

I love these because of the durability, slightly baggy feel and look. Room to move but stay up where I want them! Fairly decent depth in the pockets. I always think I want to like mens pants because the style is more my thing but when it comes down to it they will never fit right on this woman body. I’ll try men’s pants on and continue to say NO every time! Love that they’re not the typical women’s cut, they are the way I always wished a men’s pant would fit me. I would love if they did a similar cut with a different variation of pockets. ❤️❤️ ***These pants are true to size for me in the waist. I can understand how some people may say they run large or they’re just too big. If you’re looking for something that’s a little more snug everywhere including up between the legs 😉 then these are not the pants for you!

>Rating: 3

Size 2 is still too big

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
2
Height
5` 3"
Weight
115 lbs

I am 5'3" and 115lbs and was stoked to wear out these pants. But the fit is weird and baggy and too big at the hips. I wanted so badly to convince myself that they fit, but they don't. If there were a size 1, I'd take it. But until then, they just don't make these pants for small people.

>Rating: 4

Great Long Pant - Swishy

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

Being a hiker/camper/Fisherwoman my wife needs a light weight and functional pair of long pants that can keep up with her. These do just the trick! We went down there and she caught a trout this big! her only complaint was that the long pats were a bit "swishy sounding". But i dont think the fish can hear it!