Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear Powder Quest Pant
As we suit up for the slopes on days when the snow just keeps coming down, we wear our Mountain Hardwear Powder Quest Pants. The synthetic insulation creates a lofty barrier between us and the icy winter air, and the waterproof construction ensures we stay dry no matter how much snow accumulates. The stretch fabric moves naturally, allowing us to slash, smear, and smudge our way through the deepest stashes of powder.
- Insulated snow pants for the coldest, deepest days of winter
- 60g of synthetic insulation keeps us warm on frigid powder days
- Stretch fabric allows for complete freedom of movement
- Nylon kickpatches reinforce the hems of our pants for maximum durability
- Internal snow gaiter keeps flying snow from infiltrating our baselayers
- Zippered thigh vents with mesh backing circulate air so we stay comfortable
- Four total pockets give us plenty of options to stash essentials
- Regular fit maintains a low profile and layers over our baselayers
- Item #MHWZ9Q3
- 90% polyester, 10% elastane
- 60g synthetic
- [short] 30in, [regular] 32in, [long] 34in
- 2 front, 2 thigh
- 1 zippered thigh
- adjustable, hook and loop, belt loops
- Cuff Closure
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 7.5oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- ski, snowboard
4 based on 1 ratings
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October 27, 2022
Super comfortable and great quality
I love these pants. They are so comfortable, but still provide the warmth that is needed. I got this with the matching coat and both are great quality and have a great overall fit. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is that the color on the pants isn’t 100% accurate. The fabric on the lower-inner leg is shown as black in the photos online, but is the same color as the rest of the pants in person. I personally like the black better, so I was slightly disappointed about this, but if you don’t mind that detail, then these are worth the purchase.
Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.com
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