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Mountain Hardwear
Stretch Ozonic Pant - Women's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review


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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear Stretch Ozonic Pant

Mountain Hardwear’s Stretch Ozonic Pant provides exceptional waterproof protection to keep us dry during our rainy-day adventures. With its recycled construction, we are provided with a waterproof shell that keeps our lower bodies dry and our minds at ease, while the 3/4 length side zips ease entry and exit when we're mid-hike.


  • Versatile waterproof pants for hiking, daily commutes, and beyond
  • Built with a fully recycled shell fabric for eco-friendly comfort
  • The Dry.Q 2.5-layer shell offers excellent protection against the elements
  • Features an elastic waistband with an adjustable drawcord
  • ¾-length side zips help ease entry and exit
  • A front zippered pocket keeps small essentials secure
  • Item #MHWZA1L
Responsible Collection
[membrane/laminate] Dry.Q (2.5-layer), [face fabric] 50D 100% recycled polyester ripstop
Leg Opening
elastic, snap
2 zippered front, 2 zippered side
elastic, drawcord
Side Zips
3/4-length zipper
Claimed Weight
hiking, casual, travel, commuting, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

May 2, 2024

3/4 side zip is not easy on/off

The pant itself was comfortable, very lightweight, and waterproof on a 8 mile drenching hike BUT the 3/4 length side zipper is not easy to get off. My boots were covered with mud when I tried to get these off without remove my boots and I got mud all over them. Make these full zip off on the sides. Another person on my hike had full side zips and was able to remover her pants easily and without getting mud on them.

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