Price Paid: retail
I can't recommend these enough. Awesome pant!!!
I'm a avid outdoorsman and spend a lot of time in the backcountry. I do most of backpacking in the winter and have tested these pants to the max. They have never failed me. I've gone through many different brands and types of clothing and these are the best pants for staying warm.
I don't recommend hiking or climbing in them unless it is very very cold because they are very warm.
Fabric: Fifteen-denier nylon
Fill: ThermicMicro™ polyester
Although I tend to chill relatively easily, I've used these pants on several trips when temps were in the upper 20's to low 30's, and have found them to be quite comfortable. The side zips make them easy to put on and take off, even with heavy boots, and if you overheat, you can open them up and vent. I use them primarily for lounging around camp, and to sleep in, thus allowing me to carry a lighter sleeping bag.
Reasonably ample zippered pockets with fleece lining provide secure storage and a touch of luxury.
Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant
currently retails for:
$159.95 - $175.00
where to buy:
1 lb 5 oz / 592 g
32 in / 81 cm
20D Nylon Rip
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