Mountain Hardwear Returnia Insulated Pant
1 lb 9 oz / 710 g
30 in, 32 in, 34 in / 76 cm
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With Thermal.Q insulation for when it gets chilly and venting for when it heats up, Mountain Hardwear Returnia men's snow pants have the versatility for all of winter's moods.
- REI refers to the men's version
The Mountain Hardwear Returnia Insulated Pant is a versatile, featured ski pant with waterproof protection. With Thermal.Q insulation for when it gets chilly and venting for when it heats up, the Returnia Insulated Pant has versatility for all of winter's moods. A Dry.Q shell provides wind and water resistance, while a soft mesh fleece lining on the waist, knees, and seat keep the lift ride comfortable.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Features of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Insulated Pant Tricot fleece-lined hand pockets, waistband, seat and knees Adjustable elastic waistband with Velcro tabs THigh pocket with covered reverse-coil zipper Zippered interior tHigh vents Thermal Q synthetic Insulation traps heat and retains warmth even when wet Dry Q waterproof, breathable Technology keeps you dry in a variety of conditions Soft, brushed fleece lining on waist, knees and seat Right tHigh zip pocket Fits map or snacks Powder gaiter keeps boots dry in deep Snow Durable scuff guard to prevent wear and tear Built in Recco reflector aids inbounds rescues Key clip
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Cover your ass. It's a code to live by when you head out into the mountains come winter time, and there's no better way than with the Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Insulated Pants. Their Dry. Q membrane keeps your keester dry, and the fully taped seams prevent moisture from seeping through when you melt through snow at lightning-fast speeds on your skis or board. Thermal. Q insulation makes lift rides seem a helluva lot shorter, since your legs will be warm, and the internal boot gaiters keep your socks dry when you've made it your personal mission to flatten out every last stash of fresh snow on your home mountain.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version