Weight 1 lb 3 oz / 529 g
Inseam 30 in, 32 in, 34 in / 76 cm
Body Fabric Twill 2L

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Men's Returnia Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Pant is an insulated, waterproof pant for skiing your way through the season. The Dry Q; fabric prevents Snow and other forms of water from soaking their way through, so you're dry and comfortable throughout the day. A fleece lining keeps things warm and toasty while the powder gaiter prevents Snow from getting into your boots. Equipped with a Recco; reflector for avalanche rescue. Features of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia 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 Key clip 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 Dry Q waterproof, breathable Technology keeps you dry in a variety of conditions Soft, brushed fleece lining on waist, knees and seat

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Men's Mountain Hardwear Returnia Pants are great ski or snowboarding pants at a great price. Made out of DryQ fabric, a revolutionary waterproof breathable system. DryQ allows air, not just moisture, to pass outward so it starts breathing right away, not just after you get hot. Zippered thigh vents let you cool off when things heat up. Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets and a thigh pocket give you plenty of storage for your essentials. An internal powder cuff seals around your boot to keep the snow out. Ambush edge guards protect the pants from ski edges or crampons with durable fabric. A micro-chamois lined adjustable waist lets you fine tune the fit. Mountain Hardwear Returnia Pants are some of the best ski or snowboard pants at a great value. Available Color(s): Black, Utility Green. Material: Downhill Twill Two Layer DryQ. Inseams: 32 inch. Average weight: 1 lbs 3 oz (529 g)

- Tahoe Mountain Sports refers to the men's version

Whether you're choosing your powder line after a fresh dump or doing laps at the resort on a bluebird day in April, the Mountain Hardwear Returnia Pants for men will keep you coming back for more. These durable, waterproof and windproof ski shell pants are ready for any conditions, in a lightweight, breathable design that will keep you in your happy place. Thigh vents let you dump heat when you're hiking for your turns, while edge guards provide added durability around them pant hems, and powder cuffs prevent you from "snowing" your pants. Dry.Q Core technology delivers waterproof performance, whether you yardsaled in hip-deep powder or you're stuck on a lift while a storm is in progress.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

Not all of us need (or want) form-fitting ski britches, snow pants that look like jeans, or trousers with more pockets than a pool table. Built for the minimalist, the Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Shell Pants feature a design ideal for skiers more interested in actually skiing than faking it. The Dry Q Core two-layer membrane is designed to keep you dry inside and out whether you're getting your turns at the resort or in the backcountry, and two zippered thigh vents allow you ditch excess heat when you're working your way up the skintrack. Internal boot gaiters prevent snow from flying up your pants when you're center-punching fresh lines, and the fleece-lined waistband features belt loops as well as hook-and-loop adjusters, so you can dial in the perfect fit. Meanwhile, edge guards keep your cuffs intact in the face of ski edges and boots, and a hidden Recco reflector may give ski patrol a hand if you're caught in an in-bounds slide.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version