Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander Pant
1 lb 3 oz / 530 g
32 in / 81 cm
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Winter Wander Pant FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Winter Wander Pant Updated: Style lines Wide, low-profile waistband for long-wearing comfort under a pack Durable, four-way stretch nylon fabric provides excellent range of motion Front hand pockets Secure side zip pocket Full-length inseam gusset for mobility Adjustable drawcord cuffs for quick fit adjustments DWR finish repels water UPF 50 SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Winter Wander Pant Apparel Fit: Semi-Fitted Average Weight: 1 lb 2 oz / 518 g Inseam: 30, 32, 34in. / 76, 81, 86 cm Body: TufStretch (58% nylon, 31% polyester, 11% elastane)
The Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander pant is designed to shed dirt, snow, and water. With a touch of stretch and full inseam gusset, this durable pant keeps you comfortable on brisk winter hikes.
The Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander Pant is designed to repel the elements, keeping you comfortable so you can focus on your adventures. Snowshoeing, hiking, or just horsing around, these pants are the ideal winter pant! Updated style lines Wide, low-profile waistband for long-wearing comfort under a pack Durable, four-way stretch nylon fabric provides excellent range of motion Front hand pockets Side cargo pocket with zip stores snacks, keys, other small essentials Full-length inseam gusset for mobility Adjustable drawcord cuffs for quick fit adjustments DWR finish repels water UPF 50
Sleet, snow, or sunshine, the Men's Winter Wander Softshell Pant fends off the elements so you can enjoy a cold winter day on your snowshoes or hiking boots. When you toss on a pack and start to explore the woods, you'll appreciate how the low-profile waistband doesn't get in the way of the bottom of your bag and how the four-way stretch material flexes as you trudge through deep snow.