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Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander Pant

photo: Mountain Hardwear Winter Wander Pant soft shell pant


Price MSRP: $100.00
Historic Range: $20.36-$109.95
Weight 1 lb 3 oz / 530 g
Inseam 32 in / 81 cm
Body Fabric TufStretch™
Lining Fabric Micro-Chamois™
Price MSRP: $100.00
Historic Range: $42.56-$110.00
Reviewers Paid: $60.00
Weight 1 lb 0 oz / 460 g
Inseam 31.5 in / 80 cm
Body Fabric TufStretch™
Lining Fabric Micro-Chamois™


1 review
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My favourite hiking pant! Try them, you won't be disappointed.


  • Very durable
  • Look great
  • So comfortable
  • Abrasion resistant


  • Haven't found any!!!!

I found these pants on sale a couple years ago and thought I would give them a try. Wow, sure glad I bought them. I absolutely love them!

As they are named 'Winter Wander Pant' don't let that mislead you. Yes, they are great for winter as they are a little thicker than your average pant (as compared to the Marmot scree for ex.) but they are great for all year use when out hiking in the mountains.  

As we all know, it's not as warm in the higher elevations and I have never overheated in these in the summer. They have a great 4-way stretch and the comfort level can't be beat. They are also extremely durable as I have been wearing them so much these past couple years and they still look brand new.

Needless to say I have bought a second pair in a different colour and these are my two faithful pants to take on any backcountry trek. I also wear them around town in the cooler months as they just look flattering and don't have that "hiking pant' look to them. Great product!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $60 on sale


Welcome to Trailspace, Dianne. Thanks for sharing your pants review. I have the same one, also found on a sale rack a number of years ago. I like mine for winter hiking and cross-country skiing.

8 years ago

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