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The Mountain Hardwear Men's Mount Mackenzie Softshell Pant is a versatile pant for skiing. Featuring breathable softshell fabric, these pants were designed to move with you in your favorite on mountain adventures. DWR treatments shed away snow and rain, keeping you dry and comfortable. Thigh length side zippers rapidly dump heat and provide extra ventilation on mild days. Waist and ankle adjusters allow for a personalized for with any equipment.
Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Rated 4 out of
Excellent pants; run a little small for me[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am intentionally including information about fit to help prospective online purchasers. I am 6' tall, male, and weighed about 214 when I first purchased these; I weigh about 195 when I'm in tip-top shape which tends to happen at the end of a week-long summer backpacking trip only .With pants, I typically wear a large or an extra large. I initially purchased size large in army green. They fit rather tightly around the thighs (which are big an muscular) and the hips (glutes also big, muscular and fat). My wife said I looked like a "disco-matador" (picture Saturday-Night-Fever John Travolta fighting a bull) in them. They are supposed to fit snugly, but this was too much. I sent them back and ended up with an extra large in the slate color (no green on sale in that size). My weight is down to about 207. They are a little baggy in the legs and fit great in the waist (with the pull on the adjustable elastic maxed out) and hips. The large size might have fit perfectly if I was at 195; can't say for sure. Easy to get a long base layer under them now. I have skied twice in them, both times on back-country tours. The first was a spring-like, sunny, February day in the Sierra with a very light capilene base layer under the pants. A tad warm skinning up the hill. The thigh vents worked great! The second was a wintery March day (for the Sierra; overcast, very windy, air temp around freezing); the pants and a heavier base layer kept me comfy and provided ample wind protection. They have a nice stretch to them, good zipped pockets, long thigh vents that open completely through the pants, belt loops to help keep them on, and you can adjust the waist with elastic bands that velcro under the belt loops. They work great, they didn't fall apart on the first two outings, the DWR coating seems to work fine, they afford some wind protection, and they are comfortable. Rating the durability seems disingenuous at this juncture. I gave them 4 stars out of 5 because, for my body, I couldn't find the perfect fit. Maybe it'll be better for folks who are carrying some extra weight. I recommend these pants to backcountry skiers, but I would have been very uncomfortable paying the steep retail price. Not necessarily that they're not worth it, but I am not rich and it seems a lot for me to spend on a pair of pants.
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Bottoms
30 - 31"
32 - 34"
36 - 38"
40 - 42"
36 - 38"
38 - 40"
42 - 44"
46 - 48"
HOW to MEASURE WAIST: For your waist circumference, measure around the narrowest part of the waist, also called the Natural Waist, keeping the tape parallel to the ground.
HIP: For your hip circumference, measure around the widest part of the hips / seat / bottom, keeping the tape parallel to the ground.
* Please note that all size info provided corresponds to equivalent body measurements, not the dimensions of the garment.
MOUNTAIN HARDWEAR FIT GUIDE Mountain Hardwear clothing and outerwear is available in four fits. Each is designed to meet different needs for movement, protection and versatility depending on activity. Check the PRODUCT FEATURES and SPECIFICATIONS for the fit type of a style.
BODY FIT: Body-hugging fit for aerobic activities. Ideal for running, skate skiing and next-to-skin layering.
ACTIVE FIT: Trim fit, just loose enough for laying and freedom of movement. Ideal for backcountry skiing, climbing, mountaineering and running.
STANDARD FIT: Not too tight, not too loose. Standard fitting styles will fit over base and mid-layers without restricting movement. Ideal for backpacking, hiking, travel and work.
RELAXED FIT: A roomier and more progressive fit, relaxed styles might have a longer length than a standard fit and a softer drape. Ideal for backpacking, hiking, skiing and hanging out.
Mountain Hardwear Limited Lifetime Warranty
What Does the Mountain Hardwear Limited Lifetime Warranty Cover?
Mountain Hardwear's Limited Lifetime Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for the practical lifetime of Mountain Hardwear brand products manufactured by Mountain Hardwear or its affiliates. Only original, unaltered, and unmodified materials and workmanship are covered by their policy. The limited lifetime warranty does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, improper care, misuse, accident, neglect, or the natural breakdown of materials over time. Products should be returned to Mountain Hardwear for evaluation. Items with defects in materials and workmanship will be repaired or a Virtual Merchandise Credit will be issued. Damages due to improper care or accident may be repaired at a reasonable rate. This policy is applicable to United States customers only.
How Long Does the Limited Warranty Last?
This Limited Lifetime Warranty lasts for the practical life of the product. Coverage ends if you sell or transfer the product. Proof of purchase may be required.
What Will Mountain Hardwear Do?
Their Warranty Department will inspect the product at no charge to you. If the Warranty Department determines, in its sole discretion, that the product has a defect covered under this Limited Warranty, they will repair or issue a Virtual Merchandise Credit equivalent to the MSRP value within approximately four weeks of inspection. Depending on the season or product, it may take longer to repair certain items. Mountain Hardwear will discard your product if your product is covered under their limited warranty policy. If you would like your original product returned instead of a Virtual Merchandise Credit, please check the box on the printable warranty form or call them no later than 10 days after you ship your product at 800-953-8398.
How Do You Get Warranty Services?
You may seek resolution directly through the retailer where you purchased the product, such as this website. In many cases, the retailer will be able to assist you.
US Customers - You can send your product to Mountain Hardwear, however, you will need to fill out the warranty form found on their WARRANTY PAGE, where you will also find a shipping address for returning your product.
International Customers - Visit the Mountain Hardwear WARRANTY PAGE to find information to assist you through the warranty process.
Please note that by law, products must be cleaned prior to sending. Items received by Mountain Hardwear that are deemed insufficiently cleaned will be returned to the customer unprocessed.