Mountain Hardwear - Stretch Ozonic Pant - Hardshell pants

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Design:
Hardshell pants
Material:
Dry.Q Active 40D 2.5L stretch (100% polyamide)
Venting:
via the side zips
Closure:
Zip + button; side zips over the complete length
Pockets:
1 cargo zip pocket
Weight:
276 g (in medium size)
Dimensions:
S - XXL
Extras:
partly elastic waistband with integrated belt
Item No.:
007-0362
Product description
Don't get caught out in the rain unprepared. Take along the lightweight Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Ozonic Pants and hike with confidence. A DWR treatment on the Dry.Q Active stretch material helps to shed moisture and lets your body release its own natural moisture. The full-length side zippers make these pants easy to get on and off when you need to make a change, and the loops at the cuffs help with keeping everything sealed and in place.

  • Dry.Q Active 2.5-layer stretch softshell outer
  • DWR treatment
  • Four-way stretch
  • Regular fit
  • Full-length side zippers
  • Adjustable integrated webbing belt
  • Loops at leg cuffs
  • Zippered thigh pocket
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by Rolf helpful

Reissverschlüsse wirken nicht wasserdicht.

Hallo zusammen,

suchte einen Ersatz für meine Berghaus Paclite Pants, bei der nach ca. 10 Jahren intensiven Gebrauchs die Reissverschlüsse aufgegeben haben. Hatte die Mountain Equipment Firelant Pants bestellt, wollte dann aber doch durchgehende Reissverschlüsse haben - sind mit (Wander)schuhen einfach praktischer. Bei dieser Hose, der Mountain Hardware, wirken die Reissverschlüsse nicht mal richtig wasserabweisend, und beim RV vorne in der Mitte wirkt das am wenigsten vertrauensvoll... Daher ungebraucht zurückgeschickt. Den Praxistest müssen andere liefern; ich bin dann doch zur Paclite Pant von Berghaus zurückgekehrt und habe mir zum ersten Mal ein Stück zum zweiten Mal bestellt.

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