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Men's Piero™ Utility Pant

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http://www.mountainhardwear.com/mens-piero-utility-pant-1625131.html 1625131

Summary

Climbing pant made from comfortable, abrasion-resistant stretch fabric. These pants are worth buying in two colors. Versatile, tough against rock and brush and made for unencumbered movement when climbing, hiking, or doing just about anything else outside. Blended fabric is 95% nylon, for incredible durability, and 5% elastane, for excellent mobility.
$90.00
Style# 1625131
product.components.activity: Rock Climbing, Casual / Travel

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 9.5 oz / 269 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - -
  • Good For: - Rock Climbing -
  • Good For: - Casual / Travel -

Summary

Climbing pant made from comfortable, abrasion-resistant stretch fabric. These pants are worth buying in two colors. Versatile, tough against rock and brush and made for unencumbered movement when climbing, hiking, or doing just about anything else outside. Blended fabric is 95% nylon, for incredible durability, and 5% elastane, for excellent mobility.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: 95% Nylon, 5% Elastane

Measurements

  • Inseam: 30,32,34
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 9.5 oz / 269 g

    Details

  • Reinforced knees panels
  • UPF 50
  • DWR Finish
  • 5-pocket styling
  • Stretch

Reviews

Men's Piero™ Utility Pant is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable & Functional Tough enough to take on natures challenges. Hiking, bushwacking, scrambling, kickin' back at camp or even around town...you can't go wrong with the Piero Utility's.
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough and comfy Had these about a year now and worn them both hiking in cascades and around town. They work great for both. I've got the mustard(ish) color (no longer listed). They are a bit straighter cut on the bottom, but they do go over a normal hiking boot. The one knock I give them comes from the short zipper - a trend that all manufacturers of pants should end immediately; it's not unique to MH.
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Slight issues with durability I love the fit and the freedom of movement I get with these pants. Unfortunately, one of my three pairs has now shown signs of wear. I have a small hole in the knee area, which developed of the course of hiking. These are advertised as rugged, with reinforced knee areas, but in my experience they have broken down more quickly (have had these for around a year) than other pants I have worn in the past. If Mt. Hardwear makes a new iteration of Piero with a higher denier rating, I will give them another try.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pants! FYI: I am a woman!!! since MWH doesn't make pants that actually fit 'normal' women well, I have found that their men's line does. I'm 5'-8', 130 lbs and have legs born from hiking, biking and competitive skiing. From a unisex perspective these pants are perfect. I wear these in the field and they can do it all. From long day hikes in brisk weather or brusy to home projects. The are comfortable and the cut well. I do miss the double side pocket in previous versions (now we only get one zippered side pocket....how about two?. Still they are great pants. Now MWH needs to design a version for WOMEN!!!!
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New These are nice pants. I have several pair of the older style piero. Would have gave 5 starts but the opening at the bottom of the pants are a little smaller than the old piero pants. With the smaller opening the pants don't go over your boots as well.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice durable pant I purchased these for travel and they do the job. Very durable. I wish they had designed the zipper pocket for a passport, but now i am really getting picky.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best all around pants, ever. I have several pairs, and use them regularly for hiking, climbing, general outdoor use, causal use, and even as dress pants occasionally. They fit very well, and the slight amount stretch make them super comfy. Great articulation give you full range of motion. The material is very durable and sheds light moisture. All this plus MH's great customer service make these a no brainer.
Date published: 2016-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Porto utility pant These pants are geat for climbing and everyday where. You can dust off the chalk and throw on a nice shirt with these pants and enjoy an evening after climbing. The elasticity is great in my opinion and would recommend these to anyone who boulders or climbs. They are really durable and I am pleased with them so far.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Had to return both I bought. The basic concept was good, but it was ruined because of some irrational design choices that make it unusable. I ordered two sizes, fist 34 inch waist, then I had to order 32 because it was a bit large. Both 30 inch inseam. Problem 1: For God knows what reason, pants designers, from about 2 years ago, developed an irrational thought process that we do not need front zippers as long as the ones they used to give us. The zipper on 34 inch one was usable, although still not as long as that of pants of these types available 4~5 years ago. I know making the waist area short in height, like jeans hanging low on waist, is considered fashionable by some, but for God sake, the reason I buy these pants are certainly not because I am in to jeans fashion. The zipper on 32 inch model was even half an inch shorter. I don't get it. They both have the same inseam. It's not as if I get shorter when my waist size reduce. Problem 2: With both size models, when I tried them on and got the belt on, the front button would be below the belt buckle. At first, I thought it was because of my body contour, but it was actually not. My other pants do not do that. I laid the pants on a table and found out that the design of the pants make the top front lower. The top line come down from the sides toward the front center at an angle which makes the front top line from a "V" seen from front. The front zipper line and the top pants line is not perpendicular. I understand that not all pants form a perfectly perpendicular angle, but in case of this pants, it is severe. With the pants laid flat on a table, I could not get the top to form a straight line. I constantly had to pull the pants to the side or push the top front up to not make the front button sag below the belt buckle. May be someone who never left the designer table and never actually had the trouble of putting these on thought that a "V" shaped top line is fashionable, but for people who actually have to wear it and do not like to look like a homeless person who picked up an extra large size pants from a dumpster holding the pants up just by the belt, it is not a feasible choice.
Date published: 2015-08-29
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