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Men's AP Scrambler™ Pant

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Summary

Functionality and style in a single, versatile performance pant. For hiking, climbing, or simply running errands--it looks great and thrives in a variety of terrains, both outdoors and in.
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Style# 1708311

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 7.2 oz / 203 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - True to Size -

Summary

Functionality and style in a single, versatile performance pant. For hiking, climbing, or simply running errands--it looks great and thrives in a variety of terrains, both outdoors and in.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: Stretch Cotton Nylon Sanded Canvas (75% Cotton, 23% Nylon 2% Elastane)

Measurements

  • Inseam: 32
  • Weight: 7.2 oz / 203 g

    Details

  • Back pockets with snap closures
  • Front cell phone pocket
  • Reflective elements for safety
  • Performance stretch

Reviews

Men's AP Scrambler™ Pant is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A solid balance between sturdiness and comfort I had previously purchased the AP Scrambler shorts and been satisfied with those, so when my pair of beater climber pants ripped and the MH winter sale rolled around, I snagged a pair of these to take with me on a trip to Bishop. The AP pant, much like its shorts counterpart, is perfect for a day spent clambering over and up rock faces. Both durable and lightweight, it provides plenty of stretch for when you need to get high feet on a highball or spread your weight between far-flung foot chips. There were two things I found myself wishing for in relation to this pant: 1. The drawstring tie in the front only really pulls tight the front half of the pant waistline. The stretchiness of the elastic waistband in back has the potential to result in some plumbers crack appearances but this is a small trade-off in exchange for the functional flexibility you receive from the pant. 2. A tool loop or something of that nature where a tool could be sling or a carabiner clipped on would be super handy. This is another minor observation that I think could be considered in future iterations of this pant. Overall, a really solid addition to my outdoor closet that I plan to get a lot of use out of.
Date published: 2018-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really amazing for the price! These pants have really been wonderful. I wear them on just about every outing I go on and they always seem to surprise me on how well they perform. The fabric was skeptical when I first bought the product but I soon learned that it was very tough and could withstand a lot of beatings. I climb, cave, hike, etc. in these pants and have had them for about a year now and they are still going. I have one minor hole on the knee and another on my rear but that was due to offwidth climbing and some caving in some rough marble. Anyways, an excellent pant that I think everyone should have.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pants Favorite pants I own. Sadly the seam started coming undone, but mountain hardwear will fix them.
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great multi-use pants I bought these pants to use on adventures but also to wear casually when out and about. I love the pockets on the legs, they make a perfect cellphone pocket (left leg zipped or right leg drop in). The material is comfortable to wear while still being durable. The stretch fabric makes it easy to use these pants for any activity you can dream up. The pant legs can be rolled up but do not feature a snap or attachment to hold them up. However I found this not to be necessary as the pants fold well on themselves and stay in place. The reflective piping (exposed when you roll up the pant leg) is great when riding a bike and staying visible to cars. These pants are more of a slim fit, but have wide enough leg openings to still alright over shoes or boots.
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mountain Hardware where have you been all my life? I first came across Mountain Hardware in a Columbia outlet store. I found a cool looking pair of jeans, the AP 5 pocket pants. I bought them and loved them. Since then I’ve bought and loved every pair of pants from MH. These pants are no different, they’re perfect for any type of everyday wear. Lounging, working, or going out. I came across MH at a point in my life where I was tired of my everyday work pants and my jeans that I’ve worn for years. The quality and the style of MH is exceptional, I openly recommend their products and I’ve even been complimented on my pants, which coming from my friends, is quite surprising.
Date published: 2017-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great slim fit pant Great slim fitting pant that doesn't require a belt. The pant cuffs can still fit over hiking boots. Lighter weight with mesh lined pockets so it probably dries quickly. I'm 6'1" 185 lbs and normally a 33 waist, ordered a 32x32 and it fits nicely due to the elastic waist.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Excellent Addition To The AP Line I've had a few weeks to run the Scrambler through its paces. I've spent multiple gym sessions climbing in them, in addition to traveling in them - for both, the pants performed exactly as needed. For climbing, the pants have excellent stretch and mobility - I never felt limited with freedom of movement. While snug, with an overall slim fit, I can sit into a deep squat with no loss of articulation or feelings of constrictions. I've also worn them while climbing on the slab of Southern Arizona and general contact with the rock hasn't left any noticeable abrasions. For travel, I find the elastic band and pocket layout both comfortable and convenient for storing a phone, wallet, etc. They aren't the most breathable pants; I would be hesitant to recommend them for warmer climates if sweat and all that accompanies it is an issue. Overall, I'm very pleased with them. I purchased a Zinc pair in a size 30 waist - I generally wear a size 32, but the elastic band and the cut of the pants keep them comfortable. If you're looking for a slight alternative to the AP pants, the AP Scrambler makes for a comfortable, moderately more leisurely option.
Date published: 2017-08-12
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