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Men's Stretch Ozonic™ Pant

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https://www.mountainhardwear.com/mens-stretch-ozonic-pant-1582731.html 1582731

Summary

A waterproof, wet-weather athletic pant that boasts outstanding mobility. With fantastic all-over stretch for maximum range of motion, the Stretch Ozonic Pant is ideal for hiking, backpacking, or almost any other outdoor activity you can think of. The waterproof breathability of our Dry.Q™ Active technology keeps you from feeling soggy as you move and play.
$150.00
Style# 1582731

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Features & Specs

  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof Technology - -
  • Weight: - 10.2 oz / 289 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -

Summary

A waterproof, wet-weather athletic pant that boasts outstanding mobility. With fantastic all-over stretch for maximum range of motion, the Stretch Ozonic Pant is ideal for hiking, backpacking, or almost any other outdoor activity you can think of. The waterproof breathability of our Dry.Q™ Active technology keeps you from feeling soggy as you move and play.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: Dry.Q™ Active Stretch 40D 2.5L (100% Nylon)

Measurements

  • Inseam: L,R,S
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 10.2 oz / 289 g

    Details

  • DryQ® Active's waterproof, breathable technology banishes moisture
  • 4-way, all-over stretch fabrication
  • 40D face fabric is tough, durable, and abrasion-resistant
  • Full length side zips for easy on/off
  • Elastic at back waist for a comfortable fit
  • Side zippers have two security closures, a Velcro® tab at waist and a snap tab at ankle
  • Integrated, easily adjustable webbed belt for a comfortable fit
  • Enhanced knee articulation for outstanding range of motion
  • Loops at leg cuffs securely fasten to the bottom of your boot

Reviews

Men's Stretch Ozonic™ Pant is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Total let down I used these pants for their intended purpose and they failed that purpose miserably. In a day of rain, all my under layers got soaked within a few hours and, since I was packing light with no backup rain gear, I had to power through the day as quickly as I could just to retain some warmth. I shivered the entire night. Once water-logged, this material takes a long time to dry. The material itself is thin and is quite durable in healthy brush but any dry branches will easily shred these pants so I would avoid any trails that risk these pants getting a snag. (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good pant for the price There are a lot of great things about this pant, but the lack of pockets takes it down a notch. If you are going to use these with something underneath that has pockets it should be fine, but this only has one pocket. Very light pant and if it’s really water resistant, it will be something I keep in my pack.
Date published: 2017-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sopping Wet We bought the raincoat and pants for our 14 year old son who spent five weeks backpacking in the national parks in WA for a total of 26 days. From the first rainstorm to the last, he was soaked. I couldn't believe it because a MH rep touted these as amazing. We own an adventure program for teens. Dangerous to own, he was lucky it wasn't cold. Stay away from this product. On the positive, MH stood behind their product and gave us our money back in gift cards.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Astounding pants! These truly amazing pants not only keep you dry as a ducks butt, the stretch allows for any circus position you find yourself in.
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely awesome pants Our county rescue team uses these pants in the rainy Washinton State weather for rope rescue, confined space rescue, trench rescue, and structural collapse rescue. They hold up well, they are waterproof, and the guys on the team absolutely love them. The flexibility in the fabric and cut of the fabric makes them a great fit for what we need.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little small Like the jacket, the pants are awesome! My only issue is they run a little small in size. I use mine for golfing and hiking. Even on the small side they are still super comfortable and work great.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Killer Best rain paints I've ever owned. Super light and packs down to nothing. Stretch material makes them super comfy. 32-34. Med- L fits me like a glove.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Almost great First, the great - the fabric is awesome. The stretch is fantastic, and the breathability is absolutely amazing. Unlike some reviewers above, I prefer a more breathable rain pant and I don't need or want it to be windproof... I would prefer the breathability. That part of the pants is excellent. The fit/cut of the waist and upper legs/seat area is great. not too loose, not too tight. excellent. Also. KUDOS for offering short inseam lengths. Another reason I wanted to love these pants. Please keep doing this. Additionally, the two way zipper is epically useful, and the full zip option is an excellent feature. Please keep that. It is great. For these reasons, I figured I'd LOVE these pants. And I almost do... save for a couple of serious design flaws that ruin the experience. One is the snap, the other is the leg cuffs. First off, the snaps - they are a disaster. They are way too tight and hard to open, which endangers the fabric. The fabric, being so thin and stretchy, is at risk for ripping. I am sure that if I were not careful and just tried to open the snap fast like any normal pant, it would tear right through the fabric. It felt as though it might rip even when I was being careful. There just isn't a good way to undo the snap. Major fail. While writing this, I see this exact snap-related tear happened to someone else already, and they mentioned it in their review. I have to agree - please fix this. Finally, the most epic design fail of the pants is in the cuff at the bottom of each leg. WHY IS THERE NO ADJUSTMENT!? This is insane. It ruins the whole pant. Because the opening on the bottom is wide, which is pretty necessary for wide boots and an understandable design element, but because there is also NO ADJUSTMENT in the form of additional snaps, velcro tabs, or drawstring, one cannot close the bottom of the pant. This has a few negative effects - first, it allows the edge of the pants to drag on the ground like an oversized pair of jeans! This undoes the entire purpose of having a short inseam.... some of us are in the 28-29 inseam area, or even shorter. That means that a 30 inseam will drag on the ground. Most rain pants have some sort of way to reduce the lower leg volume, cinch the bottom up, and make it impossible for the pants to drag. As they are now, one would have to use a gaiter, or simply be taller for them to work right. Overall, you guys have the right cut, the right fabric, and an amazing pant here... all you need to do is fix the snaps and the cuff adjustment and you'll have a 5 star product on your hands, instead of something unwearable. I hope you guys are reading these, I'm sure other people have the same issues... keep trying, almost there :)
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doesn't fit right Amazing material, very smooth, lightweight and breathable. The pants however, have a bizarre silhouette. They have full length zips on both sides which bulge out in a sine curve and I found no way to prevent that from happening, so back they went.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bought for Commuting used for Backpacking These pants caught my eye because they are fairly light weight, stretchy and have a high level of water resistance. I knew that as a soft shell they were not going to be 100% waterproof but figured the other features of the pants (breathability and stretch) would outweigh this downside. While I do like them and am happy with their performance as commuter pants I do have some suggestions for improvements to their design: - Having a synching option on the bottom cuff - possibly a second clasp point for buckle. - Using a buckle on the top. Alternatively use stronger Velcro or have a forward facing tab the current design is easily opened up by backpack hip belts. - Improving the zipper interface for full zip feature- they zip both ways easily but do not fully open up easily. I took them with me on a recent backpacking trip as a pair of rain pants. After a torrential rainstorm and an incident with a log over a bog, the Stretch Ozonics became my primary pant. They were great but my hip belt tended to open the top of the pants leading to the zipper sliding down. Over all they are a good piece of kit and with a few tweaks they could be excellent.
Date published: 2016-09-05
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