First Ascent Mountain Guide Pants Women’s


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These pants were built for warmth, durability and wind protection. The Mountain Guides are made with an amazing Schoeller® fabric that has a 3XDry® finish for superior water resistance. It’s also breathable, quick-drying and offers 4-way stretch for complete freedom of movement. The utilitarian functionality makes these a great choice for climbing, hiking or touring. Machine wash.

Specs Sizing Reviews
  • SCHOELLER® 3XDRY® SOFTSHELL FABRIC: Superior water resistance and performance
  • BREATHABLE, FAST-DRYING: Keeps you cool and dry in high-output activity
  • FOUR-WAY STRETCH: Won't slow you down
  • SLIM FIT: No extra fabric to bunch, bag or snag
  • ARTICULATED KNEES: for a wide range of motion
  • MINIMALIST DESIGN: No built-in gaiters
  • STRETCH SIDE STASH POCKET: Between hip and knee
  • ZIPPER CUFF: with elastic panel for fitting over boots
  XS Small Medium Large XL
Waist 25 26-27 28-29 30.5-32 33.5-35.5
Hips 35 36-37 38-39 40.5-42 43.5-45.5
Inseam 30 31 31 32 32

*These tend to run big, consider ordering down one size.

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Reviews for the First Ascent Mountain Guide Pants Women’s

4 out of 5 stars based on 2 reviews.

On 2012-06-21, Jenny wrote


Recently wore these pants on an expedition to Denali and was in extreme pain after a long day of heavy pack belt sitting on the hip seams. Appeared to be too low wasted to be comfortable for the weight of the carry loads, also got minor frost bite on lower back where top would pull out. Fine for short light weight climbs and skiing. Would also have preferred no thermal inner lining for what turned out to be abnormally hot climbing days, and use added base layers to adjust warmth. Not the right choice of pant for this climb for me.

On 2010-04-20, Nicky wrote


I am in LOVE with these pants. I literally tried on about 10 others, all different brands and styles, before I found these. Here's why they are the best: Slim fit which means they look really, really (!) great on. I have received so many compliments! They are not too baggy yet not too tight. I've worn them this winter in New Hampshire and the Eastern Sierra's while ice climbing, alpine mountaineering, and rock scrambling ... and they are flexible enough for all kinds of knee/hip bending. The fabric is strong and super comfy. Slight strechyness to it and there is a light fleece lining on the inside which is soft (and warm). Have not been in these in a down pour - but have worn them in light rain as well as snow -- and stayed warm and dry throughout. In very cold weather I wear base layer underneath. Once when it was not cold enough for that, I wore them without base layer bottoms, and did feel the wind coming through. Being very picky -- I would also suggest that the pockets -- which I love -- are a little too deep: I keep my lip balm in my hip pocket and it slipped down to my thigh, which made it challenging to "dig" out. And I'm tall - 5'9" the regular length are about 1 1/2" too short. (With gaiters on that doesn't really matter). But if there is a long version - I would def. get those. Overall I highly recommend these, they are well worth the price.

  • Mountain Guide Pants Women’s


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