Mountain Hardwear Men's AP Pants

Mountain Hardwear Men's AP Pants

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Named Backpacker Magazine’s Editors’ Choice in 2016, the Mountain Hardwear AP pants transition easily from the morning bike commute to the office to the after-work climbing session. The blended canvas fabric is comfortable and durable with the right amount of stretch, and the articulated knees offer excellent freedom of movement Read More

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squiddo
7
May 7, 2017
Vanity indeed. My 32/32 was perfect for the waist but too snug in the thighs. If anyone wants a pair of Zinc's in 32/32 I'll make ya a deal! See you the next drop!
pabdallas
1
Oct 23, 2017
I know this was like half a year ago, but if you're still trying to get rid of them, I would be interested.
Mkcl
2
Apr 10, 2017
Any chance of other sizes? There are no 30" inseam options.
PaigeD
522
Apr 10, 2017
We will try to include 30" inseam options on the next drop! @Mkcl
putyrhandsup
3
Apr 10, 2017
Any idea when that would be? I really like the look of these and a 30" inseam would be amazing
Nlaidig15
0
Apr 9, 2017
How would these do if it rains?
tsturzl
157
Apr 10, 2017
Probably not well, they're 75% cotton so they would take a very long time to dry and they would soak up water. I wouldn't use these pants in wet conditions.
loneliestseacow
1
Apr 11, 2017
I have a pair already and took them camping/fishing/hiking a few weekends ago. They do not repel water at all but they do dry rather quickly if you're moving. Super durable and comfy so far.
ponmu
0
Apr 6, 2017
Any fitting advice? Seeing as the pants are mustly cotton, should some shrinking of the pants be expected?
DannyMilks
4553
Apr 6, 2017
The waist size is like expected for vanity size (as in, my waist is probably 34" but I magically fit into a 32" pant). These fit is trim, particularly in the legs. I have thicker calves and quads and felt the pants were snug there. If you have monster leg muscles you won't fit. There is a little bit of stretch, but not anything like OR Ferrosi or Rab Vertex pants that we've had on Massdrop before. Without looking at the care instructions, I would say that you'd be best to avoid high heat in drying, but that is best practice with all outdoor apparel. Also keep in mind that cotton will stretch a bit with use, unlike most synthetics.
smasp
0
Apr 6, 2017
How comes there are sizes 31 and 33, but no 29?
HenKi
42
Apr 6, 2017
The pants looks great but 70% cotten... Can you realy hike with it, anyone had an experience with it?
DannyMilks
4553
Apr 6, 2017
Cotton blend pants are fine for most conditions. A bunch of companies make outdoors cotton pants, and if you look at Fjallraven, a company known for their pants, they almost exclusively use cotton blends. Shirts get so much more sweaty and you're typically wearing a backpack, so cotton blend wouldn't be suitable for top layers for most uses outdoors.