Marmot Durango Pants - Soft Shell (For Men)
About Marmot Durango Pants - Soft Shell (For Men)
Closeouts. Marmot Durango pants offer the wind- and water-resistance and soft, comfortable stretch of M3 soft shell fabric for outdoor adventures from southwest Colorado to the Swiss Alps.
Specs about Marmot Durango Pants - Soft Shell (For Men)
- Features: Non-Insulated
- Closure: YKK®,Zipper
- Inseam: 33" (based on size large)
- Ankle zipper length: 7-1/4"
- Fabric: 100% nylon or, 50% nylon, 43% polyester, 7% spandex
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Weight: 1 lb. 6 oz.
- Made in China
- Cannot ship to Australia
- Cannot ship to New Zealand
Marmot Men's Size Chart
|Chest||33 - 35||36 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 44||45 - 47||48 - 50||51 - 53|
|Neck||13.5 - 14||14.5 - 15||15.5 - 16||16.5 - 17||17.5 - 18||18.5 - 19||19.5 - 20|
|Sleeve||30 - 31||32 - 33||34 - 35||35 - 36||36 - 37||37 - 38||37 - 38|
|Waist||26 - 28||28 - 30||31 - 33||34 - 36||37 - 39||40 - 43||44 - 46|
|Hip||36 - 38||38 - 40||40 - 42||43 - 45||46 - 48||49 - 51||52 - 54|
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by jofmif from Arlington, VA on Tuesday, January 28, 2014The pants are of really good quality but were smaller than expected. I returned them but would order them again in a bigger size.
Reviewed by DBrook from BC on Monday, December 9, 2013Fit true to size , very comfortable wore them in - 25C
Reviewed by Elusive Good Luck from Vermont on Tuesday, October 29, 2013This is the right combination of material weight warmth, water-shedding, and durability that I wanted in an outdoor pant that I can wear throughout the fall/winter.
Reviewed by Kmcbeeski from Steamboat Colorado on Tuesday, October 15, 20134.5 stars. Good transition season pant, I've used them for 30 to 50 degree hikes and they are a nice balance - breathable and reasonably water repellant and wind resistant.
Reviewed by Bob from Colorado on Thursday, March 28, 2013I purchased these for cross-country and back country skiing...and they have been perfect. Some of the more expensive pants come with built-in gaitors (these do not), however I find that stuff adds unwelcome bulk to the cuff areas and prefer this style. Snow intrusion has never been an issue but I have not used them in really deep powder yet...if it becomes an issue I'll just wear external gaitors. As well...these pants are a heavier material but still breathe extremely well...so they're perfect for colder weather. I do not like the more heavy duty waterproof type fabrics as they tend to not breathe as well and are too warm...I'm dealing mostly with drier snow conditions...in heavy damp snow conditions this might be a consideration. They are a bit on the long side for me but I wear them with suspenders instead of a belt and fit just fine...sort of like short bibs. All in all these pants rock!!! Highly recommended.
Question & Answer
Both are very similar in fit and quality. The marmot offers a few more features, as articulated knees, microfleece backing, and spandex panels for stretch and improved mobility.