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Mountain Hardwear High Step Pants - Stretch Cotton (For Women)

Closeouts. Your daily run or your daily run-around-town just got a lot more comfy and movable, thanks to the stretchy-soft fit of Mountain Hardwear's High Step pants, an ideal piece for just about anything that involves you being your awesomely active self.

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  • Reviewed by Boise Gal from Idaho on Friday, April 26, 2013
    I love these pants! I shopped high and low trying to find some running pants that weren't tights. These are great, they do run a little big so I would order down a size. I usually order medium (sometimes even a large) and should have ordered a small. But I am very happy with my purchase, will definately try this same brand again.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by yosemtietahoelady from lafayete, la on Monday, February 11, 2013
    I'm not sure how great they really are for climbing during crucial times to see your footing as they are more like yoga pants with a slight flare at the ankle. But really they can be rolled up if its that big of a deal. Super comfortable and I like the cut. But I couldnt keep them becuase theyr really do run big. I wear a small and the small was falling down. I'm almost 5'7 at 135lbs so go figure. Maybe extra small would be a small but I have a feeling even extra small is too big.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mz from Williamsburg, MI on Friday, January 18, 2013
    I am 5'6 & 127lbs, i always wear a small (under armor, Niki, Adidas, Champion) these in small fit really big, more like a large. I'm not sure that a extra small would fit so I sent back for a refund.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by hiya from Flagstaff, AZ on Saturday, January 12, 2013
    So far these seem like great pants, I haven't worn them out and about much yet. I got a Medium and I'm 5'4" and 135 lbs and athletic. They're a big baggy but I wouldn't want them too much tighter. Cute shape, look good, and like all MH products will be good quality I'm sure.
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