Mountain Hardwear Returnia Dry.Q® Core Ski Pants - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
About Mountain Hardwear Returnia Dry.Q® Core Ski Pants - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Specs about Mountain Hardwear Returnia Dry.Q® Core Ski Pants - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Mountain Hardwear Mens Size Chart
|Chest||36 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 45||46 - 49||50 - 53||54 - 57|
|Waist||30 - 31||32 - 34||36 - 38||40 - 42||44||46|
|Hip||36 - 38||38 - 40||42 - 40||46 - 48||50||52|
Note: Measurements are in inches.
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4.142857 5 Overall Rating: 4.1 Based on 7 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Iceboarder from Massachusetts on Tuesday, January 30, 2018
These are warm and I truly like the large zippered pockets. Color wise the red/scarlet really pops. I like the fact that the Short size is 30" inseam, I look for 30" and 29" inseams and that automatically rules out Karbon or Boulder Gear.
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Be skinny, alsoReviewed by Arieswanderer from China, Beijing, Yanqihu on Thursday, February 1, 2018I tried the ones without the insulating liner and my thigh muscles were way too big for even those, so I had to return these without even trying to squeeze them over my thighs. May be okay if you are skinny, but I had to return both.
ski pantsVerified Buyer Reviewed by skier from wisconsin on Wednesday, January 31, 2018Fit good look good and comfortable at - 10 skiing at spirit in Duluth MN
Quite warmVerified Buyer Reviewed by Iceboarder from Massachusetts on Tuesday, January 30, 2018These are warm and I truly like the large zippered pockets. Color wise the red/scarlet really pops. I like the fact that the Short size is 30" inseam, I look for 30" and 29" inseams and that automatically rules out Karbon or Boulder Gear.
Fits true to sizeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Ski Daddy Stan from Pa on Wednesday, December 6, 2017I’ve had MH pants before and these are no different. The fit is true to size. I bought insulated pants because I couldn’t find shell pants that I like, these are VERY warm. Vents on the inner thigh are open type, no mesh. That is one thing I would like to see different. Mesh vents.
Mountain Hardwear Returnia Dry.Q® Core Ski Pants - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fishing in Colorado from Colorado on Monday, December 4, 2017A little long but feel like very good quality.
Mountain Hardware, what more can I say?Verified Buyer Reviewed by David from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, November 7, 2017I'm 6 ft, 174. The medium fits well, at my 32" waist and 32" inseam.
Didn't wear this pair of pants yet, but I've never had any issues with Mountain Hardware products that I've used from the raw cold of Pa.,
the mountains of Colorado to the Himalya!
What more can I say?
I like 'emReviewed by SJG from NYC on Tuesday, October 11, 2016These are nice pants at a great price. They may lack a few features of more expensive pants but I like them. It would be nice if the thigh vents had a mesh lining to keep out the snow. That's a feature I see on other pants but they tend to be more expensive. I let them sit with a puddle of water on the fabric and it poured right off with no wetness after 20 minutes. Of course, the pants are brand new so the waterproofing should be good. The pockets are on the small side but they feel nice inside and one of them has a clip for keys. I wear a 32x32 pant and the Mediums fit well. They are comfortable and offer a good range of motion. The velcro/elastic waist adjustment is nice. The overall look is good. There is one oddity that I can't really explain. The interior gaitors are long. VERY long. You can see in the photos how they hang well below the cuffs of the pants. On most pants the gaitors might hang even with the pants cuff. Maybe even above. This isn't a problem once you've got the gators secured over your boots but when you're walking around in the house barefoot, the cuffs sit at a nice height above your feet while the gaitors slide down and drag under your heels. The easy solution is to roll up the gaitors but it's something I've never had to do before in over 30 years of wearing ski pants.