Mountain Hardwear Yuma Pants - UPF 50 (For Women)
About Mountain Hardwear Yuma Pants - UPF 50 (For Women)
Closeouts. Functional in the great outdoors and stylish indoors, the Mountain Hardwear Yuma pants offer a stretchy, moisture-wicking performance blend with a DWR treatment. Roll-up ankles and a drawstring waistband add earthy fashion.
Specs about Mountain Hardwear Yuma Pants - UPF 50 (For Women)
- UPF rating: 50
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Fabric: 93% nylon, 7% elastane
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in Viet Nam
- Visit our Pant Fit Guide
- US shipments only
Mountain Hardwear Womens Size Chart
|Size||2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14||16|
|Bust||33||34 - 35||36 - 37.5||39 - 40.5||42|
|Waist||25||26 - 27||28 - 29.5||31 - 32.5||34|
|Hip||35||36 - 37||38 - 39.5||41 - 42.5||44|
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by racermom from Michigan on Wednesday, December 13, 2017They are really nice and comfortable, but too short for me.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sandy chockstone from Nebraska on Monday, November 27, 2017Definitely a summer-weight pant, but perfect for the dry desert or some humid sweaty place. Great fit, gorgeous quality, but again, not for chilly weather.
Reviewed by KC from Alaska on Monday, November 13, 2017I ordered these for work because I wanted pants that were as comfy as yoga pants but a little more professional looking and these are amazing! True to size- great fit. Super functional- plan on rolling up when hitting the climbing gym after work. Only wish they had other color options available!
Reviewed by Tina just love hiking from Philadelphia on Monday, November 6, 2017These pants are a HUGE disappointment. I got a size 4 based on all previous reviews plus posing an inquiry asking for advice. I am normally a size 2 for majority of well know brands. (5'7 and 115 pounds) The fit is very off. The waist is like a size 4, the hip is like a size 4 and the thigh and calf is like a size 6. I was shocked how bizarre it fits. Fiber seemed good quality.
Its an absolutely return item. Don't waste your time and money on these.
Reviewed by Outdoor Adventures Gurl from Idaho on Thursday, October 19, 2017First I bought the tan in size 4 (I sized up from my usual 2 based on reviews). They were a tad loose but no biggie (could have gone with my normal size) but I kept them. Then I bought size 2 in blurple and found them to be the same fit (as the size 4...so they must have changed the sizing a bit)....what was weird was that the tan had a 33 in inseam the blurple had a 31.5 in inseam.... since I wanted longer i wasn't a fan. If you want shorter you'll love the blurple. Also the tan has the stretch of the fabric running vertically and the purple they switched it to horizontally. I thought horizontally would be better to stretch with your leg shape but I like the way the vertical stretch does better at stretching over my rear when I lift my leg high (whereas the purple ones slide up). The blurple is forgiving of larger legs however so that may be nice. Both and are nice pants but clearly from different years as they have very noticeable changes..... buy your color accordingly.
Question & Answer
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From the reviews, it seems very logical for me to order a size up to 4. But I like the gear feel more snugly. I am 5'7 and 115 pounds. Torn about if should still go with my normal size 2 but the numeric numbers indicate that very small more like a size zero. Any suggestion from an actual try on? Thanks much.
I am 5'9 and weigh 135 lbs. I purchased these pants back in May, and if I remember correctly they run small. I can normally wear a size 4, but they were too small. The size 6 fit, but was snug compared to most pants.
Try on at REI if they have the pants or something similar. Was very snug. Had to get a size 4
I'm 5' 7" as well (125 lbs) and size out for the Size 2... I usually fit size 2 in Columbia and North Face and such. But based on reviews I bought the tan colored ones in a 4.... they fit but just a tad loosely so I figured I'd try a size 2 of the purple... But to my surprise they fit the EXACT SAME! The only difference was the tan ones had a 33" inseam and the purple had the 32". Since I bought an extra pair because I like the extra 33" inseam I may send the purple ones back. So I don't know if they are just inconsistent (like one color was from one year and the other from another and they changed the sizing) or what. But I wouldn't suggest sizing up...esp on the purple colored ones.... go with the size you measure for on the size chart. They are a pretty dark purple color however and nice pants.
“What's the size chart for size 0, 2 and 4? Some reviews say these run small, do you have the actual garment measurement as well? Thank you.”
Check under the "sizing" tab for the size chart.... They don't give size 0 so you will have to guess based on the difference between the other sizes. I size perfectly for a size 2 based on measurements and since everyone said they ran small I ordered a 4.... they fit but are a tad loose so I just ordered a different color in a size 2, so I'll see how they fit when they get here. But from the size 4 I found if you like a looser fit go with a bigger size but if you like a nice tight waist and more fitted pants go with your size you measure for. These also have a 33" inseam when I measured.......which I love since I'm 5'7" but if you are short you may not like that.
The Mountain Hardwear sizing chart is available by clicking on the Sizing tab on the page.
“Is there a "side/cargo" pocket on these Yuma pants ?”
There is a small Zip-pocket on the right leg, big enough to put keys or small flip phone......
There is a very small zippered pocket on right side, below normal pocket