The Women's Yuma Pant by Mountain Hardwear. Made of lightweight and cool nylon with 4-way stretch for unimpeded movement, the micro-chamois lined, seamless waist lies flat under a pack so you can concentrate on the trail ahead. DWR finish sheds water.
DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Yuma Pant
Micro-Chamois-lined seamless conical waist for comfort under a pack
Soft drawcord at waist for easy fit adjustments
Secured zip, side leg cargo pockets for storage
Full length inseam gusset for mobility
Adjustable drawcord hidden inside hem to cinch pant leg
Durable, 4-way stretch fabric for movement
DWR finish sheds moisture
UPF 50 sun protection
Apparel Fit: Standard
Average Weight: 11.5 oz / 325 g
Inseam: 30, 32, 34" / 76, 81, 86 cm
Body: Switchback ii Softshell (88% nylon, 12% elastane)
"The best all around bikeing, walking, hiking pants I''ve ever owned"
I'm over age 60 and just love these pants. I am a size 12 and they do run a bit big,but for real comfort I wear the 12, I could wear the 10 in a pinch, I guess because of the stretch factor. I own 5 pair. I had 2 pair of the slacks altered to be shorts. Why? because I love the pockets. I no longer carry a pocket book . everything I need for biking or walking fits in the pockets. So happy I bought the last 2 pair in my size & color. Thank you a very thoughtfully designed product!New England happy
These pants are lightweight and comfortable. I've worn them hiking, biking, and to work. They move with you and don't bunch up, but don't feel especially rugged. They are good for casual road biking, but wouldn't be my first choice for hiking. Sizing was true for me.
Every detail of these pants seems well-engineered. These are great convertible pants because they don't look like you're going out on safari. The material is thick like a cotton twill, so the fabric looks very tailored, rather than wrinkled and baggy. Water beads up on them and they appear to repel dirt so they looked great even after several days of wearing. The fit is comfortable and they look great. I do wish that they made them in a size 0, I am 5’4” and 100lbs. I ordered them in the size 2 which is just a little too big for me so they are baggy on me, but because they have the drawcord at the waist I can get them to stay up and I like everything else about them so I am keeping them.
I got these pants for a two week hike to Everest Base Camp. They were so comfortable, for two weeks, I hiked and slept in them, and they were comfortable enough to feel like PJs on my 20 hour flight home.
"The most non pajama pants you will own."
I am contemplating whether these can fly for casual Friday at work.Fit is true to size, the waist looks long but is fine. There's also the bungy cord deal at the bottom of the pant leg if you need to hike them up to wade thru the water.