Clamber and Crawl.
Transition from the climbing crag to your biology study group with ease thanks to the Mountain Hardwear Women's AP Scrambler Pants. The AP Scrambler was built for activities like climbing or hiking, and the tapered leg, along with the performance stretch fabric, bolster your mobility, so you're able to high-step or heel hook with ease.
- Transition from the crag to the cafe with these pants
- Performance stretch fabric assures unimpeded mobility
- Multiple pockets keep necessities organized
- Reflective details offer added visibility in low-light
- Q & A
Great for climbing
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 8
Got these for a climbing trip and they held up great! Didn't scuff or tear on the rock, and I was able to move in them perfectly. The only downside is that they were a little hot in the Kentucky summer.
Greatest Pants Ever
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 14
I love these pants so much I went to Mountain Hardwear's website to order another pair in a color not available on backcountry. I've worn them on hikes, and through a weekend wilderness medicine class with NOLS. They have plenty of room for scrambling and don't scuff on the rocks. I had to get into dirt and gravel a lot in the class and everything brushed right off and the pants felt sturdy. It looks like the knee is reinforced, there was no damage even though I spent two days kneeling on all kinds of terrain. I like that there's a front thigh pocket, it's the perfect size for a map, a notepad, or a large phone. It's got a snap so you can get in and out of it easily. I like that the back pockets zip so I don't have to worry about my stuff falling out if I'm climbing something (or let's be real, my phone falling in the toilet.) I wear them to yoga, and I also wear them to work and they don't look like I've just come off the PCT. They'll probably be my go to travel pants. I would have loved to have had these on some of my longer backpacking trips. Lastly, one of my favorite things about Mountain Hardwear is their pants run true to size.