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Mountain Hardwear - Dynama Pant - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Dynama Pant - Women's

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Tech Specs

96% nylon, 4% elastane (DWR)
2 side, 2 rear
Recommended Use:
casual, fitness, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty:

Dynama Pant

Whether you're working on bouldering problems at the gym or running errands around town, the Mountain Hardwear Women's Dynama Pants are built to handle it all. The super-stretchy nylon elastane fabric flexes as you do for all-day comfort and a full range of motion, while the DWR-finish keeps you dry if you happen to get caught in a quick sun shower. Multiple pockets store all of your essentials and the low-profile stretch waistband feels great as you strike out on the trail.

  • Performance pant made for hikes and climbing
  • Stretchy fabric treated with water-resistance
  • Low-profile stretch waistband accommodates backpacks and harnesses comfortably

Good for Curves

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small Short

If you are one of those ladies who have a curvy athletic build like me, you often struggle finding pants that fit and are comfortable. They are always too big or too small somewhere. Well, these might be the pants for you. I purchased the Small in Short. I am 5'4" and 124 lbs with a natural waist of 28" and my hips are 37". I struggle finding pants I think fit and are comfortable so when I read the views the people found these to be a little big I figured they would fit well and they did! I am not sure why people say these run big. According to the size chart my mesurements fit on the high side of the small for my waist and my hips on the low side and they fit great. Maybe even a little snug but not in a bad way because they are super sketchy. Maybe it is because they stretch out a little after wearing but the waist never does so they don't ever get to the point of falling down. I have worn them climbing outside a couple of times and they seem durable so far. The material doesn't make the crinkle noise some stretchy pants do and despite the fabric being thin it has a little warmth for how thin it is. If you are climbing on gritty rock like sandstone or limestone they can get caught on the rock a little but they have not snagged. After wearing them a couple of times, I went back and ordered another pair. I will say the light army ones seem to very slightly smaller then the original dusk purple I bought but they still fit well.