Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant

Priced: $99.95 - $175.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 9 reviews.
Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant
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Backcountry Edge (2012)
(2012)
$99.95
42% off
Regularly: $174.95
Rock/Creek Outfitters $104.95
40% off
Regularly: $174.95
USOutdoor.com $121.95
30% off
Regularly: $174.95
Moosejaw $121.99
30% off
Regularly: $174.95
Backcountry Edge (2013)
(2013)
$122.45
30% off
Regularly: $174.95
Backcountry.com $139.96
19% off
Regularly: $174.95
SummitHut.com $175.00
REI $175.00
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Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant -
“Oh yah, das Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pants are uber warm! Sometimes I must use zee leg zip to cool mine biscuits,” says young Franz. And that Austrian lad is not kidding -- Mountain Hardwear’s Thermal Q insulation mimics the structure of goose down to retain heat more efficiently than any other synthetic on the market. It also rebounds well after being compressed, when combined with a 20D nylon rip exterior and tough Nutshell Taslan panels, make the Compressor one long lasting pair of liederhosen. Basically what you are looking at is a wearable space heater that can be crammed in your luggage on long flights to the Alps and still be ready to rock when you arrive.

Fabric:

  • New fabric

Fit:

  • Standard fit

Ventilation:

  • Full side-zip legs offer ventilation options and quick on/off

Insulation:

  • Thermic Micro synthetic insulation
  • Insulated with warm Thermal.Q™ Elite polyester fiber-fill

Features:

  • Reinforcements in the seat and knees hold up to rocky camps and bivy ledges
  • Mountain Hardwear Compressor pants feature reinforced seat and knees to protect against abrasion
  • Pants have an adjustable elastic waist
Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear Men’s Compressor Pant are ideal for cold tent-bound spells and acclimatization days in base camp. This Thermal.Q-insulated pant protects your legs from the harsh cold of high-altitude peaks and packs down easily into the included stuff sack.


Backcountry Edge (2013)

The Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant equals lightweight warmth that can easily be carried into the backcountry or taken on ski tours. With compressible synthetic Thermal.Q insulation, this pant packs small and offers cozy warmth.


Rock/Creek Outfitters

The men's Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant is lightweight and highly compressible, this insulated backcountry overpant has reinforced seat and knees for durability in ice and snow.


REI

Enjoy lightweight, compressible warmth on your backcountry adventures in the synthetic-insulated Mountain Hardwear Compressor pants for men.

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Moosejaw
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SummitHut.com

Mountain Hardwear's Compressor Pant provides lightweight, compressible warmth.

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Activity:Climbing
Apparel Fit:Standard
Body:20d nylon ripstop (100% nylon)
Fabric:Body: 20D Nylon Ripstop (100% nylon)
Fabrics/Materials:20D Nylon Rip with Nutshell Taslan panels
Fit:Standard
Fly Closure:Zip fly only; No button or snap closure
Inseam:32 in / 81 cm
Inseam (in.):32 inches
Inseam Length:32" (81cm)
Insulated:Yes
Insulation:Thermal Q polyester fibers
Insulation Material:Thermic Micro Synthetic
Item Weight:1 lb 5oz (592g)
Liner Material:n/a
Material:Nutshell Taslan (100% nylon), Insulation: Thermic Micro
Number of Pockets:2
Panel:Nutshell taslan (100% nylon)
Recommended Use:Winter Backpacking/Climbing/Mountaineering
Shell Material:20D Ripstop (100% Nylon) with Nutshell Taslan
Shell fabric:Ripstop nylon
Shell lining fabric:Ripstop nylon
Side cargo pockets:No
Sun-protective fabric:No
Type:Synthetic-Insulated Pant
Vents:Leg zip
Waist:Adjsutable
Waistband:Adjustable Elastic Waistband with Drawcord
Warranty:Lifetime
Waterproof:No
Weight:1 lb. 5 oz.; 592 g.
Windproof:No
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Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great pant for the taller Cro Magnon shaped man and even good for the ever so stout Neanderthal and less evolved shorter mono browed dudes out there.. I am shaped like a brick. I think I have been called "Built like a brick shithouse" by more than a few. Imagine trying to find a pant to fit Fred Flintstone... Yeah, it kinda sucks. But these actually fit well and I can get them over climbing pants. The mediums still give me puffy butt but not nearly as bad as the large did. There is quite a big size difference between the two in the waist, butt and legs.
Just an FYI.. The new ones don't come with a stuff sack either, maybe that was last years thing and the description hasn't changed?

greg at Backcountry.com on 10/23/2013

Warm and very comfortable. I even did some climbing in them and they breathe fairly well when you unzip the side zips. If you want something warm that is functional around camp and beyond this is the way to go, love these! Wouldnt wear these as an outer shell climbing your crampons or even the ice will shred the material, its not meant to be durable or worn as a stand alone piece unless your just sitting in camp.

Bill Porreca at Backcountry.com on 07/09/2013

So far,so good!

Great for backpacking! I tend too run hot, and don't wear many layers gettring too my destination, but when I'm there and settled I'll put these on under my shell and they work great. comfortable too sleep in and add a great value of insulation when snow camping/mountaineering. I have five more mountain lake in my area too camp at this winter all around 12,000 ft and these pants will be with me on every trip.
DFunk at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 02/02/2013

These pants are awesome! They are extremely warm and comfortable. Their packability is on the upper end of decent but it is worth the extra space in my book. The reinforcement on the knees and ass of the pants are a nice feature compared to similar pants. The only down side to these pants, besides the price, is that the material can tear fairly simply.

Jake Anderson at Backcountry.com on 12/26/2011

I used these pants for 30 days of winter camping in AK and I'm very impressed. They are light weight and very packable. It's nice to roll into camp and easily throw them on over ski boots and pants and get warm right away. No worries about getting them wet with the synthetic insulation. A perfect expedition partner.

Noah Howell at Backcountry.com on 01/10/2012

I plan to use them for winter outdoor activities. My primary reason was to use them for flying during winter and now I see several uses of these pants.Best thing is you can put and take them off very easily(side zippers).They have adjustable waist velcro tabs. These pants look really cool and happy with purchase

Flying Goat at Backcountry.com on 11/22/2012

These are a great pant. Nice for sitting around camp at night as well as great to sleep in. Wore them with just boxers under them in sub 30 degree weather and was perfectly comfortable. The more durable material in the seat and knees is really nice as well.

xnpp255645 at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2012

Very warm

Pretty nice pants. They seem to be a "relaxed" cut pant in order to go over long johns and maybe softshells. There is plenty of room inside the pants and in the length. Normally I take a large in pants and these leave me plenty of room.
novanation at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 02/02/2014

Negative Reviews:

I returned this product because the drawstring was essentially useless in tightening therefore I couldn't get the pants to keep from falling down. Also, one of the reasons I bought these was for walking the dog on cold Minnesota nights. The material was so thin and cheap that the dog could have easily ripped through when she jumped on me, as she gets excited for her walks. Overall I'm disappointed with the design and the quality of materials.

cha775666478 at Backcountry.com on 01/25/2013