Mountain Hardwear Piero Pant

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Mountain Hardwear Piero Pant
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After it was introduced to the outdoor community, the popularity of the Men's Piero Pant spread like wildfire. Mountain Hardwear has since updated the style to bring this pant in a little closer to the body for a cleaner fit, but don't worry, you won't sacrifice any mobility when you're scrambling over rocks or 'packing the Long Trail.

Fabric:

  • Made from durable, abrasion-resistant stretch canvas fabric

Lining and Layers:

  • Micro-chamois lining in the waist offers comfort when you're wearing a harness or the hip-belt of a heavy pack

Waistband:

  • Chalk bag loop at center back waistband

Weather and Wind:

  • DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed moisture

Size and Dimensions:

  • Inseam gusset and articulated knees mean ultimate freedom to nail heel hooks while you climb or step high when you're hiking

Comfort:

  • Comfort stretch for mobility

Pockets:

  • Lots of pockets for storage

Features:

  • UPF 50 sun protection
  • Salado Stretch Canvas offers superior durability and stretchy flexibility
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FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Piero Pant.

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Made for climbing with an updated fit and style lines, Mountain Hardwear's Piero Pants feature a chalk bag loop, articulated knees, an inseam gusset, and abrasion-resistant fabric with a hint of stretch for long reaches.

Fiber Content: 95% nylon, 5% elastane.
Country of Origin: Imported


Gearx

These pants are so useful you might want more than one pair. Versatile, durable against rock and brush and made with stretch fabric for movement for climbing, hiking or just about anything else you can do outside.


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River Sports Outfitters
These are the pants worth buying in two colors . Versatile, durable against rock and brush and made with stretch fabric for movement for climbing, hiking or just about anything else you can do outside.

Zappos.com
These are pants worth buying in two colors.
protects against rock and brush.
Micro-Chamois™-lined waist for comfort under a harness.
Salado™ Stretch Canvas (95% nylon, 5% elastane).
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
Imported.
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Back Rise:16 in
Body:Salado Stretch Canvas (95% nylon, 5% elastane)
Ems_sale:Yes
Fabric:Synthetic
Fit:Relaxed
Front Rise:11 in
Inseam:Short: 30 in.; Regular: 32 in.
Inseam Length:30,32,34" / 76 cm
Inseam/short:30 in.; regular
Leg Opening:18 in
Outseam:42 in
Pant Length:Full length
Rise:High
Semifitted:trim fit, just loose enough for layering and freedom of movement
Waist Measurement:31 in
Weight:1 lb. 4 oz. / 562 g.
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Mountain Hardwear Piero Pant Reviews:

Reviews:

So I was looking for some pants to wear to a Green Bay Packer game this Sunday and after browsing through multiple sporting goods stores, I could not find what I had in mind that I wanted. What I was looking for was a heavier soft shell type material in a pants form that was a bit more heavy than say the sort of nylon crepe type fabric of a lot of those convertible type pants that zip off into shorts. Also I wanted something that would not absorb a ton of liquid as I tend to get excited when my team scores and I could possibly have a beverage in my hand that is not capped. So I was essentially looking for the unicorn of pants I thought since my exhaustive search on the ground was fruitless. I turned to searching the world wide information super highway and came across these on Zappos. I thought I might as well give them a try since I had so far been unsuccessful and the description seemed to fit what I was looking for. Today they arrived and lo and behold, they were the very pants I was attempting to locate! They are a nice medium/heavy stretchy soft shell type material, stylish and will definitely work well in the cold with some thermals underneath.
@Subdude662 - customer at Zappos.com on 11/22/2013

The Piero's are outstanding pants if you're a trad climber or avid hiker that demands durability. My other favorite in this category of pants is the Prana Zion but these are better. The stretch and comfort is insane and has a sweet zippered thigh pocket that is perfect size for your phone. I own two pairs in Grey and Brown and looking to add a third in black before they get discontinued or something. They fit a little baggy which I prefer but the newer models are a bit closer fitting.

Matt A at Backcountry.com on 11/13/2013

Durable, great fit

These fit great and traverse everything from work to hiking. The only pants I own that I can come home from work and go straight into the back country. These look great at work and I've used them for hiking, camping and light snow sports. The pockets are lined, I can stab my hands into the pocket when working outside to warm up. I recently used these on a winter hiking into Tuckerman's Ravine and with only T1 on under them I was warm all day (the temps were -20).
Pelham hiker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013

I bought 2 pairs of these in 2010. After 2 years of daily use on farms, the only thing that cut the fabric was when I got myself in the knee with a bill hook!
They dry really fast, have just the right amount of pockets, and are thin enough to be comfortable in fairly warm weather. Sadly, I'm going to have to retire these for the summer in Thailand, but I'm hoping that the Mesa pant can more or less replace them....Time will tell!

Will at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2012