Marmot Sonia Pant

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Marmot Sonia Pant
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Marmot Women's Sonia Pant.
Life in the fast lane just got more comfortable. These awesome action pants feature high-tech fabrics and sport useful extras like front and rear stash pockets, a contoured waistband, and a handy roll-up cuff feature. Blue Sign Approved Fabric. Soft, Breathable, Light Weight Performance Nylon Stretch Woven Fabric. Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30. Abrasion Resistant Nylon Fabric. Quick-Drying and Wicking. Stretch for Increased Mobility and Comfort. Contoured Waistband for added shape. Articulated Knees. Inseam Gusset Panel for Increased Mobility. Front Pockets with Secure Side Pocket with Zip Closure. Back Pockets with Snap Closure. Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband for Added Comfort. 32" Inseam.94% Nylon 6% Elastane 4.8oz/yd.11.99 oz (339.9g).

Fabric:

  • Blue Sign-approved fabric demonstrates Marmot's commitment to going green
  • Articulated Knees - Design Feature to Reduce Excess Fabric and Improve Mobility
  • Blue Sign Approved Fabric Lightweight, Comfortable, Stretch Performance Woven Fabric
  • Abrasion resistant stretch nylon dries quickly and manages moisture so you aren't still cold and wet after a spontaneous stream crossing

Fit:

  • Slim fit, contoured waistband, and articulated knees offer a naturally athletic fit and flattering form

Ventilation:

  • Quick-Drying and Wicking Durable Water-Resistant Finish (DWR)

Waistband:

  • Contoured Waistband for added shape Stretch for Increased Mobility and Comfort
  • Brushed Tricot interior waistband enhances comfort and resists chafing

Size and Dimensions:

  • Inseam gusset panel allows for a full range of motion
  • 32" Inseam

Zippers:

  • Zipper Secure Side Pocket Back Pockets with Snap Closure

Features:

  • Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 40
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A fall chill is in the air, but you and your Marmot Women's Sonia Pant can be found on the trail regardless. In fact, you feed on the changing of the seasons, channeling your energy into outdoor heaven on the backwoods trail systems of the wooded peaks.
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Marmot Sonia Pant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I am 5ft 1 and approx 96-98lbs; I've been looking for hiking pants that are durable, functional, and not like pajamas (i.e. do not have wide legs, or drawstring waist to compensate for poor fit). I had a stash of girls hiking pants from the days when REI offered girls size 10, 12, 14, 16 pants (instead of the 10-12, 14-16 fits) but they have totally fallen apart. So the hiking pant quest has been on in earnest. The Marmot Sonia is the best I've found so far - leaner fit (so it meets the not-pajama criteria), lots of great functional details and durable materials. I can fit into the 2, but the hip fit was snug, so I got the size 4 - note that these pants are clearly not usual US sizes - yay! - I am usually swimming in a 2-4 from any other company. The rise on these pants is also great for petite women. The inseam is 32 inches, so I did have the hem altered. The one issue I foresee is that they will stretch out too much over time - they have 6% elastane - I will be really bummed if I end up with a saggy ass pant, and probably wish that I got the size 2 instead.

Gearlover at Backcountry.com on 06/17/2013

I haven't outdoor tested them yet, but they definitely have all the things I've been searching far and wide for in a hiking pant. #1: STRETCH. They're super stretchy but they still feel durable. #2: Lower rise. It seems like a lot of hiking pants make you look like a 70's park ranger in a very bad way; these have a lower (but not like, creepy low) rise so they look cool and are comfy. #3: Plenty of pockets. Two side, one thigh and two back. The back pockets have snaps, which I usually hate because they mean really difficult-to-explain-to-your-boyfriend bruises on your ass from sliding down rocks... but we'll see. They are definitely not slim fit; I'm no beanpole... 5'9" and 160lbs and they're pretty baggy on my thighs (I ordered a 12). Don't mind that much though, because then you don't get weird bumps when you have stuff in your pockets. All in all, I love them! 1 star off for butt snaps and not being slim like in the description.

artarbox1707296 at Backcountry.com on 09/17/2013

I really like this pants and bought a few pairs. The fabric has some substance to it... seems durable. Nice styling and pockets. I agree with the reviewer that the styling is a bit on the slim side, but I ordered my normal size and they fit fine. I have muscular legs and sometimes feel that pants are too snug in the thigh, but these are fine. I do, however, have a tree trunk for a body... not much curve at the hips, so I always order a larger size that one would think for might height and weight. I am a 45 years old, 5'4" and 120lbs (reasonably fit) and I usually order an 8 instead of a 6. I ordered an 8 in these pants and it is perfect. They seem to fit well for a less curvy figure.

lucp91757 at Backcountry.com on 11/27/2012

Depending on styling, I can take a size 2, 0, XS, or XXS in pants and skirts. Usually bottoms run large on me, especially in the waist, so I was surprised when both the size 2 and the size 4 were not too bad in the waist but really snug in the thighs. I had to get a size 6 (I think I was between the 4 and 6), and as usual, I had to take in the waist. (No matter what size I get, I always take in the waist.) These pants are a great style, kind of hip, and it was worth it to make the exchange. The back contour stitching is nice, the articulated knees are clever, and the leg pocket is cute and useful.

san5537205 at Backcountry.com on 04/20/2012

These are beautifully well-made pants. I love the color and the material. The specs say "slim fit" but I'm not so sure about that. I usually wear a 12 and these are a little big. Not big enough that I'd return them for a 10, however. The extra room is fine since they're now in my rotation of hiking pants.

vcrp650320 at Backcountry.com on 09/08/2013

Bought 2 pairs of these pants for hiking in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. Pants are very comfortable -- especially like the soft waistband and stretch. Plenty of pockets, good fit and nice length, overall a great pant for the casual hiker. Ordered one sizeup from my usual size.

radp675117 at Backcountry.com on 09/19/2013

I am of a curvy build,5'3", in between size 10-12 ordered the 12 and did not find that the slim fit was too tight.The material is great.I was in the Amazon and these pants of which I have two dried so quickly.Very stylish .The length is long

penp6318 at Backcountry.com on 05/22/2013

I love these pants. They do run small. I'm 5'8, 120 lbs. Usually wear a 4. Bought the 6 and they are perfect. They are small thru the thighs, but I have skinny legs, so they are perfect

janetegiles2311129 at Backcountry.com on 06/13/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I'm 5'0 113 pounds, athletic build. I carry my weight in my lower body. I usually wear a size 2, I ordered these in a 4 and they were pretty snug on my thighs, but made my butt look great. They were also a good 5 inches too long for me. They seemed like good quality material, for average hiking, not so much for scraping against rock over time. I am going to exchange them for a bigger size. I would recommend them for long slender people.

bonp987862 at Backcountry.com on 12/08/2013