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Mistral Pant

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Average Rating : 4.50 out of 5
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Mistral Pant
Manufacturer: REI

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These all-purpose mountain pants are built to take the abuse of climbing, hiking, or mountain biking while keeping you dry and comfortable. * Rugged and durable yet soft to the touch, Schoeller® Dynamic fabric stretches for a full range of motion, repels rain and breathes * Elastic webbing belt with a low-profile buckle, articulated knees and zippered cuffs with hook-and-loop closure for a great fit * Waistband and cuffs are lined with soft, brushed polyester for comfort; double knees add durability * Two side-seam pockets, one back pocket and one angled zippered pocket on the left thigh for the essentials * Zipper fly Average weight 18 ounces

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Comfortable. 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: mangiacapra, 2007-04-28

Being an REI employee, I suppose I might be a little bias towards our company products. But this is one item that speaks well for itself. Don't believe me? Keep in mind all REI's have a %100 satisfaction gauruntee, try a pair, if you're not satisfied, bring 'em back. They're very lightweight, flexible, and soft, making them one of the more overall comfortable climbing pants out there.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: euroford, 2005-12-18

I was looking for a softshell wind and water resitant pant for use Ice climbing in the winter and alpine rock climbing at altitude during the summer. For the price you just can't beat these, very stripped down with the features you need and none of the extra crap that you don't. so far they have been worn for a total of 22 miles of dogwalking in the city from temps 12-30 deg. and on one ice climbing daytrip around 15-18 deg with only a Patagonia silkweight capalene underneith. they breath really well, but i will be adding a midweight layer under them for prolonged conditions less than 15 deg. i think they will be perfect at 40 deg. and above without any underlayer but this is yet to be seen. If they blocked just a touch more wind they would rate a 5.

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