Welcome to Wildernet
Home | Getting Started | Gift Center | Gear Store | Book Store | Topo Maps | My Wildernet | Newsletter Signup

Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear Men's Cordoba Shorts




Shopping Cart

Mountain Hardwear Men's Cordoba Shorts

Heavyweight cotton canvas shorts, the Mountain Hardwear Men's Cordoba Shorts are tough enough for a day of Joshua Tree climbs.

  • Fabric: Basalting™ Canvas, (100% cotton)
  • Durable canvas fabric, great for day cragging
  • Full length inseam gusset for mobility
  • Lots of pockets for storage
  • UPF 50 sun protection
  • Inseam/outseam/cbl:10", 12"; 25 cm., 31 cm.
  • Weight: 14 oz.; 383 g.

Buy the Mountain Hardwear Cordoba Shorts for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

5 Star Rating

Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Men's Cordoba Shorts

5 Stars MTHarp - 2013-04-17

Wore these shorts on a 3 day hike in the Carolina's Instantly blown away; love these shorts from the second I had them on. Extremely comfortable, lightweight, breathable and expels moisture.

5 Stars gnphiker - 2011-06-18

Really nice shorts
Love the fit of the Cordoba Shorts. As with all MH items I've purchased over the years they are really very well made and fit true to size. I opted for the 12" lenght which come to just above my knee. The 10" seemed a little too short for my liking. Only negative would be, is the back pockets are a tad bit too shallow.

4 Stars WaveSkier - 2011-09-10

Tough Enough?
The reason I purchased these shorts is to wear while navigating Class III technical slot canyons in Zion National Park. A good deal of the time in the sport of canyoneering is spent sliding on one's backside and stemming against rough surfaces. As a result, the material of all clothing needs to be tough and durable enougth to handle the rigors that the harsh conditions place upon them. A couple of pre-use observations: While the material of the Cordoba shorts is billed as "canvas" and suitable for rock climbing...I wonder. The material seems a little lightweight for heavy duty use. I also would prefer not to have flaps on the rear pockets. I can see these being easily damaged or even torn off by a nasty slide. And lastly, the shorts do stretch a bit with wear, so ordering on the small side might be best.


About Wildernet |  Email to a Friend  |  Disclaimer |  Privacy |  Contact Us
Advertisers & Sponsors |  Owners & Operators |  Tourism Promotors
©1995-2008 Interactive Outdoors Inc. All rights reserved.