Mountain Hardwear Women's Pacing Shorts
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Pacing Shorts are everything you need for a run, and nothing more. A comfortable inseam gusset and an odor control finish
- Fabric: Wildwood Stretch Plainweave, (100% polyester)
- Wicking, fast drying, stretch fabric
- Easy access side pocket and inside leg pocket for strategic storage
- Natural Chitosan antimicrobial finish on inner layer controls odor
- Inseam gusset for mobility
- Soft drawcord at waist for easy fit adjustments
- UPF 25 sun protection
- Inseam/outseam/cbl:5 "; 13 cm
- Weight: 3 oz.; 95 g.
Buy the Mountain Hardwear Pacing Shorts for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Women's Pacing Shorts
Finally found shorts that fit me right. Got a size small. I am 5' and weigh 105 lbs. Have heavy thighs so fit is not snug and is the right length. Did not give 5 stars because I wanted a short with pockets. This pocket is too small!
I bought these shorts because they were dri-fit and the leg length was modest enough for a 50-something. They are very comfortable and I like the inner liner (with small pocket for my car key). My only complaint is that the rise is a little short but since I usually wear my pants below my waist, I'm comfortable with them. I am 5'3" tall, 138 lb. and the size medium was a good fit with roominess to walk without excess bagginess. I like them so much that I am considering buying another pair.
Not quite right...
I have recently started training for a 1/2 marathon and couldn't find running shorts with an inseam longer than 2 inches!! These shorts are a great length..they hit me just above mid-thigh. I should note, that I am 5'3, 135 lbs and athletic build. The fabric is smooth and comfortable. It has several conveniently located pockets for a key and/or an ID card. The problem I ran into was a manufacturing one. The built-in underwear/elastic was very tight around the booty area, so I simply cut them out. The front of the shorts also hang more like a men's short (a little baggy in the crotch). Again, finding a plain black pair of running shorts with a little length is challenging. These are overpriced for me, but I also know Mountain Hardwear runs high. All-in-all a good short, but it still needs a few modifications.