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Dynafit Mercury 2 Pant

Brand: Dynafit
Model: Mercury 2 DST M PNT
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Price: $229.95
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Dynafit streamlined the Mercury pant enough to earn it a new number (2). Switching up the fabric mix and weaving the light lining into the inside of the shell material, the designers managed to shave 100 grams of weight and make it even more appropriate for active touring. The Mercury 2 pants have mesh-backed zip-vents on the thighs for dumping excess heat. They feature active-cut knees and abrasion-resistant breathable material. The weave is wind-resistant and water-repellent, yet mixed with elastane (spandex) in order to stretch with you. The pants now feature a Velcro adjustment on the waist to get the right fit, yet are also compatible with Dynafit Suspenders as backup. If you’re looking for a ski touring pant that adapts to many conditions, check out the new Dynafit Mercury DST (durable softshell).

  • Stretch woven softshell is wind and water resistant.
  • Ventilation zips on outer thigh have a fine mesh backing.
  • Waist is adjustable with a Velcro strap on both sides.
  • Adjustable internal gaiter keeps snow out of your boots.
  • Belt loops and suspender hooks enable backup support.
  • Two waist and one thigh pocket offer ample storage.
  • Shell is coated with a durable water repellent (DWR).
  • Durable scuff guards protect the lowers from skis.
-> ounces
550g [M]
Ventilation Side zips
Pockets 2 side, 1 right thigh
Waist Velcro adjust, belt loops
Cuffs Snow gaiters
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Regular
Materials Shell: 65% nylon, 26% polyester, 9% spandex
Lining: 100% polyester
Insulation N/A
Lining Brushed
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Touring, mountaineering
Notes No expensive membrane
Bottom Line Functional and inexpensive pants
Question from doug
I have a 32-33" waist and am 6"3" 185 lbs with fairly big legs, seems like I'd be swimming in the large, but would medium be pretty tight?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Doug! Large, for sure. Medium would be so tight around the legs and the waist is adjustable enough that it'd be pretty easy cinch it down with the velcro.
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Question from Jesse
If I am a size 30 waist, with legs on the longer side (6'0", 145 lbs), what size do you think I should get these in?
Also, any idea how they compare to the Mercury Pro WST? Any chance they would be too warm for spring use?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Jesse, thanks for reaching out. It's tough to say exactly as your waist is better suited to a Small while your legs seem like they'd be better in a Large. I think splitting the difference to get a Medium would be the best solution, however that's only because I think getting a Small or a Large would be even worse as far as fit goes.

I have a similar waist to leg length issue (only I have really short legs for my 5' 9" stature) and have found that the Crazy Idea Nomix Pant has one of the longest leg lengths for the waist. It's basically the Crazy Idea version of the Mercury 2 pant, just with a slightly different cut (a bit more tapered through the leg, more space in the caboose/trunk/booty). No side vents though, so if that's the reason you like the Mercury 2 then I'd stay away from the Nomix.

Another one worth looking at is the Millet LTK XCS Pant. Same length as the Nomix, but ever so slightly baggier (basically the same, but it's slightly different), but a very similar finish to the Mercury 2.
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