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Dynafit Mercury Pro 2 Pant


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It doesn't matter if you're just getting into backcountry skiing or have skied 100 days a season for the last 40 years-- everyone needs a good pair of ski pants. Historically, skiers have had to choose between stretchy or waterproof, and lightweight or durable, but the Dynafit Mercury Pro 2 pants eliminate that decision entirely. Made of a stretchy, spandex-infused blend, the Mercury Pro pants are windproof and water resistant, and strike the perfect balance between protecting you from the elements without being too heavy or thick. A zip at the back of each cuff allows for easy ski/walk lever adjustment, while an internal boot gaiter keeps snow out. Burly kick panels on the inside of the lower leg will stand up to stray crampon points and sharp ski edges, and even a sharp stick or two for when you have to bushwhack out the bottom of the gully. Mesh-backed vent zips keep snow out while still allowing you to dump excess heat, and an adjustable waistband helps to articulate the fit as you widen and then shrink around the holidays. The Dynafit Mercury Pro 2 pants are perfect for epic days in the backcountry and short morning tours alike.

  • The spandex blend material which these pants are made from is both stretchy and wind/waterproof, great for wallowing up a couloir.
  • Reinforced panels on the inside of the lower leg resist puncture from whatever sharp or pointed objects you have the misfortune to brush against.
  • The lower leg zip has been moved to the back (rather than the outside) of the leg, great for adjusting ski/walk levers as well as crampons.
  • A dedicated beacon pocket located just below the hip of the pants has an internal clip to smoothly secure your beeper.
  • Waist band can be internally adjusted, and belt loops are sewn on to make a belt or bibs easy to use or attach.
  • As a ski pant, it should go without saying that the lower cuff is big enough to fit around ski boots.
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550g [M]
Ventilation Side zip with mesh back
Pockets Hand pockets and Beacon pocket with clip
Waist Adjustable waist
Cuffs Adjustable cuff and cutouts for ski/walk levers
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Athletic fit with room for layers
Materials 46% Polyester, 42% Nylon, 12% Lycra
Insulation None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski touring
Notes Wind and water repellent softshell for winter touring
Bottom Line Full featured touring pant for the non Lycra group
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Tyler
As far as I can tell the only difference between these and the non-"Pro" version is the fabric; Dynashell vs Dynastretch. I'm guessing Dynashell is more weather resistant at the expense of some breathability? Any other differences?

Could you recommend one over the other for touring in fair-ish weather? I'd probably switch back to my hardshell pants in a heavy wet storm. Thanks!
Answer from TSB
Hey Tyler, we haven't seen a massive difference in fabrics between the Dyna-designs; they're both fairly breathable pants with a water-resistant DWR coating. The Mercury Pro is a little stiffer out of the box, however, and slightly looser-fitting. I would go for the non-Pro (...amateur?) if you were looking for a pant for sunny spring days with a side of speedy winter tours, or the Pro if you wanted a powder-trouser.
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Question from Andy
What would the appropriate size be for someone 6'2 and 170lbs? Medium? Thanks!
Answer from Jeff
Andy, the medium should be your fit. A really solid pair of soft shell pants.
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Model: Mercury Pro 2 M PNT MPN: 71232

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