Women's UA Unstoppable GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Trousers

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Style # 1317918
Height: Size: Fit: Fitted
Womens UA Unstoppable GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Trousers
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Women's UA Unstoppable GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Trousers

Product DNA

The UA Unstoppable Collection is our ultimate blend of form and function. We started with the performance innovations that make you more comfortable in any situation—and then just let our designers go to town. You're going to see this gear everywhere.
  • Fitted: Next-to-skin without the squeeze
  • GORE® WINDSTOPPER® panels deliver total windproofness with maximum breathability
  • Windproof materials & construction shield you from the elements
  • Woven paneling for extra protection
  • Stretchy elastic waistband with external drawcord
  • Inseam: 70 cm
  • Polyester/Elastane
  • Body: 91% Polyester/9% Elastane
  • Overlays: 100% Polyester
  • Imported
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Review Summary

3 Reviews
3.3
33% of reviewers recommend

Size

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Comfort

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Performance

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Windstoppers

For a gore product it’s ok. The wind stop fabric is at the top of the trousers. They run small and ideally would have a higher back so that you are wind and water protected on your lower back while excercising.

Love these Pants!

Pants fit true to size! And couldnt be more comfortable. Wear well and look great! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Lasted ONE hike, not durable

I was really hesitant buying these pants because of the price, but I was looking for some hiking pants to help with the wind and rain when on a mountain summit. I took them out for their very first hike (first time ever wearing them) and was extremely disappointed with their durability. Pros: - wind resistant - zippered pockets helped contain small items for easy access - inseam - I'm 5'4" and its a great length - it's very hard to find pants that aren't too long Cons: - 2 holes in the back after doing an easy scramble and moderate climb up and down a mountain. I'm assuming this came from rubbing up against rocks but I expected them to last more than one hike - very warm in hot sun/weather hard to tell if they were breathable - They fit a baggy so probably could have sized down Would not recommend them for hiking or trails or anything that risks you falling down