Picked these up in early 2020. I've worn them for a variety of scrambles and mountaineering objectives - including up Rainier and (most of) Pico de Orizaba. They're good all around pants and have held up to my abuse well. They're not as water resistant as some of my friends higher end shells from arc, but they're plenty fine for all but truly wet conditions where you should really be putting a hardshell on no matter what. They climb well with a harness on. I've already put a crampon through the back of one of the legs, but nothing a little tenacious tape didn't patch up. They breathe quite well and I find them to be a really good middle weight for a lot of different objectives in the PNW, and they're form-fitting but not skin tight so layering a base layer under them is no big deal. The crew at NW Alpine are great as well.
I wear these for hiking about anywhere. They are perfect for thru hiking mountain trails and warm enough when the sun goes down. The 3 pockets are an ideal size and location and lay flat against the body. They excel in the cold kansas winter winds and breath well in warmer xonditions. My go to hiker up to about 65 degrees.