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- Tough cotton and nylon blend makes this a durable and abrasion-resistant pant
- Articulated knees and gusseted crotch allow for a full range of motion
- Plentiful pockets hold tools, snacks, or other necessities at camp or on a hike
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
this is pure garbage. the button fell off after the first day. great for emasculated males because there is no room in the crotch or rear
what a joke
might be good for skeletons
Great travel pant.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I take these with me when we travel and for just knocking around while at home. They are very comfortable and they are also very durable.
love these pants
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
These pants are super comfortable and fit great. Very versatile temperature-wise. Like all Arc Teryx stuff they probably won't fit well if you don't have a trim/athletic build. Great for travel, lounging, hiking, camping, low impact stuff. I don't recommend them for heavy activity that requires full range of motion -- the fit is snug (but comfortable) in the groin area.
Great fit and length. Light enough for warm weather. Super comfy for traveling. Definitely buying a second pair.
Here we go again
So I have to say these are one of the best fitting pants I have ever bought. They are not too tight (and also not to baggy), the length is a solid 32 inches in the 30 inch waist, and the waist fits me perfect. When moving in them I can make dynamic movements with the legs, the gusseted crotch gives you a lot more freedom of movement. This pant is a lot thinner than many outdoor manufacturer pants and they are super cush for hanging out or a day on the boulder. I have a 32.5 inch waist. I usually have to buy size 32 inch pants, but these run very big so I had to size down to the 30 which laying flat measures 16.5 inches in the pair I have. To the review below, if the size you got was too tight, size up. I usually have to try a couple different sizes before I find the right one. That was definitely not my experience, I find these run big so I suggest size down 1 size. The color is right on for the peat, but I think the graphite is a little darker than the picture on here. I have both colors and love them, these pants are bomb, highly recommended.
Talk about tight.
I put them on and I felt like someone grabbed a hold of my *use your imagination* and held on tight. Sitting down was a tough process and doing anything involved movement was difficult. I did not buy a size too small, I actually bought a size larger because I have a few friends who own Arc'teryx pants and told me to get one size bigger. If I had purchased the exact size I wear in jeans I probably would not have even been able to put them on.
Unless you are a bike messenger or someone who enjoys extremely tight fitting pants around the crotch area, and by extremely tight fitting I mean cutting off blood flow, then stay away.