When big trails are the order of the day and big comfort is a priority, pull on the Eider Men's Singhi II Pant. The lightweight Drycore Bistretch fabric has an exceptionally soft feel and good abrasion resistance, and it dries out in a flash. The gusseted inseam and generous fabric stretch allow you to navigate technical terrain with complete agility.

  • Drycore Bistretch fabric is soft against skin, abrasion resistant, and quick drying
  • Inseam gusset and generous fabric stretch allow you to move with complete freedom
  • Removable belt adjusts for a snug fit
  • UPF 45 rating protects your lower half from harmful alpine sunlight
  • Total of five zippered pockets keep trail essentials securely stowed and protected from the elements

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Would a small fit a 31x32 sized person?

Would a small fit a 31x32 sized person?

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Ross,

Your waist measurement (31") is right on par with the size small. Your inseam measurement (32") is a little shorter than the size small. If you find the pants to be too long, you could always have them hemmed.

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

5 5

Sleek Pants for Lean Hikers

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Baggy-butted, flappy-legged pants are apparently the style these days. I'm sick of them. They feel cumbersome, especially when adorned with absurd cargo pockets. And they look ridiculous. Every manufacturer makes them. Eider is the only company I've found that makes sleek pants for lean hikers. I bought my first pair of Eider Singhi II pants while working in the French Alps. They instantly became the one pair I loved wearing. After returning to North America, and trying lightweight hiking pants from nearly every major manufacturer, I began hunting for Eiders and found they were available only here -- at Backcountry.com-- so I bought two more pairs. The fabric is light but seems adequately robust. The UPF 45 rating is excellent and, in my opinion, essential. The pants stretch well and dry very fast. I refuse to wear hiking pants with belt loops, because the belt never stays in place, ultimately comprising comfort. Integral belts work perfectly, and that's another feature I appreciate about the Singhi II's. I could do without the back pockets, because they're of no use when hiking, but they don't pose a problem. I like the slash, thigh pocket because it's useful and convenient. My only suggestion for improvement would be to make the hand-pocket zips close by zipping down, not up. The zipper pulls end up beneath a pack hipbelt when pulled up, so you have to leave them partially unzipped when wearing a pack. My rating: 7 stars. One extra star goes to Eider, for bucking a wrong-headed but pervasive trend, and instead letting function guide their design decisions. The other extra star goes to Backcountry.com, because they search for and stock items -- like these pants -- that are not obvious, easy choices, and that are not readily available elsewhere. Hey Backcountry, please replenish the size mediums. I'll buy more. ... By the way, I'm 6 ft tall, 175 lbs, with a 33-in waist, and the mediums fit like they were tailored for me.

5 5

Perfect trekking pant

The lightness, stretch and UV protection this pant offers makes it the perfect trekking pant. They are straight legged with a nice athletic cut which makes them stylish instead of frumpy like so many baggy trekking pants. Awesome for climbing or hiking with the gusseted inseam and super stretchy, highly wicking material. Lots of pockets to stash your goods but without the bulky look of cargo pockets. Awesome summer pant!