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Explore without leaving style at home.
- Blended material features durable, breathable nylon and stretchy elastane for true mobility and comfort in a variety of climates and weather conditions
- DWR treatment helps fend off light moisture to prevent saturation
- Concealed zip pocket for cash, passport, or keys
- Boot cut allows the pant cuff to drape over your rugged hiking boots
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A cleaner look for the outdoors
When traveling through Nicaragua there were a couple of times when I wasn't in the jungle. Instead, I had to be at a meeting with other international officials. I would put these guys on with a button up. They gave me the cleaner and professional look I needed. And at the same time I wasn't out of my zone. They were still outdoorsy and breathable for the warm weather. They have a comfortable and close fit.
Am 70 yrs old and live in Wyoming where...
Am 70 yrs old and live in Wyoming where every day activity needs outdoor clothes. My legs are long and thin but do have a bigger waist. Have a pair of Marmot pants that are absolutely wonderful but don't know the style name. Size is
XL/TG. Can you help direct me to a style that would fit. Thanks, Mary
Too big in waist
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
For me lately all the Marmot pants are not cut very well unless you have skinny legs relative to your waist. I'm a cyclist so maybe I do have larger legs than average but I feel these are cut for a string bean-type figure or an older figure with a larger waist relative to thighs/hips, not for a younger, curvier or athletic person.
Great Fabric, Weird Fit
I usually wear Marmot's Lobo pants - and decided to branch out with the Explore. Fabric is slightly heavier, but the real difference lies in the cut. I'm 5'6", Lobos fit great, Explores seemed long and the waist fit really high. If you're 5'8", I'm sure they'd be great! Here's a link to a lengthier comparison to the Lobo: http://thelotusandthelorax.blogspot.com/2012/09/review-marmot-explore-pant.html