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- Organic cotton and hemp create a durable, comfortable fabric that is easy on the environment and on your legs
- Low-rise, low-profile waist won't bind
- Full-length inseam gusset ramps up mobility
- Drawcord gives you a custom fit
- Lots of pocket space means you'll always have more room for treats
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
So I bought these in a size 8. I'm 5'8 and about 135 lbs. Unfortunately, they fit a bit tight around my hips. Once I washed them, I decided not to put them in the drier and they seem to fit better. I ride my bicycle to and from school and work, so they feel somewhat constricting, but they look "dressy" enough for work. I guess three stars because it runs small for my taste, but look good.
Sad how they changed them!
I have two pairs of last years Sandhill Capris- perfect for everything. You can move in them, be athletic in them and also just wear them around town. This years version they went for "cute". You can wear them in town, but the cut has been tightened through the legs to the point that you really can't be too active in them. After debating, I am sending them back. There cute, good fit, it you don't have to squat and move around to much. Still love the fabric. Hope Mountain Hardwear reads the reviews and brings the old ones back!
Fit was meh.
Really, really like the mesquite color, and was actually looking forward to the mid rise mentioned in the previous review (I have a bubble bum, and low rise usually doesn't work well for me). However, the rise was kind of awkwardly between a low and mid rise, and just made my torso look weird. The leg width is great for muscly/bulky thighs, though. Also, I'd planned to use these for climbing, but I found the fit too restricting for stemming/bridging. They'd be great for moderate hikes and around town, though, and the roll-up legs are a nice touch.
Last year's version was SO cute. Slim low rise while still relaxed in the thigh. It had a drawstring. The new cut is dowdy and unflattering -- mid rise with button adjustments on the outside of the waistband. All poofy. Bummer!