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Rest assured, pilgrim, that wherever you choose to wander, the Outdoor Research Vagabond Pant will accompany you without complaint.

  • Cotton-nylon blend fabric wicks sweat, breathes well, and is super comfortable
  • Articulated knees and a roomy fit provide a comfortable, unrestricted feel
  • Reinforced back hem won't split when you need a leg hook to nail your climb's crux

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What is the inseam measurement?

What is the inseam measurement?

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Hey brop523480,

Checked on this measurement and the inseam is 32".

5 5

Good for a pint or a pitch!

I only own a few pairs of trousers - a pair of jeans for fancy nights, heavy canvas pants for dirty work - but I have two pairs of Vagabond pants. Their cotton/nylon blend and cut make them awesome for rock climbing, and they are my pant of choice when I'm spending a day at the crags. But they also look normal enough for a dinner at the pub or a day running errands. I just lived in a pair for a month in Europe, and they stayed comfortable throughout.

I'm a bit long in the leg (32x33), so my first pair felt a bit short for today's fashion. So this spring I picked up a second pair at 34x34, and simply wear a belt and roll the cuffs.

4 5

lightweight hikers

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I wear size 34x34 pants and the 34s were slightly short for me. If you wear a size 34x33 or 34x32 these should fit perfect. The fabric is very light and breathable and the pants are nice looking enough. They would be better for traveling if they had any securable pockets.