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timetraveler wrote a review of on January 11, 2012

3 5

I ordered these pants for travel as a substitute for sweat pants. They are warm, light-weight, and take up little room in my bag. They fit, but the first time I pulled them over my hips several stitches popped. I had to reinforce the waistband with zig-zag stitches to keep them from unraveling.

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timetraveler wrote a review of on September 16, 2009

4 5

The Columbia Trekster Pant is made of light-weight fabric that looks good, resists wrinkles, and dries quickly. The two back pockets and the front cargo pocket have hook and loop closures and are large enough to hold a small wallet, airline ticket, and passport. Siize 10 is several inches too long for my 30 inch inseam. The pants are difficult to hem because the legs are slightly flared at the bottom.

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timetraveler wrote a review of on March 10, 2009

2 5

I bought these pants for the pockets. But as soon as I put anything slightly heavy (like a wallet) into a pocket, they slide down and look like something a teen aged snowboarder would wear. A smaller size might have stayed up better, but would not have been the relaxed, comfortable pants described. A belt will be required for these pants to be of any use at all.

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timetraveler wrote a review of on November 7, 2008

3 5

I wore my new jacket while riding my bicycle in cool (58 F), damp, cloudy, windy weather. I found its wind-blocking feature very good, breathe-ability OK, and warmth just right. It's a little short for my taste and the trim fit makes it a poor choice for layering over anything heavier than a T-shirt, without sizing up.

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