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Columbia
Silver Ridge Utility Convertible Pant - Women's

3.7222222222222223 out of 5 stars
18 Reviews
$74.99
Color:City Grey

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Why We Like The Columbia Silver Ridge Utility Convertible Pant

Temperatures change, but our love of the trail does not, so we slip into the Columbia Silver Ridge Utility Convertible Pant for multi-season adventures. These pants offer full coverage, wicking power, and three styles in one. Full-length pants have roll tabs at the cuffs to adjust the shape to a mid-calf length, and if that's not enough, zip off the legs from the knee down for an airier feeling.


Details

  • Convertible hiking pants with multiple ways to wear
  • Lightweight recycled fabric with Omni-Wick tech for moisture management
  • Active fit with articulated knees for trek-ready mobility
  • Roll-up cuffs with snap-button tabs for a capri-length look
  • Zip-off legs for conversion to above-knee shorts
  • Omni-Shade UPF 50 defense protects against solar rays
  • Item #COLZBO3
Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
100% recycled polyester, Omni-Wick treatment
Fit
semi-fitted
Style
convertible, utility
Inseam
32in
Leg Opening
snap-button tab, zip-off legs
Pockets
2 hand, 1 thigh, 1 back
Waist
belt loops
UPF Rating
50
Activity
hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 18 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 0 reviews
2 Stars - 5 reviews
3 Stars - 2 reviews
4 Stars - 4 reviews
5 Stars - 7 reviews

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2 out of 5 stars

April 7, 2024

Runs small; design and materials uncomfortable.

I've worn this pant for years and with age, needed a slightly larger size. I'm normally a 12-14 in most brands, but know Columbia's Silver Ridge has minimal give to the material, so went up to a 16, which barely fit and thus, will be returned. I think Columbia has perhaps rested on their laurels as one of the OG outdoor clothing designers and has not kept pace with advances in materials and design in this industry. It's a shame, but there are so many other comparable manufacturers that are making better products in the same price point that it's hard to consider Columbia anymore when replacing old hiking gear.

HotCanary
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

5 out of 5 stars

March 28, 2024

Comfortable, Durable and Stylish!

I have the pants in Grey, and just recommended them to my sister! they are stylish, comfy, durable, and give received a ton of compliments about them when Ive been on hikes! I'll definitely purchase again! Nice job, Columbia!!

Teresa
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

5 out of 5 stars

March 16, 2024

A good buy!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Having worn such (by other companies) for years, these fit as expected with comfort. Great sale price! Appreciate the cuff cinch ability. Deep side pockets would be great, but absence of is not a deal breaker! I’m sure they’ll wear well on upcoming trips to Alaska and Central America!

gj
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

3 out of 5 stars

March 5, 2024

Meh.

Meh. Standard women’s clothing problems. Small pockets. Too tight through the thighs and too large through the waist (for my curvy body anyway). Might work well on a straight body with slim legs. No stretch. Probably would have returned, but I figured I’d give them a chance.

Kacey
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

2 out of 5 stars

February 18, 2024

Returned

Returned. Not meant for people with wider hips and thighs and butt. Also low rise and sizing is inaccurate.

lf14
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

5 out of 5 stars

December 31, 2023

Comfortable

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love them.their so comfortable.i gonna order more pairs.

Kathy
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

4 out of 5 stars

December 28, 2023

Versatile

I bought the gray pair this summer for a fall trip. They are very versatile and can turn into shorts as fast as I can zip the legs off. Very easy. Roomie for my curvy figure. I would have gotten more but they didn’t have my size. I’m almost 5’8 & wear a large. I will add that the snaps are hard to undo, so I just snap the top one for ease.

Lo1
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

5 out of 5 stars

September 20, 2023

Review update

I have to update my previous review. I bought a size 12 previously (usually I'm a size 8) and when I wore it for the first time they seem to fit perfectly (I have pictures on my previous review: dark blue pants).The fabric actually loosens up a bit and the size 12 got a bit loose. I ordered another one on size 10. This time, the first time I wore it, it seemed a bit tight, but after wearing it for some hours, the fit was right. I really like the pants and I will still wear both sizes. The 12 I will need a belt and the 10 I won't need one.

Sim65
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

3 out of 5 stars

August 20, 2023

confortable , good

Light fabric good for summer, straight fit. I am 5.6 f , high , 160 pounds, I ordered size 12 ,fits a bit loose, but I keep it . I think it will do the job for hiking. I think it should have adjustable buckles on the waist band but it doesn't.

Maria C
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com

4 out of 5 stars

August 15, 2023

It runs small

The only reason I'm giving it a 4 star instead of 5 is because the product runs small. I've read the previous reviews and also went through the size chart and decided to order myself a size 12. I'm a size 8 and have other Columbia products size 8. I'm glad I ordered a size 12. It's a little bit roomy on my waist, but I like it that way. It's the right size for me. I'm 5'8", about 155 lb.

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Sim65
columbia.com

Originally reviewed on columbia.com