Get a move on.
Engineered with motion in mind, the Kühl Revolve Pant features scuff guards to help it survive even your burliest climbs. The durable pockets are riveted to withstand abuse, and the soft brushed cellulose outer layer spreads moisture for rapid sweat evaporation. Whether you climb to the top or lounge around the town, the roomy fit allows comfort and full range of movement.
- Item #KUH0218
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Durable and strong. Comparable to the Carhart Cargo pant but much lighter weight. I have been impressed with the versatility of the pant. Built to withstand the work I put into it daily, and my play time on the river, rocks and snow. It has a great water reflective layer that does a decent job repelling liquid and dry’s fast when it becomes saturated.
Casual comfort plus!
A great pair of pants that you put on and forget about. Much better than forgetting to put on pants. Lightweight yet rugged, they move when you move and seem to shed light dirt and dust easily. Some really nice detailing in the design and leg pocket. I can see wearing these pants in hot summer and cool temps. Hell, I'd even lean up against a barn in them.
KUHL Revolvr Pant
KUHL Revolvr Pant
My go-to hiking pants
Revolver is firing on all cylinders!
This Kuhl Revolvr is a great pant for hiking, tactical use or everyday use. The Kuhl Revolvr is made by blending 26% nylon into the ultralight 5.1 oz sq. yd. combed cotton canvas which gives you lightweight comfort and breathability of cotton with the added durability of nylon. I have found these Kuhl Revolvr pants to be super comfortable, durable and very resistant to scuffs and damage. I had to go a size up on my Kuhl Revolvr's to make sure I was comfortable, so maybe you will too. I use my Kuhl Revolvr pants for whatever I can get away with, but hiking, backpacking and tactical use usually tops what I do with them. Berz Rating: 92/100 (Mostly affected by being made in China)
Kuhl Tech overview
Kuhl Revolver at Pete's Rock
has a crazy inside tab and button, gives you a bizarre secure fit
inside the pocket
just in case you lose the tags
back of pants
Hiking In August
Backpacking the Centennial Ridges trail in Algonquin
With the cotton ratio in these pants, do...
With the cotton ratio in these pants, do they dry fast? I am interested in purchasing a pair for backpacking in the late spring and early fall and want something that is going to be durable, but will also dry when it rains.
They're fairly thin pants, but I've never had a durability issue with them. Depending on the temperature and if there's some sun, mine are usually completely dry in less than a couple hours. Where they tend to stay a bit wetter, and dry more slowly, is where the underwear under them isn't drying quite so fast.