Fast and light.
KUHL's Avengr Pants are built for three seasons of lightweight exploration. Made with a high abrasion-resistant body, they perform best off-trail where the going gets rugged. Woven mesh wicking panels ensure breathability while you're on the move, and articulated knees maximize your mobility as you hike. These pants prove day-in and day-out that lightweight and durable are not mutually exclusive when it comes to technical pants.
- Lightweight, technical pants for shoulder season adventures
- High abrasion resistance for durability on rugged trails
- Mesh wicking panels for venting on the move
- Articulated knees for improved mobility while hiking
- Zippered cell phone pocket adds security on the move
- Item #KUH00GD
- Q & A
Perfect for cyclists!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 34 x 30
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 170lbs
I’ve been looking for a great cycling pant for commuting and bikepacking for a looong time. I got the Avengr finally, and it’s even better than I hoped it would be. The waistband is a little high, beefy as hell, and somewhat elastic, meaning you can skip the belt, always good for cycling. The material is a four-way stretch with a really nice feel that moves with you while riding. Three zippered pockets so your stuff doesn’t fall out on the trails. A drawstring-adjustable hem to keep your pants out of your chain. Super breathable. And while I don’t think I’d wear them in a full-on downpour, they do great in a moderate rain. I have yet to have them soak through on me, and they dry so quickly it hardly matters anyway. I call them my “superpants”. Expensive but worth it, I’m thinking about a second pair.