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Roark Revival Layover Trail 2.0 Short - Men's

$64.95

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Why We Like The Layover Trail 2.0 Short

The Roark Layover Trail 2.0 Short offers all of the versatility we desire out of a short. The 4-way stretch enables us to move freely while hiking or even break out into a run comfortably. Meanwhile the well thought out pocket system enables us to travel or work in these shorts without skipping a beat.

  • Performance shorts built for long days on the trails
  • Synthetic blend wicks moisture while moving with you
  • Drawstring closure locks in a reliable fit every time
  • Knee length provides ample coverage from brush
  • Multiple pockets keep important items securely nearby
  • Item #RORE095

Material
56% polyester, 37% nylon, 7% elastane
Fit
regular
Length
knee
Outseam
18in
Inseam
7.5in
Pockets
2 zippered hand, 1 back, 1 small stash
Waist
drawstring
Fly
zip
Recommended Use
casual, hiking

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>Rating: 2

It’ll look new if you don’t clean it

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
36
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

I really love Roark and I figured I could justify buying something expensive if it was high quality, so I took leap of faith and my trust backfired. I really wanted to give a 5-Star at first but I waited after a couple months just to see how they would hold up. They fit great, are comfy, and look nice. I loved the first pair so much I bought a second pair in-store. That’s when the rubber cap on the drawstring just fell off as I was tying the drawstrings (LOOSELY mind you)- and I had to glue it back on. I literally have just worn them at home and casual outings so I’m not putting them through hell or anything remotely crazy. Strike one. I noticed that the matte coating on the metal rings around the drawstrings began to wear off in a way that appears very cheap. It doesn’t look great and it totally robs one of the finer details of the craftsmanship. Strike two. I eventually saw on the Roark website (after being updated last week) that I apparently needed to hand wash them? I saw no tag on it that emphasized this key piece of info besides the one on the waistband that says, “Machine wash cold.” Even still, I always hang them to dry and do gentle wash with cold water for all my clothes always for this reason as a precaution, so I”m being EXTRA careful! Rectifying any previous potential errors, I decided to let them soak in some water with gentle detergent for a couple hours- that’™s when I noticed that the dye on the shorts BLED OFF INTO THE WATER. Strike three. I thought these shorts could at least handle a few cold gentle washes and sitting at home all day. These were the first shorts I have purchased from Roark (because shirts are all I’ve bought up until this point), but these have definitely made me want to avoid getting more shorts in the future. I have no idea if mine were just defective or what.

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>Rating: 2

It lasts as long as you don’t clean it

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
36
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

I really love Roark and I figured I could justify buying something expensive if it was high quality, so I took leap of faith and my trust backfired. I really wanted to give a 5-Star at first but I waited after a couple months just to see how they would hold up. They fit great, are comfy, and look nice. I loved the first pair so much I bought a second pair in-store. That’s when the rubber cap on the drawstring just fell off as I was tying the drawstrings (LOOSELY mind you)- and I had to glue it back on. I literally have just worn them at home and casual outings so I’m not putting them through hell or anything remotely crazy. Strike one. I noticed that the matte coating on the metal rings around the drawstrings began to wear off in a way that appears very cheap. It doesn’t look great and it totally robs one of the finer details of the craftsmanship. Strike two. I eventually saw on the Roark website (after being updated last week) that I apparently needed to hand wash them? I saw no tag on it that emphasized this key piece of info besides the one on the waistband that says, “Machine wash cold.” Even still, I always hang them to dry and do gentle wash with cold water for all my clothes always for this reason as a precaution, so I’m being EXTRA careful! Rectifying any previous potential errors, I decided to let them soak in some water with gentle detergent for a couple hours- that’s when I noticed that the dye on the shorts BLED OFF INTO THE WATER. Strike three. I thought these shorts could at least handle a few cold gentle washes and sitting at home all day… These were the first shorts I’ve purchased from Roark (because shirts are all I’ve bought up until this point), but these have definitely made me want to avoid getting more shorts in the future. I have no idea if mine were just defective or what.

I
>Rating: 2

It lasts as long as you don’t clean it

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
36
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

I really love Roark and I figured I could justify buying something expensive if it was high quality, so I took leap of faith and my trust backfired. I really wanted to give a 5-Star at first but I waited after a couple months just to see how they would hold up. They fit great, are comfy, and look nice. I loved the first pair so much I bought a second pair in-store. That’s when the rubber cap on the drawstring just fell off as I was tying the drawstrings (LOOSELY mind you)- and I had to glue it back on. I literally have just worn them at home and casual outings so I’m not putting them through hell or anything remotely crazy. Strike one. I noticed that the matte coating on the metal rings around the drawstrings began to wear off in a way that appears very cheap. It doesn’t look great and it totally robs one of the finer details of the craftsmanship. Strike two. I eventually saw on the Roark website (after being updated last week) that I apparently needed to hand wash them? I saw no tag on it that emphasized this key piece of info besides the one on the waistband that says, “Machine wash cold.” Even still, I always hang them to dry and do gentle wash with cold water for all my clothes always for this reason as a precaution, so I’m being EXTRA careful! Rectifying any previous potential errors, I decided to let them soak in some water with gentle detergent for a couple hours- that’s when I noticed that the dye on the shorts BLED OFF INTO THE WATER. Strike three. I thought these shorts could at least handle a few cold gentle washes and sitting at home all day… These were the first shorts I’ve purchased from Roark (because shirts are all I’ve bought up until this point), but these have definitely made me want to avoid getting more shorts in the future. I have no idea if mine were just defective or what.

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