Not your grandpa's hiking pant.
Ditch the baggy cargo pants and sport something a little more streetwise on the trail, like the Royal Robbins Men's Alpine Road Pant. Royal Robbins loaded this technical pant with hiking-worthy features that deliver performance and comfort when you're on the trail, along with modern, urban style that keeps you looking sharp when you head back into town or travel to foreign locales.
Four-way stretch fabric, plus a gusseted crotch and articulated knees, enables mobility when you're trekking or wandering through new cities, and it's durable to withstand frequent abrasion. Plus, the fabric resists wrinkling, making the Alpine Road a great choice for hassle-free traveling. Environmentally-friendlier Ec-0 DWR technology wards off light rain and repels splashes when you stomp through a stream. And with its slimmed-down fit, style abounds wherever you roam.
- Technical features for the trail, style that suits the city
- Four-way stretch fabric is durable and wrinkle-resistant
- Ec-0 DWR offers eco-friendlier water-resistance
- Active Fit is slimmed for modern look
- Crotch gusset and articulated knees allow better mobility
- Zippered thigh pocket secures phone
- Soft waistband for added comfort
- Adjustable cuffs keep debris out
- Item #RRB008E
- Q & A
Beat, wash, repeat
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 30
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 150lbs
Love these pants. Stood up to multiple climbing excursions on tough limestone, long slides on wet sandstone canyoneering and have even survived plenty of MTB adventures as well. At the end of it wash 'em clean of the mud you smeared all over and then head to dinner with the step parents. This will be my second pair of the charcoal and will definitely be picking up a pair of the khaki color as well. Do yourself a favor and get these pants.
Sizing: I run tall and slim so I picked up a 30 with a 32 inseam and they fit great. They do stretch some after frequent ware so don't be afraid to wash in warm water as you break them in.