Columbia Pilsner Peak Pant
|Price:||$32.01 - $65.00|
- 56% Polyester/44% Nylon
- Omni-Wick technology
- Comfort stretch
- Roll-up legs convert pant to capri
- Omni-Wick Advanced Evaporation
- Omni-Shade UPF 50 Sun Protection
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Versatile pants fit for any occasion. With roll-up legs that convert easily to capris, pilsner Peak pant is a great option for long hikes or outings that start in chilly morning air and end in scorching midday heat.
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8/21/16 sizing update- I have now ordered all 4 colors in 10 short. The snuggest fit is Cypress (green), particularly around the thigh. Nocturnal (blue) fits as expected at the waist, just a tiny bit snug at the thigh. Lion (chamois beige) and Pulse (gray) fit slightly large in the waist and average in the thigh.
The sizing does seem a bit odd - based on my measurements, Columbia's size chart puts me in a 6. I bought the 4R in these and found them to be a bit roomy. I normally wear a 2-4 or XS-S, depending on brand. For referencexample, I'm 5'5", and at the time of these pictures, my waist measures 27" and my hips 37.5", with a 31" inseam. The 4R's waistband and thighs fit comfortably snug, but these pants are oddly roomy in the front of the crotch. The zipper doesn't lay flat, which is a bit annoying. I tried on a size 2R as well - I could fit into them, surprisingly, but the waist and thighs were too snug for my taste.
Overall: well-designed, sturdy pants that cross over well from hiking to casual streetwear. Sizing is a crapshoot, typical of any women's clothing. Good luck!
As for the fit, I am 5' 11" and weigh ~165 lbs and got these in a size 10R. When I first tried them on I was worried that they would be too small in the thighs because it felt very tight there; there is a seam that goes right across your quad that I think felt initially a little strange but the pants stretched out a bit after wearing them and I got used to it. Squatting in these wasn't a problem with that seam but the biggest problem I had was the pants keeping their size, if that makes sense? Like I said at first, they are small coming out of the dryer or when I first put them on, but after wearing them for a full 8 hour work day, they were much looser and often looked baggy in the back. To keep from looking like I was sagging in my pants, I had to hike up my pants almost past my belly button and use the tightest hole on my belt. Now, I often have this problem with some pants like denim jeans, because I've long legs with a 40" hip diameter so it can be hard to balance pant length with the size of the booty area as well. I liked the capri feature so much because without it these pants were very 'high water' on me with regular tennis shoes.
With that said, I still enjoy the pants. After my internship, I have used them camping, rock climbing, and backpacking along with everyday use and they work great. I just have to wash them frequently to keep them from looking too baggy on me after a few wears.