Columbia Men's Silver Ridge Convertible Pant
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- 100% Nylon
- Straight-leg convertible pant with side cargo pockets, belted waist, and rear flap pockets
- Zip-off legs convert pant to short with 10" inseam
- Omni-Wick advanced evaporation technology
- Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection
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|Silver Ridge Cargo Pant||Royce Peak Pant||Silver Ridge Convertible Pant||Pilsner Peak Pant||Silver Ridge Stretch Pant||Silver Ridge Stretch Convertible Pant|
|Omni-Shade UPF 50||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Exterior Adjustable Waistband||✓||✓|
|Partial Elastic at Waist||✓||✓|
|Zip-Closed Security Pocket||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
These durable, quick-wicking pants feature built-in sun protection and plentiful storage making them the perfect choice for active days in warm weather.
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Update: I had originally ordered 34x34 because that is my pant size. I have to return those and get the 36x34. The 34x34 pants seemed to fit well, but they were just a little snug which caused the crotch area to be too tight whenever I squatted. I would advise getting one waist higher. These are still awesome pants, though.
I wore these on a four hour hike today and they were very comfortable. I took the pant legs off before I hit the trail. The pants were very flexible and breathed well. The only slight issue I had with them was the right cargo pocket. It has a small piece of Velcro on it and by the end of the day it didn't seem to want to stick after my sweat got it wet. Minor issue in my mind, though. The left cargo pocket has a zipper on it. Not sure why the right doesn't also.
One other thing I like about these pants. The lower pant legs have an L and an R stamped on them so you don't have to guess about which one is which.
Why would you take pants meant for hiking, or at least being outdoors, and design them with a tapered thigh section so narrow they pull against people's thighs with every step? Specifically, think of going up stairs (or climbing a hilly incline) when you have to lift your feet higher in order to ascend vertically.. these are the steps when the fabric of any pant will rub and catch most on your moist, sweaty legs.. in the context of a day-long hiking, it makes each step that much more tiring when you have to fight against your pants; in the context of these pants that problem is even worse as they get so thigh-narrow they maximize that pull... and I have normal-dude thighs.. I haven't seen leg day in the gym for years...
Moving on, you figure one design flaw is enough, yea? Oh wait, how about those front pockets, lets make those smaller, because no one takes front pockets seriously anyways, yea? I stuck a ruler in the front pockets and couldn't find any way to put it deeper than 4 and 1/2". I can still see my wrist when I put my hands in those pockets.. why.... would they do that?
..if you can get over the tight thighs (I couldn't) then perhaps the only merit to these pants is how light the nylon is compared to other convertible pants.. so maybe they'll stay cooler in hot climates.. just too uncomfortable for me to try and find out
So there are a couple of thing that I love about these pants so here they are:
2. Light weight
5. Comes with free belt (although I don't use this)
6. Pockets galore
1. Wish it came in different lengths like 28/29 inseam. I'm about 5'6' so I have to get this pants hemmed or they drag on the floor.
Anyways I love this product and wouldn't mind buying it again if the old ones break. I primarily use this for travel since I travel light and never check anything in. I use this for the shorts function and I utilize it for a business casual type of look. Hope this review helped and if it does please click the helpful button to vote. Thanks!
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