Columbia Sportswear Men's Royce Peak Pant
|Price:||$48.16 - $62.00|
- 96% nylon/4% elastane
- Gusset detail
- Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection
- Omni-Shield advanced repellency
- 2-way comfort stretch
- Zip-closed security pocket
- Gusset detail
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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||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
The choice? Royce. If you're looking for a pant with clean lines and modern functionality, look no further. The Royce Peak Pant boasts the best Omni-Shade UPF Sun Protection we offer: UPF 50. Coupled with the ability to shed moisture and stains due to our Omni-Shield technology, this short is a great go-to: outdoors or indoors. Keep things stored with ease of mind with pockets with a hook and loop closure. All in all, this lightweight pant is a looker and a worker.
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Top customer reviews
1. Waist undersized by 0.5-1" with no stretch or adjustability. — In _every_ other pant, I wear a 30" waist, so I ordered the 30" waist in this pant. Upon trying them on when they arrived, I found that, at hip-level (my normal pant level), I could only close the waist snap by sucking in, and then it would promptly unsnap as soon as I stopped sucking in. There is _no_ stretch in the waistband of this pant. I assume they are not meant to be worn at the true "waist" (above the hipbones) because, although that did allow the waist snap to stay shut, it produced a very obvious phallus outline on the front, and the backside was kind of riding up between my cheeks. My only option would be to upsize to the 32" waist, but that would be too large, and I would have to wear a belt. (For comparison, my Prana Zions have a built-in waist adjuster, plus their waistband actually stretches like the rest of the pant, so there is never a need for a belt.) Another small gripe: snap fastener on the waist (no button)? Really?
2. The front of the knees don't stretch. — The knees are advertised as being "articulated", meaning they are not straight but are contoured to your knee so that bending your knee is a natural motion. What they did not mention was that the "articulated" section is made of a different fabric blend that has NO STRETCH. In my opinion this is the second-most important region of the pant to have stretchiness! (First is the crotch.) Doing a knee-to-chest motion, or even walking up 2 stairs at a time, causes the on the fabric on front of the knee to become tight against the knee, which is moderately uncomfortable, especially since the pant already has a slimmer leg. (For comparison, the aforementioned activities are very comfortable in my Prana Zions, which have the same stretch throughout the whole pant.) I would _not_ want to climb in these pants for this reason.
I was looking at these pants because I wanted a slimmer fit hiking pant that still had the 3-4% spandex stretch that I love from my Zions. It is a shame that these could not do the job. I may end up going with the Prana Zioneer or Wyatt (their slim versions of the Zion Stretch fabric).
Most recent customer reviews
The material seems thin, but I'm wearing them in a northern winter and don't feel cold.