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- ASIN: B00H4ORL8Y
- Item model number: 1514473-339
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
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Columbia Sportswear Men's Royce Peak Pant
|Price:||$30.00 - $64.95|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- 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.
Top Customer Reviews
These pants served me excellently for pretty much constant wear over a 10-day vacation in Morocco. Really liked the zip pocket for keeping camera, phone, wallet, passport. Pretty much anything I was worried about "slipping away".
I usually wear a 31" waist, and the 32" in these pants occasionally (this is slightly embarrassing) unsnapped themselves, mostly after meals.
- NOT a fan of the vertical "cargo" pocket. Accidentally leave it unzipped and you are likely to lose whatever you put in there, unlike horizontal or even slanted opening pockets. If you are going to be flying a jet or hanging in a climbing harness for 12 hours you might want the convenience of an opening running the same direction as your thigh because it is easier to get to while seated. But you end up with an oddly shaped pocket bag which doesn't hold a lot, which you can not stick oversized things out the top of, and which stuff falls out of when you stand up with it open. There is a reason military fatigues have horizontal pocket openings, it sucks when you lose your hand grenades. Oh and no one is going to be fooled into thinking these are "dressier" cargo pants because the zip is vertical. The pants have articulated knees and double needle stitching. You won't be wearing them as suit paints. Though you can certainly dress them up with a not-too-formal sports jacket or even a casual blazer. But then you can say the same for more functional horizontal cargo pockets. The line gets crossed when the pants have external pocket bags, at which point any dress jacket just looks silly. Vertical opening cargo pockets = dumb.
NOT a fan of the tiny velcro "closures" on the rear pockets. These never really stay closed at all. Velcro is made to stick astronauts to walls in zero gravity, not to keep your pocket shut so your valuables do not fall out. Hey at least Columbia tried. And they included flaps for the pockets so they sort of work, one may not lose one's wallet when squatting over a cat hole in the woods. Of course if Columbia had used a real closure like a button or ideally a zipper this would be one less thing we all have to worry about. And bonus - neither buttons nor zippers shred whatever else may be in the dryer with them.
But here is my real complaint. Columbia ostensibly made these in assorted lengths. But, as noted, they have articulated knees and apparently Columbia makes them in one length and just chops the bottom off the longest length rather than proportionately tailoring the leg and thigh equally. So I measure 14" of inseam from crotch to middle of the knee as denoted by the rear leg panel and the articulation pleats. And 16" from there to the ankle cuff. Think about that - have you ever worn 14" shorts? Yeah. On someone with a 30" inseam those are not shorts they are capris or kulats or something. On these pants that means that the wearer's knee gets trapped in tight fabric above the articulation when bent. That might be tolerable on a thinner stretch fabric but on these it makes each and every step uncomfortable and more work than it should be. Shame Columbia, shame. I got these on sale for a third the list price, so I'll keep them and try to chop an inch or so off above the knee and re-pleat it. But no way would they be worth full price.
And here is a side note, explaining perhaps why I am so picky. More than a decade ago I had a pair of pants made from excellent Swiss Schoeller fabric (not unlike what these Royce Peak's are made from) by a company in Seattle who did online custom tailoring for tactical and semi-tactical clothing. The company was called "Beyond". Those pants cost twice the list price of these, but they were custom fit with custom pockets and other features, and zipped off. They fit perfectly and I have worn the hell out of them and they are still going strong, in fact I did a section of the Appalachial Trail in them on their tenth anniversary and wore them every single day. I'll be taking the same pants next time. Unfortunately "Beyond" thought still in business no longer does bespoke clothing. But they have ruined me for other functional clothing for life now, they are the standard by which I measure all others.