- Jean-style soft shell
- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Snap and Zipper fly
- Front slash, back patch pockets
- Articulated knees
- Smooth fit under harness
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric 50% nylon / 43% polyester / 7% spandex double stretch woven softshell
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 14.2oz / 402g (34)
- Caution on sizing (Review by Doc-Rush)
Great material, great idea. Maybe I got a fluke, but my 34's (two pair) both measured 36" in the waist. Hips and inseam were both as stated for the 34. I thought I'd exchange for a 32 and experienced the same issue (now too short, too tight, but the waist fit perfect)
I'll be keeping an eye on these and hope the sizing issue is sorted out, as I really like the pants.
(Posted on 12/27/14)
- Good pants! (Review by dubxion)
I've enjoyed these pants on the days where I have a short (15-minute) commute here in Seattle. Nice and stretchy while riding, and they kept the rain off in a good shower. I like that they are styled like a jean so I don't look like a total gear-dork, but have all the functionality of a more technical piece of gear. I'll probably also use them for cooler hikes, mountaineering routes (like Rainier and Adams), backpacking, even x/c skiing & snowshoeing!
The weight is a little heavier than the Voodoo pants and not quite as supple, but a little more wind-resistant and maybe even more durable.
I'm a 32" waist, but the 30" seemed to fit better. Also, the pewter is a little darker (and better looking, IMO) than what is pictured here, at least on my monitor.
(Posted on 11/6/14)
- Rambling Rambler is Tough (Review by Brimstonian)
Durable, cool looking pant that is a must have for the outdoor gear freak. The poly material is tough and a medium weight for great wear resistance in the toughest conditions. Also, the pant has great water resistance and wind barrier properties. My buddies have labeled the pant "slick britches".
(Posted on 8/21/14)
- Great Product (Review by TacoEOD)
The Men's Rambler Pants are an outstanding piece of gear. They are extremely comfortable and stretch nicely without feeling like a pair of spandex. After throwing these pants through the ringer, the material remains abrasive resistant and the stitching on them is done very well. The two points where there is room for improvement. As a man who has a 30" waist, I found the pants to fit very well in the seat and waist, but could be an inch or so longer. Also, the width of the legs could be slightly wider through their length.
Overall, I really enjoy these pants and they have stood up to me basically beating the crap out of them. From wearing a ruck, to water crossings, and scrambling over rocks, these pants remain comfortable and sturdy.
(Posted on 11/4/13)