- Hybrid-Mapped Construction
- Polygiene® Active Odor Control
- Handwarmer Pockets
- Elastic Waistband
- Adjustable Drawcord Waistband
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: Radiant Fleece™, 95% polyester, 5% spandex legs // Radiant LT Fleece™, 94% polyester, 6% spandex waistband and inseam panel
INSEAM: 31” / 79 cm (L)
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 13.3oz / 378g (L)
- Great pants (Review by Andrew)
I use these mainly for lounging in. I prefer a silk weight pant for wintery pursuits as my legs do not tend to get too chilly. These are comfortable and warm. They allow easy movement and are comfortable without bunching up underneath a shell. They are well suited to wearing at camp after a long day of cold climbing.
(Posted on 2/4/15)
- Keeping you warm (Review by Shelbydog)
After 2 years of searching for the perfect winter outdoor high intensity workout pant, it has been found. They legs are long enough to keep the ankles covered (I've a 32" inseam), the adjustable drawstring doesn't come loose ever. With these tights I can comfortable exercise from the mid teens (just hasn't gotten colder yet) to the high 30's.
(Posted on 1/5/15)
- Brilliant and yet no fly zip! (Review by freshobs)
I haven't been able to take them off! The tights are snuggly and warm and do what they say on the tin! And yet, with two zippered pockets, I wonder why there's no fly zip for the backcountry evacuation of excess liquids. I've used them in the fluffy depths of Teton powder on the super-chili days this winter and I am in love. But there is scope for improvement. Please OR, issue a pair with a fly for the boys!
(Posted on 12/24/13)
- Men's Radiant Hybrid Tights (Review by By meado)
These are great for any outdoor activity where you need warmth but know you will exert yourself, and heat up. I have a pair that fit more like a sweat pant or fleece pant, but i want a tight pair as well. Then i can double up when it gets really cold. The warm factor will increase with the tighter pair. So far i have mainly used them hiking, or just everyday use, but will be using them when the snow flies.
(Posted on 9/12/12)