- Wind Resistant
- Zippered Back Pocket
- Water Resistant
- Quick Drying
- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Low-Profile Waist Fits Under Harness
- Internal Loops for Instep Lace
- Front Jean Pockets
- DWR Coated Zippers
- Button and Zipper Fly
- Belt Loops
- Articulated Knee
- Zippered Thigh Pocket
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric 88% nylon, 12% spandex, stretch woven double weave
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 12.1oz / 343g (L)
- My new pants for EVERYTHING (Review by Brendan)
Synthetic, wicking, and they don't look dorky—perfect for climbing and hiking in the spring summer and fall. Huge fan of the zipper pocket as well.
(Posted on 6/8/14)
- Men's Voodoo Pants™ (Review by By JDoubleDuBB)
These pants have quickly become my go-to pant for climbing whether it's a cragging adventure on a cool day or a gnarly big wall excursion. I have the Ferrosi pants as well but these are a bit more stout and durable. They still breathe well and dry quickly while keeping the wind and light rain out. I wear theses on all but the hottest summer days in Red Rock and they've held up well. These will definitely be my choice for my next trip to The Nose. The cut on these pants is perfect for climbing and then stopping off for a beer on the way home. Well done OR.
(Posted on 9/28/13)
- Men's Voodoo Pants™ (Review by By brygil)
I wore this pant on a multi-day alpine climb in the Alps and was super impressed as to how well they handled all that was thrown at them. Great stretch when on the rock and they shed snow and moisture well. Then when they did get a bit wet they dried out very fast. Great pant for when you don't want to bring much - they can be worn travelling. Zippered pockets add a nice bit of security when in airports etc.
(Posted on 9/10/13)
- Men's Voodoo Pants™ (Review by By GZclimber)
Great for warm alpine routes or long cragging routes. For being so thin these pants hold up great. They move well when climbing and keep me just warm enough. I have been really enjoying them.
(Posted on 9/7/13)
- Men's Voodoo Pants™ (Review by By Nik)
Used in the Wind River Range on Mt. Hooker that is at 12,500 feet. This pant kept me dry and warm while letting me move freely on very difficult climbing. The pant wore very well and you can only bring one pair and be confident they will last for a whole trip with extreme abuse. The only drawback is the lack of a cinch in the cuff. Overall it is a great pant and I would take them again on that trip.
(Posted on 8/31/13)