- Wind Resistant
- Zippered Back Pockets
- Water Resistant
- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Low-Profile Waist Fits Under Harness
- Herringbone Webbing Waist Tie
- Front Slash Pockets
- Dual-Snap Zipper Fly
- Drawcord Ankle Adjustments
- Brushed Tricot-Lined Waist Band
- Belt Loops
- Articulated Knee
- Zippered Thigh Pocket
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric 86% nylon, 14% spandex, stretch woven
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 10.3oz / 293g (8)
- Great pants! (Review by SL)
These pants are awesome. I've added another color and a convertible pair to my collection. The material is stretchy enough for climbing and active activities. They are water resistant - keeping you dry from the morning dew - but probably wouldn't stand up to a torrential downpour.
They are quick drying - and breathable enough to wear in warm weather when you still want some protection for your legs. I highly recommend these pants!
(Posted on 6/23/14)
- Women's Ferrosi Pant (Review by Outdoor Animal)
Wonderful pants! In fact, I have spent the past year endlessly trying similar style pants by many different brands and always something wasn't right. These pants are absolute perfection. I am 5'4" 125 pounds and very athletic build. They are loose-ish fitting but look flattering and move very easily. I bought a size 4 and I still have room to throw an extra layer on underneath. I will probably buy every color. Great job OR!
(Posted on 12/12/13)
- Women's Ferrosi Pants (Review by Alice)
My new favorite climbing pants! They are light weight and stretchy enough to not restrict movement while climbing and are comfortable under a harness all day. They also have a feminine enough cut, that they can be worn around town or when traveling. I will definitely be ordering several more pairs!
(Posted on 12/2/13)
- I wear them climbing... always. (Review by Liz)
My favorite pants for climbing.. no matter the weather. Just bought a third pair! LOVE THEM!!
(Posted on 11/10/13)
- Women's Ferrosi Pants (Review by By skidiva)
I love the fit and style of this pant. I feel so comfortable in it. I use it for guiding the summer months in the mountains, and for spring and fall rock climbing trips. I have also found myself wearing these pants around town from time to time. The material is lightweight breathable, and just enough water resistant and quick drying to withstand summer rain storms. I own two pairs, and use them both all the time.
(Posted on 3/30/13)
- Women's Ferrosi Pants (Review by By SB)
I bought these pants for cool weather rock climbing at Smith Rock. I needed something durable and also something to wear a single layer or as the second layer over a light long underwear-style base layer. Not only do these perform as I hoped they would, they look great (the Pewter color is less utilitarian and more cleanly styled in appearance than the website photo suggests), they hold up very well against snagging and brushes with rough rock, and I find myself wearing them all the time as my go-to casual pants. I am 5'7", 150lb, pear-shaped rather than apple-shaped in the lower half, and a size 10 is comfortably loose for movement and layering but not baggy. I do use the drawstring cord to keep em tight at the waist. Bottom line, I can't wait to get another pair!
(Posted on 2/2/13)
- Women's Ferrosi Pants (Review by By wildernessmo)
I love these pants! I wear them all the time (I have 3 pairs). They are great for travelling as they are very comfortable for long plane rides. I also wear them multiple days on paddling/camping/ backpacking trips. The pants do a good job at repelling light rain and definitely block the wind. I like the mid-rise of the waist so I don't have to worry about it being too low. This is nice when paddling and backpacking. The pants seem very durable. I have had many people interested in the pants and talked them into buying a pair.
(Posted on 6/1/12)
- Women's Ferrosi Pants (Review by By beach girl)
These are comfortable and useful pants. I really wish the drawstring was on the inside or not at all and that the fabric was more wrinkle resistant. This wrinkleyness makes them less likely to travel with me but still a good pant.
(Posted on 6/11/11)