- Water Resistant
- Quick Drying
- Wind Resistant
- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Belt Loops
- Button and Zipper Fly
- Low-Profile Waist Fits Under Harness
- Front Jean Pockets
- Zippered Rear Pocket
- Zippered Thigh Pocket
- Articulated Knees
- Internal Loops for Instep Lace
- DWR-Coated Zipper
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: 88% nylon, 12% spandex 90D stretch double weave
INSEAM: 32” / 81 cm (L)
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 12.1oz / 343g (L)
- Fit great and a little warmer than the Ferrosi pants. (Review by Adam)
Love these pants. I'd say these are a bit more round the year type pants for crazy weather and even just a regular day out hiking. They wick water very well, keep me dry in the rain here in Southeast Alaska. Pretty tough fabric that can handle just about anything. I really like these pants, they come in second compared to my Forrosi pants that I wear a lot when I'm not at work and out of uniform.
(Posted on 8/21/15)
- Found it (Review by matthias)
Sie gibt es tatsächlich, die leichte Wanderhose, die auch auf einer Weltreise begleitet. Es ist die Voodoo.
Vor allem ist sie wasserabweisend, was besonders unter einer Regenjacke, die gut abfließen lässt, sinnvoll ist! Schon beim Hundespaziergang.
Voodoo ist beim Wandern und leichten Bergtouren dehnbar.
Der leichte Nachteil, nämlich die etwas zu klein geratenen oberen Seitentaschen werden durch die Summe der Vorteile: geringes Gewicht, enorme Kraft, Schmutz abzuweisen, wasserabweisend bei weitem aufgewogen.
Interessant ist auch, dass das vollsynthetische Material kaum wärmer ist in tropischen Gegenden als das luftigere Leinen.
Also eine absolute Empfehlung für jede/n, der gern reist und die eine Hose für alles sucht (zwei Voodoos und eine kurze)
(Posted on 7/5/15)
- Worth the money. (Review by 2PiRadians)
I never bought expensive gear for hiking and camping, figuring it couldn't possibly make that much of a difference what I was wearing and why spend the money? I'm getting older, though, and hiking in the rain in Carhartt pants that stay wet for hours isn't exactly fun anymore. Enter the Voodoo pants. I was skeptical that they would hold up because they are so thin, but they seem incredibly durable. They shed water almost like they're waterproof, and they dry so fast it's like they don't get wet at all. Like someone else said, the waist size seems a little big - you might want to order one size down from your usual size. I like them big, though, so I just tighten my belt. I can't think of anything I'd change about these pants, and now I want everything OR makes because it's so much nicer to hike in their stuff. If you're on the fence about buying spendy hiking gear, get these. They'll change your mind.
(Posted on 3/31/15)
- Light and Tough (Review by Ryan)
At first glance I didn't think they would last all of the abuse climbing and hiking would put on them, but I have been pleasantly surprised. Super light and stretchy making it easy to move around in and wear all weekend. The only negatives are that the pockets aren't deep enough and I have to wear a belt with them. Maybe drop a size from what you normally wear (I usually wear a 32, but I think a 30 would fit better). Overall good pair of pants.
(Posted on 3/19/15)
- Great pants (Review by Spindrift)
I've been climbing in these pants for a few months and they some of the best I've owned. The fit is excellent; articulated knees. low cut waist for a harness, and minimalist design. I wore them up the Grand and thought they were perfect.
The eyelet cords aren't functional so I added a set of rivet eye's in the cuff seam. There front zipper is only a single and really could use a double. Beyond that, great pants.
(Posted on 9/7/14)
- 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)