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- Hit the rock face with confidence this season with these water/wind-resistant, breathable, and stretchy Outdoor Research® Ferrosi Pants!
- Movement-Mirroring ripstop fabric Movement-Mirroring stretch ripstop fabric is durable, flexible, and engineered to move with you. UPF 50+ helps keep your skin safe while you're out in the sun all day.
- Harness-compatible, brushed tricot-lined belt loop waistband with a zip fly and button closure. Hand pockets in front with 2 patch pockets in back. Zip close patch pocket on the right thigh. Gusseting on the crotch gives you a little extra comfort and range of motion. Articulated knees allow for wider range of motion. Branding on the button closure and on the left hip. 86% nylon, 14% elastane. Machine wash, tumble dry. Imported. Measurements: Waist Measurement: 34 in Outseam: 43 in
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- Product Dimensions : 147.32 x 2.54 x 81.28 cm; 272.16 Grams
- Date First Available : 1 June 2018
- Manufacturer : Outdoor Research
- ASIN : B07D5YJ4GG
- Item Model Number : 269176
- Department : Mens
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For anyone confused, I'm pretty sure the "32" in the item description indicates the inseam length, while the size you select determines the waist size. I got a 30", meaning my size should be a 30x32 in Coyote Brown. For the record, they weigh 9.4oz. I was concerned that the new edition would weigh more than the old, based off the specs on Backcountry and OR's website. But I think they're just as lightweight, and I'd say that they might be a viable option to any other ultralight guys out there who are also still holding on to their love of hiking pants.
The elastic in the ankles works well to cinch down and keep out dirt and ticks, like a kind of crude gaiter. They're comfortable when cinched above the ankles to make shorts. You might need to tie an overhand knot into the elastic to keep it tight, as there's no hardware.
Just know that the DWR is good for a nice sprinkle, but if you're expecting a storm, these are no rain pants. They will become saturated eventually, and they take reasonably long to dry out. Nothing like cotton, obviously, but not like wind pants either.
- The convertible feature doesn't work. There's no easy way to tighten the cinching straps on the bottom of the cuffs in a way that ensures they'll stay up for more than a few steps.
- The material of these pants is slightly "sticky" so that they're really hard to put on when my skin is weight and they "grab" the legs of my boxer briefs as I walk and slowly hike them up so that after a mile or two they're all bunched up by my hips and I have to stop and push them back down.
- And I wish the belt was integrated or attached in some way. I keep losing it.
I found a size 28 pairs in brown with the old big pockets. I think if you hit gold. everything with these pants are actually good.