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White Sierra Convertible Trail Pants - Men\'s 32\'\' Inseam - Special Buy


    White Sierra Convertible Trail Pants - Men's 32'' Inseam - Special Buy

    The White Sierra Trail pants quickly convert to shorts when the day warms up—perfect for almost any adventure!

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    • Zip-off pant legs make for an easy change from pants to shorts, or vice-versa, while on the trail
    • Vertical side zippers on cuffs allow the leg sections to slip off easily over footwear
    • Lightweight nylon offers UPF 30 sun protection and has a water-resistant finish so they dry quickly
    • Features a comfortable elastic waistband and removable webbing belt
    • 2 front slash pockets, plus 2 cargo pockets and 2 back pockets with rip-and-stick closures, offer plenty of space for on-the-go essentials
    • Rip-and-stick adjustment tabs let you secure cuffs around the ankles to keep pant legs up and away from mud and debris
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    White Sierra Convertible Trail Pants - Men's 32'' Inseam - Special Buy Specs
    Best use
    Nylon / nylon blend
    32 inches
    10.25 inches
    Fabric type
    Sun-protective fabric
    Moisture wicking
    Quick drying
    Side cargo pockets
    Inseam (in.)
    Shorts inseam (in.)

    White Sierra Convertible Trail Pants - Men's 32'' Inseam - Special Buy

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    Rated 3.8197/5 based on 61 reviews
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromShallow pockets Pockets are shallow so everything falls out when you sit down. Pockets are made of material that soon develops holes. Belt loops too narrow for most belts. Belt included is too skinny to hold up weight. Pocket zippers stick.
    Date published: 2009-10-12
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromPoor workmanship+too much fabric in legs Did not get to trail test it but seems like it is light weight and quick to dry.I got large at first to have room for base layers when needed. It was a good fit for my waist but pant legs were huge. Girlfriend said it looked like I was wearing pirate pants.Sent it back and got medium. Biggest problem- one of the pockets was not sewn so I could touch my leg when I stuck my hand in the pocket. But the waist was really snug and there was still way too much material in the pants. I mean WAY too much (hazard of snagging, needless extra weight, looks bad).[...]
    Date published: 2011-05-20
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromNope When I first tried them on the waist button fell off. It looks like the machine ran out of thread, it had maybe 2 loops that were holding it in place. The inseam is 32", true, but the crotch is so baggy that they are effectively 1-2" longer and drag on the ground and bunch up on the instep. I underatand that these are supposed to be boot friendly, but the ankles are HUGE. TL,DR - They don't look good, and have quality issues.
    Date published: 2012-08-14
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromHuge Legs These pants made me feel like I was in an MC Hammer video. Serious parachute action. If they're not Hammer pants, they could pass in the Genie pants category. The pants in Large fit me just fine in the waist but were comically huge in the legs, particularly the lower zip off section. The shorts section of the pants is just fine, but as pants I don't think they would work very well, especially outside. They seemed to be pretty lightweight as well and I'd be hesitant to rely on them for day to night temperature changes at higher altitudes, or, in my case, springtime in the Northwest. I had to return them to the store before using them on the trail so I can't comment on how they would hold up to actual use.
    Date published: 2010-05-20
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromWay too baggy The main issue is they are too baggy in the lower legs. After looking carefully, length is OK, but give the illusion of being way too long since there is so much fabric. Also, I'm thin, but these are still too baggy in thighs. Overall sloppy look. Belt attachment is unusual, but seems to work and hold fine. Ordered online, returned these without wearing, then bought at local REI store the North Face Horizon Surplus Pants with MUCH better look & fit.
    Date published: 2009-05-25
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromLooks nice, but is a men-specific fit I bought these online at REI Outlet, looking for a replacement for a previous pair of zip-off pants I'd loved to pieces. I'm female, but can sometimes get away with men's pants, especially ones that have a built-in cinch belt like this. Alas, it was not to be - the men's small 32" inseam was a big long even for 32", and the hips, butt, waist, and upper thighs were tight enough that I'd fear ripping the pants; below the upper thighs there's about twice as much fabric as I needed. Definitely not a pair of pants women might get away with, unless you've got hips that are a little less prominent than mine. Having worn men's small pants for a while, I did find these to be a little tighter than usual, so be careful to read the size chart. Other than that, the pants looked and felt nice; the patch pockets (cargos) are on the front, rather than the side, which I found a little bit offputting, since I'm used to them being on the side and imagine that having pocket contents bouncing against the front of my thighs while backpacking would be unpleasant. Plenty of space in all the pockets, though. Shorts are fairly long. Belt feels good, but I'm suspicious of the closure - I feel a simple buckle would be easier, but this is a weird plastic tab-thing and I fear it might break. Still, unlike other convertible pants, the belt is removable and could easily be replaced. I'll be returning these and trying for another pair, but that's due to size; still, the front cargo pockets, belt, and length of the shorts would make me hesitate if there were better options out there.
    Date published: 2009-07-20
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromJust fine for the price These pants are good for mild activities or around camp.
    Date published: 2009-08-26
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromDecent for the price I have not had a chance to field test these yet, but I can comment on the fit. As noted by other reviewers, the amount of material around each leg (circumference) is slightly excessive which would bring about noisy hiking. The leg width stays very wide all the way to the cuff, so it's almost unnecessary to unzip the vertical zipper to get them over boots and the velcro adjustment at the cuff does not reduce the cuff size quite enough. I normally wear a 33 length and ordered the 32 length, thankfully I didn't order a 34 as the 32 is as long as a normal 34 inseam. As noted by others the buckle is unique and I don't have problems with the buckle itself but there's insufficient friction to hold the length in the waist when the belt is cinched down. It's just a matter of taste but I'd prefer free hanging pockets. Only the cargo pockets are mesh.
    Date published: 2009-10-29

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