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Tallan bien pero de pierna son bastante anchos para mi gusto. Al ser de mujer esperaba que quedara un poquito más ajustado a la pierna. Son cómodos, eso sí. Ideales para hacer senderismo en verano. Fresquitos.
The product description says "A partial elastic waist provides adjustable comfort that allows for free movement." But I don't feel it is elastic. It would be better if the waist material uses the same elastic material as other parts in the pants.
Also as many reviews say, the waist seems to have as smaller size. The legs fit very well but the waist is small. You may need to size up for a fitter waist.
I am still hesitant about returning or replacing with a size up.
Fits smaller than expected. I have two pair of these from previous seasons in a size 8 that fit well but purchased these in a size 10 so I could fit thermal leggings under them during colder weather and they wouldn’t come close to buttoning. These 10s fit smaller than my older size 8s… Unfortunately they were no longer on sale when I went to purchase again another size up.
I wear a lot of hiking pants, and I have been satisfied in the past with Columbia. I had to order a size larger than usual of these pants, which is just something to be aware of. I like a high rise. The top of these pants does not come up to my navel, despite their being described as a “classic fit.” Also, they fit me awkwardly in the hips. Partly because of the low rise, the pants seem to twist and are not as comfortable as they should be. I don’t have this issue with other hiking pants. The product description says the pants have a button closure. It’s a snap closure, and the snaps are so tight that it is difficult to get them closed (or to pull them open), which could be very awkward in an urgent trail situation, if you catch my drift. The side pockets do not have a hook and loop closure as the product description says. They have no closing mechanism. The back pockets do have Velcro closures, which the product description does not mention. Overall, these pants are a disappointment.
Bought these early for a present for my wife. She loves these pants and has several pairs. The sewing that attaches the inner pocket to the pant leg is already coming loose. Unfortunately, by the time she got them and tried them on, it was too late to return them during the 60 day period. Not sure how to deal with Columbia when purchased through Amazon. We know their quasi usually spot on, so we didn’t bother checking. Lesson learned: check sewing and quality when you receive something meant as a gift past the return period.
I’ve had these for about 4 months and wear them probably twice a week to my outdoor job. They fit well, the look great, they still look new. They do have a very severe case of lady pockets. Your phone will absolutely not stay in your pocket if you sit down, or even if you take high steps. No joke, your car keys are likely to fall out. I bought a pair or CRZ YOGA Hiking pants at the same time (for half the price) to try them both out. Fit is basically the same, and the zippered pockets are slightly less cute - but they do hold my keys. Actually, the silhouette is better when the pockets are zipped closed because the Columbia lady pockets flair out on the sides.
I love these hiking pants for the fit and price. I got them for about $36 on here and I want to buy more, but the fabric is INCREDIBLY pil-y. I also noticed that some seams come undone. Not ones that affect the structural integrity of the pants, but still annoying if you are paying more than I paid. I've had them for almost a year now, and worn them about an average of three days a week. I'm still looking for my "perfect hiking pants" but overall these are serviceable for now. For reference I am 5'6", 130lbs, with weight mainly in my hips and thighs and I am wearing a size 6. I find them a little roomy but in a very nice way that allows for eating salty snacks in excess when camping. ;) I also tend to prefer pants that hug the calves a little more than most hiking pants do, so these were a solid bootcut design that suits my needs.
The pockets have a mesh lining that allows for breathability which is great in summer. The side pocket is nice, but I wish there was one on each side! The back pockets are basically useless to me because 1) Fumbling with velcro is not fun and 2) I don't really put stuff in my back pockets because I am forgetful and will probably sit on it. I would say also that the "Saturday" labeling of them is quite accurate. I would not wear these on an extended through hike due to the pilling and tendency for seams to come undone. (which would make me worry about them eventually falling apart completely while in the middle of the woods) But they are good for casual day hikes, being on a boat (quick dry, SPF in on point), car camping, etc. and are comfortable in temperatures of spring, summer and fall for my temperate climate (Northeast USA). I would not suggest using them as your winter pants unless you live in a warm climate or are very well layered and tolerant to cold.
Overall: Love the fit, but wish they didn't pil! My rating is between 3 stars and 4 depending on how much you end up paying for them and while I do use them regularly, I'm still searching for something with a better quality of material. I may purchase another of these jeans in a darker color to see if they maybe use a non-piling material for that variety or if it doesn't show up as badly (I have the fossil color, which is a beige and in person it does look like the picture, but the pilling shows up TERRIBLY it looks like I'm covered in little speck of dirt and there's so much piling that it's hard to get off with traditional means).
I am just wearing these pants for the first time today, but a few things have already jumped out at me.
First, I really do appreciate these coming in a "short" length. This is the third pair of hiking type pants I have owned and although I did size up based on other reviews, they are otherwise the best fitting pants in this style that I have had. The others I have owned were too long and too baggy which are not flattering to the wearer. These also have slim velcro back pockets which are also much more flattering and less annoying than flap pockets or pockets with a button or snap.
Second, as with many women's pants, the pockets are a joke. I don't know how deep the pockets are in the men's equivalent to these pants, but these are very shallow. My iphone 10s has to be placed in the front pocket at a weird angle to safely fit and readjusted when I sit (it does fit in the back pocket but that is a terrible place to put your phone.) My keys, which are not particularly big, also shift precariously close to the opening of the pocket when sitting and must be readjusted as well. I'm not sure how much I trust those two pockets to keep items safe. The zippered leg pocket is big enough for lip balm and a hair tie but not much else - I don't really know what the point is. Why do designers continue to act like women don't need or use pockets?!!!! Especially disappointing on pants made for activity.
Third, the dangling interior straps in order to roll up the pants. If you are wearing hiking socks and/or boots, rolling them up would only give you about an inch of "air" so unless you are wearing low rise socks or sandals, it's not really much of a feature. I have long johns on today, but I think the straps are going to be annoying dangling against my leg.
Fourth, these are definitely lightweight pants. Great for summer, but on a 50-degree day with a layer on underneath, I can definitely feel the chill.