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- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Columbia's Silver Ridge Stretch Convertible Pant features Omni-Shade UPF 50 fabric for maxium protection against the sun and Omni-Shield water and stain repellent fabric for weather-heavy days outside.
- HANDY FEATURES: This men's durable convertible pant features one zip-closure security pocket, side pockets with hook and loop closure, and mesh pocket bags for ultimate convenience and efficiency.
- ADJUSTABLE FEATURES: This men's convertible pant features a partial elastic waist, gusset detail, and zip-off legs for the ultimate comfortability.
- CLASSIC FIT: This pant is crafted of a classic fit with comfort stretch fabric for ultimate comfortability while active days outside.
- Columbia's men's Silver Ridge Stretch Covertible Pant features sun protection and quick-wicking fabric with multiple pockets and zip-off legs making them the perfect pant for active days in the sun.
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I also ordered the non-stretch version of these pants for comparison. Columbia Silver Ridge Convertible Pant, 36x34, Grill Besides the obvious stretch feature, here is how thy differ:
1) The stretch pants have jeans style front pockets vs the chino type pockets
2) The stretch pants do not have a flap on the back pockets
3) The stretch pants have a slightly smoother surface vs the very subtle rip-stop grid pattern on the others. This would only be noticed during close inspection but I mention it anyway.
4) The stretch pants do not include a belt.
In the end, I kept the stretch pants because the extra flex will be appreciated when hiking.
Given how long I've read grumbles about how badly their women's trousers fit anyone other than very skinny women with zero muscle or fat bulk, maybe someday Columbia can better-design their women's offerings (and build in some functional pockets that hold more than a credit card!). Until then, my friends and I will continue to purchase from the men's rack.
Why would you take pants meant for hiking, or at least being outdoors, and design them with a tapered thigh section so narrow they pull against people's thighs with every step? Specifically, think of going up stairs (or climbing a hilly incline) when you have to lift your feet higher in order to ascend vertically.. these are the steps when the fabric of any pant will rub and catch most on your moist, sweaty legs.. in the context of a day-long hiking, it makes each step that much more tiring when you have to fight against your pants; in the context of these pants that problem is even worse as they get so thigh-narrow they maximize that pull... and I have normal-dude thighs.. I haven't seen leg day in the gym for years...
These pants have equally as small pockets as the regular silver ridge pants as well.. why? Why make pants meant to be outside and make the front pockets useless?
If there is a noticeable deficiency it is the depth of the front pockets, which might be described as shallow. Since mine are first and foremost for hiking/backpacking, I have plenty of other options for small items I might otherwise carry in my pants.