By making the right side red and the left side blue, you'll never make that mistake again. Please note that a number of the shirts below are offered as either short or long sleeve shirts too: For example, the Mountain Hardwear Dynama was one of the "coolest" pants that we tested, but they did not repel water in the least.
Even then though, they were still comfortable. Mountain Hardwear makes a whole line of clothing in this soft fabric, including short and capris, a skirt, and an ankle pant. If you hate stiff and "swishy" pants and want something soft for all-day wear, the Dynama is hard to beat. We liked the new Progressor slightly less than the old version, which we'll explain below, but we still think it's a good option for those who don't like wearing full pants on the trails.
Maybe you like to run part of your hikes, maybe you can't stand the swish-swish of nylon rubbing against nylon, or maybe you like the compression that tights give you. Whatever the reason, if you do like to hike in tights but don't want to trash another pair of yoga pants, the Progressor Hybrid Tight are a great choice.
They have abrasion-resistant panels that give them better long-term durability than your standard yoga tight, and they at moisture-wicking and breathable.
These new panels that weren't on the previous version are a great idea, but end up feeling a little weird. The panels stretch differently than the main material so that with every step you can feel part of the tight stretching and part of it resisting your movement. The panels sit on the rear and front of the tights, which is great from a durability perspective but it also ends up making them harder to put on. While they are breathable, they're still a little warm for a hot summer day.
But for colder days, trail runs, or anytime where you feel like wearing leggings instead of pants, the Progressor is an excellent choice. The North Face Progressor Hybrid. While zip-off pants are more versatile, the pesky leg zipper can impede mobility and feel uncomfortable. Enter the Women's Prana Halle.
Our Top Pick for Mobility matches your every move, no matter the terrain or sport. Designed with climbers in mind, they climb and hike well, and they are stylish enough for casual wear. The relaxed fit and articulated knees allow for a wide range of movement, and the mid-rise waistline relieves the worry of revealing your backside when bending over or climbing. Prana Halle - Women's.
The options for outdoor gear continue to multiply, and hiking pants are no exception. You can find pants that convert to shorts, or roll-up to capris, or both! And there are ones that repel water, or are highly breathable, or provide ultraviolet ray protection. Selecting the right pair for you will depend on a variety of factors, from the main environment you plan to hike in, to your personal preferences over pant length and style.
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, then a pant with great weather resistance should be your main criteria. Conversely, if your main hiking destination is the desert Southwest, then something with great breathability is preferred. We explore all these considerations and more in our Buying Advice article, and you can also check out our Dream Backpacking Gear List if you need to get fully kitted up for a big trip.
You might also like our Introduction to Layered Clothing Systems article for more information on the other layers you'll need to consider when heading out into the backcountry. Keep reading below to see how we scored the different models for each of our testing metrics, and why we consider these different criteria important for a hiking pant. We always want to be sure that we are getting a good value for what we pay for when we spend our hard-earned money on new outdoor gear. Spending a little bit extra might get you more features, like zip-off legs, or a more water resistant material.
The chart below shows the overall scores of each model graphed according to their retail price. As you can see, the Gamma is almost off the chart, but the other models are similarly priced. The best value options lie on the right side of the chart but not too high, like the Columbia Saturday Trail Stretch and the Mountain Hardwear Dynama. When it comes to hiking pants, we think that their comfort and mobility is one of the most important purchasing criteria.
When wearing something for days on end, if it pinches, pulls, or impedes your movement in any way, it could impact your enjoyment of your trip. We go to great lengths to make backpacking "comfortable," with inflatable sleeping pads, padded backpacks, and appropriate footwear, and the clothes you put on your body should receive just as much attention to detail and comfort.
Whether you are hiking or running in your pants, or sitting in a canoe, rock climbing, or traveling to a remote location, you'll want something that accommodates your moving body and is not constricting.
That can be a tall order to fill! These hiking pants' comfort and mobility ratings were often influenced by fit, fabric, and construction details. While it is hard to evaluate for fit, as people have different proportions or shapes, we tried our best by putting the various models on several women in the same size range to see if we experienced similar issues, say with legs being too tight.
For example, the Outdoor Research Ferrosi pants are cut with a narrower leg , and the convertible zipper lies very tight around the leg just above the knee. This impedes the Ferrosi's mobility both with and without the legs attached and was a noticeable issue for everyone that tried them on.
The Marmot Lobo's Convertible Pant felt a little constricting there as well. The North Face Paramount 2. We added some "different" types of hiking wear into the mix for our updated review as well, including some tights and a pair of softshell pants. Another fit issue to consider is where the waist of the pant sits in relation to your body.
While a lot of this is a personal preference high vs. Too high at the natural waist and there is too much extra material that can bunch up under a hip belt. Too low and your hip belt is pushing your pants down over your rear. Most hiking pants that we tested in this review were cut to fit right across the hip bones, which we preferred. The high-cut pairs in this review include TNF Paramount 2.
Fabric was another significant factor in a model's comfort and mobility. Whether you're hiking, bending over to retrieve gear from a pack, high-stepping, rock climbing or doing summit yoga poses, you need something that will stretch and move with you.
All of the models in this review have some stretchy fabric in the blend usually elastane or spandex. You'll want to make sure there is some mixed in there, though, and you can test the material out yourself with a little "squat test" when trying them on.
Does the material pinch or stop you in any way? Can you even get down low in them? Testing that out alone in a dressing room could help you decide. As for construction, there are small details in the way a pant is made that can improve mobility, such as a gusseted crotch or articulated knees, like on the Prana Halle. This pair is made for rock climbing and all of the weird ways you might move your legs, such as high-stepping or drop-knee techniques.
We wore the Halles on a variety of boulders and climbing routes, and never felt restricted in them. We also liked the movement we achieved on the Columbia Saturday Trail Stretch pant.
While the legs on this one have a tapered fit, the seaming at the knees gives them a slightly pre-bent shape, allowing for full range of motion when hiking. The material on this pair is also soft and stretchy.
Another detail that aided in comfort was the waistband. The Marmot Lobo's have a fleece-lined waist, which was comfortable against our skin and reduced chaffing. An internal drawstring is always nice too, like on Royal Robbins Jammer II , as it lets you tighten the pants and not have to worry about wearing a belt, which is usually not that comfortable under a backpack. Versatility is an important factor to consider when purchasing a pair of hiking pants, particularly when heading on out on multi-day backcountry trips.
If you only have one pair of pants with you, they'll need to be able to handle a variety of weather conditions, from hot to cold, and sun to rain. Even on a day hike, conditions can quickly change, from cool at the trailhead to hot on the hike, and cold again up at the summit. The versatility of a pant is determined in large part by its features.
By nature, a zip-off pair is more versatile than a roll-up model, and a roll-up will offer you more wear options than a standard pant. The materials used also determined versatility, as a pair of hiking pants with a DWR treatment that is highly water resistant can also be used for water sports, whereas a cotton-blend pair cannot.
The most versatile model in this review was our Editors' Choice winner, the Marmot Lobo's Convertible. These pants can convert into a crop and a Bermuda-length short, and the material offers excellent water resistance. We wore them out on a lake for a day in an inflatable canoe, and the constant back and forth of the paddle across our lap and the ensuing drips should have left us soaked, but the droplets just rolled right off our lap and refused to soak in.
If you like convertible pants some people just don't , then nothing beats the option to convert to shorts when the weather heats up. The Kuhls are sturdy cargo pants that are made with a cotton-blend fabric, and they absorb any and all water that falls on them. One splash in a creek or a river crossing gone awry could make for a very unpleasant rest of your day.
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