- Product Dimensions: 41.9 x 32 x 7 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 549 g
- Item Model Number: 03-PND5-W95T
- ASIN: B07KRNSXHV
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 25 April 2018
- Customer Reviews: 141 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,279 in Sports, Fitness & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports, Fitness & Outdoors)
ZOOMHILL Mens Pro Hiking Stretch Pants Cargo Trouser Water-Resistant Tactical Outdoor Working Pants
- Scandinavian Designs
- Exclusive YKK zipper ventilation design in leg
- Excellent durable TC fabric with Water-Resistant function for outdoor working
- Adjustable system in both waistband and bottom for extra value for your purchased Zoomhill product only
- Innovative Hiking pants with stretchable panel at hip and knee for free movement.
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I am 5’7 usually wear 30x30 pants. I was a little hesitate to order size “M” since I was not sure if it would fit me well. With adjustable system on both waistband and bottom tabs, it actually fits very well, very comfortable.
This pair of pants is very well build, the fabric material seems very high quality and durable. I especially love the unique zipper ventilation design, some hiking areas you want to wear long hiking pants for extra protection, the zipper ventilation makes more comfortable when wearing long hiking pants in hot weather. Also the water resistant function is definitely a plus for outdoor activities.
The price is affordable, most of this type of quality hiking pants are priced over $100.
I am very happy with this purchase.
Hike started at 40 degrees. I wore these pants and some knicker tights that are very thin. Keep in mind, I am a heater. I am always warm so I dress on the light side to avoid sweating through. When skiing, I wear shell pant and one layer of thin long underwear for temps above 0. Shell jacket and shirt only to 10 degrees. Add a fleece vest below 15 degrees and a full fleece below 5 degrees. Got to Chimney pond and the temp dropped to 20s. Took Cathedral trail up. Got messy. Ice / snow / wind. Cathedral was a total scramble. It is not a hiking trail. More a bouldering trail. Pretty close to climbing in spots. You have to get on your hands and knees and butt in many spots. The pants took the abuse with no tears. The more flexible knee area is nice. I was never unable to make a move because the pant was stopping me. Got to top of Cathedral and it got worse when up on the ridge. 30+ mph winds. Sideways snow. In a cloud. We passed on going the 1/2mile to the top and traversed down to the saddle trail. Hit by left to right wind and snow the whole way. Legs were never cold. vented zippered leg vents a huge plus. Opened all the way up. Shut once on ridge.
Highly recommend these pants for all points. Fit / breathability / toughness / wind protection. Will be good in winter for hiking / cross country skiing. They are not too heavy. I think I could hike in em to about 75 degees if I wanted. But I wear shorts at 50+.
Now the "cons". The seller's size chart says that M should fit 32-36" waist, and there is a tab to snug up the waist if you need. I wear a 34" waist in every pair of pants I've bought for the last 10 years - even blue jeans with shrinkage. The Zoomhill's fit as snug, or even snugger, than many-times-washed blue jeans. I'm still happily wearing them, but be warned if you aren't comfortable in a pair of 34" blue jeans that you've washed hundreds of times and still love.
There are no hip pockets. That was a disappointment. They've moved the traditional patch pockets in men's pants from the hip to the thigh as though they were cargo pockets. They aren't cargo pockets - no gusset. No cargo. Carry flat things like a wallet, cell phone, compass, etc. and you'll be fine, since the pocket patch does stretch a bit; but don't carry hard/thick objects with sharp corners (keys, multi-tool, etc.) or you'll feel the stuff pressing into your thigh.
Likewise with the open front pockets, but the pressure point is higher and thus felt less acutely.
Back to positives. The stretchiness of the front pockets allows you to slide your hand in and out comfortably. The belt loops are just the right size for a 1-1/2" web belt. Zippers are high quality and slide easily. The western-style front pockets quite safely and comfortably accommodate clip knives, clip pocket flashlights, etc., keeping them secure and in the corner so they don't fight with other stuff in your pocket.
Bottom line: I really like these pants in spite of the cons.
I am 6'0", 180-lbs, lean athletic build. I typically wear 34W x 34L US. With these pants, I tried Medium, Large, and X-large. None of them were a Goldilocks fit. Medium was WAY too short and fairly snug around the waste. Large was still an inch or two too short, but fit comfortably around my waste. X-large was WAY to large around the waste, but about the right length.
The design of the pants is good but not great. There is a large, deep mesh-lined slash pocket on either side just below the belt. There is a large, zippered cargo pocket on either thigh. However, there are no back pockets. I normally don't use back pockets anyway, but if you do, be aware. There are zippered vents (one of the main selling points for me) on either side just above the knee. They are large in their vertical aspect, but the mesh behind the zippers is not gusseted/pleated, so they don't open as wide as they should to allow maximum airflow. The five belt loops are large and wide and well-anchored. The adjustable wasteband has large, wide velcro tabs on both sides that fasten securely even without a belt. The snaps at the cuff of each leg snap securely to blouse around the ankles, assuming the pant legs are long enough not to ride up. The material is not water-proof, but water readily beads and rolls off, making them reasonably water-resistant.
Overall I'd say these are pretty good pants. I'm sure there are folks out there for whom these will fit perfectly. Unfortunately I am not one of those people. I'll keep the Large-sized pair I bought as a backup to my Xpeditions, but not as a replacement.
I ordered a Medium which fit perfectly (typically wear 32x31). With the elastic wast and ankles these could easily adjust +/- a couple of inches depending on how many smores I have :P
All-in-all a great purchase and a great value
the gray pair was tagged xl just like the blue. they appeared to be a children's size. there was no way my 250 lb body was going to fit in that. i could not even get one leg in. so i returned they shipped me another pair before i even got to the ups store with the first. so far great costumer service. label was free. 2nd pair arrived they feel like a adult large. i could at least get them on but they was very tight all around. they to were tagged xl . so i will be returning them as well.
final thoughts great pants if you happen to get the correct size. i have all three pair here right now and i can tell a huge difference in all three pair. i can't hardly believe there is this big of difference in the tolerances of the manufacturing process. its like if you ordered 3 one foot water pipes, and one is 6 inches long, one is 10.5 inches, and then last a correct 12 inches. but all three pipes are marked 1 foot. but the only cost i will have is the 1 hour drive to the ups store to return it, so i am not overly upset.
pictures: all three pair are marked xl. i measured in the same spot on the two pair that look to be the same length. the leg of the blue pair is about an inch wider than the gray. i didn't bother to measure the small pair because well look at it.
Overall, if you are looking for a great pair of pants for use in the outdoors, you may want to take a chance on these. If, after using these an issue should arise, I will post an update.
Did my first day hiking in them, ended up having to scramble around in the snow. They kept me warm and dry all day long. All in all I think this is a great set of pants, with probably a minimum height of 5'4 and could easily fit someone to 5'11 maybe 6'. Pockets and vent sleeves are AWESOME.