Reviewed by Dave from Near Chicago, IL on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
I plan to use these when I camp/hike in mid-temperature weather - that "not quite warm, and not REALLY cold" weather. For me, that's in the 30F to 60F range, approximately. I will use them as a base layer underneath very lightweight hiking pants to keep my legs warm. I think they're going to perform...
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Reviewed by J the Biker from Singapore on Saturday, July 4, 2015
After reading the reviews by prior buyers, I knew this would be better as a mid layer over lightweight merino wool base on extra cold days. I agree that it is better as a mid-layer because it is neither form fitting (I'm thin) nor does it look like its stretchy enough. However, it looks like it can be a fantastic 2nd layer. Well made, soft, fluffy, and very light weight. Fit is good (as 2nd layer). I'm 6'2, 150lbs, and size M is quite perfect.
Reviewed by Yosemite Sam from Trinidad, CA on Monday, March 9, 2015
Bought these to wear under light weight breathable chest waders. Even without jeans over them they are much warmer than just wearing the jeans and for the price a much better deal than an expensive pair of specialized "wader pants". As another reviewer mentioned, the "fly" is pretty loose (and noticeable) so I wouldn't recommend them as outerwear. Would have rated them 5 stars if they had pockets and a better "fly" closure.
I just measured my husbands and the inseam is 30 inches. They have been washed but never dried. Hope that helps.
Answered on 1/9/2014 6:33:41 AM by Mainer from Maine
blonokids answer---- I bought an XL and from top to bottom its 41 inches. The elastic waistband measure at 35 inches but remember this is elastic so it'll strech out bigger.I'm 5 9 in height and they fit me fine,I'm not sure if they will fit a 6'2"or not but those our the measurements i can give you.I am very happy with my 2 pair they keep me very warm.
Answered on 1/9/2014 7:47:23 PM by blonokid from midwest
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