Lole Passage Pant - UPF 50+, Stretch Nylon (For Women)
About Lole Passage Pant - UPF 50+, Stretch Nylon (For Women)
Specs about Lole Passage Pant - UPF 50+, Stretch Nylon (For Women)
- UPF rating: 50+
- Inseam: Regular 33" (based on size 6)
- Leg opening: 14"
- Weight: 8 oz.
- Waistband: 2"
- Belt loops: 2"
- Fabric: 88% nylon, 12% spandex
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Vendor fit: Lole E-Tech/Lifestyle Regular Fit is not too tight and not too loose; mid-rise bottoms
- Made in Viet Nam
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General Women's Size Chart
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by hyhiker from Charleston, SC on Wednesday, February 19, 2014These pants are very cute and a good fit. I have long legs and have a hard time finding travel/outdoor pants that fit in length. These are fairly "fitted" pants, snug in the leg and bum...giving them a more feminine and hip look than many travel-type pants.
I am usually a 4 in pants but ordered a 6 in these and they fit just right, any tighter and I'd have to go up a size.
I haven't had a chance to wear them around a lot yet, but a concern I have is how they'll hold up to abrasion. The nylon is very soft and somewhat thin, which makes them comfortable but perhaps delicate? Hopefully they won't tear easily.
Reviewed by Trulyb from Asheville, NC on Friday, January 10, 2014It's good to see these pants back again in a range of sizes. They are among my favorite pants for travel and hiking in moderate or cool temperatures. They are lightweight, dry quickly, and they have a good bit of stretch to allow comfortable movement. They have a flattering, form-fitting cut. However, one caution: the pair I bought last year is a good inch bigger in the waist than my new pair, so I may try a size up for comfort. It may have just been this pair, but I'm going to try the next size up to be sure. I don't like tight waistbands! They have enough stretch that they may work despite the difference in size, but I'll compare the sizes first.