Outdoor Research Solitaire Convertible Pants - DWR, UPF 50 (For Women)
About Outdoor Research Solitaire Convertible Pants - DWR, UPF 50 (For Women)
Closeouts. Outdoor Research's Solitaire convertible pants provide maximum flexibility on the trail. Lightweight nylon features a water-repellent finish and UPF 50 sun protection, and zip-off pant legs convert the Solitaire pants into shorts when the temperature rises so you can summit in comfort.
Specs about Outdoor Research Solitaire Convertible Pants - DWR, UPF 50 (For Women)
Outdoor Research Women's Size Chart
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sarah from seattle on Tuesday, February 17, 2015I had to return these. Wide pant legs, and way too long. There is a 12" zipper at the bottom of each pant leg so you cannot shorten them, unless you remove the zippers. Loved the top of the pants.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Uncle J from Oregon on Friday, November 14, 2014Nice fitting, and true to size. A little long, I'm 5'8",but have short legs. Wish they had a cargo pocket.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by dcdavys from Washington, DC on Monday, September 29, 2014I've never been able to figure out whether I have a freakishly small waist or a freakishly large rear end, but either way, size charts were not made with me in mind. I've tried on a lot of hiking pants, specifically convertible pants, and these seem to be a good solution for the pear-shaped out there. At 34-25-38, I went with the 4. There is waist gapping, but the belt solves the problem. Yes, you could just use your own belt, but the one included is very lightweight and low-profile, which works well under my pack. I read some reviews on another site that complained that the zippers are too tight on the thighs. I was a little concerned about this, but when I hit the trail I realized it's not a problem when standing (i.e. hiking), and didn't really bother me much when sitting. So if you have particularly large thighs or if you spend most of your time in hiking pants actually sitting (around the campfire, in the car...no judgement!) these might not be the pants for you.