Reviewed by TravelNut from North Carolina on Monday, May 4, 2015
I purchased these pants for a our planned African Safari but just tried them out on a 4-day jaunt to Nassau, The Bahamas & they were perfect for a multitude of activities: They dressed up well for "resort elegant" dinners, they were comfortable & warm enough for airport & plane AC, & I arrived ready...
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Reviewed by Not A Happy camper from Ct on Monday, June 6, 2016
Bought a pair of these and after 1 washing they looked like they were 20 years old. The leg got caught on the Velcro and had 5 pulls in it. The pocket was no longer sewn to the pants. Had bought a pair of LL bean convertible pants 8 years ago and they look and wear so much better than these pants. Guess you should always stick with what you know.
Reviewed by Anna from Hawaii on Monday, December 21, 2015
The material is very thin; in the light khaki color, the outline of one's legs would be completely visible if strongly back-lit. That's the only reason I returned them, and I seriously considered keeping them anyway because of the other features: multitude of pockets, good length (most petite pants are still an inch or more too long for me, and these were perfect), natural waist (which is hard to find nowadays), zip-off, quick dry, etc.
Reviewed by Amanda the Adventurer from Michigan on Sunday, November 8, 2015
Pros: very lightweight
Cons: awkward sizing
I'm 5'2 and 128 lbs and I ordered the size 6 and they were too small at the waist, but then the size 10 was huge at the waist! But these are great for a good bushwhack to prevent you from getting all scratched up!
Reviewed by Skye from N orth Carolina on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
The Stillwater Supply pants are the most practical pants for a day long walk during Spring or Fall season. You can start out warm with long pants and when the temperature rises you are ready by zipping off the lower pant's length. It's a great idea that I appreciate especially this time of year. The added bonus is the UV protection.
I think these will work. They are looking and very comfortable
Answered on 12/9/2014 5:39:37 PM by BevG from Tennessee
I think the elastic waist would work good for you.
Answered on 12/9/2014 8:38:03 PM by cathy from Oregon
My wife has similar body habitus. We had to send for a smaller size that she is used to wearing, but the pair she traded in for fits fine without the "gap" issue.
Answered on 12/9/2014 9:22:01 PM by Hiker Bud from Iowa
Hard to say. My hips are certainly not slim, and I definitely don't have a small waist either. The waist has elastic on the sides but a zipper and button on the front, so they're perhaps not as flexible as a totally elastic waist. I generally take a size 12 in jeans and that's what I ordered for these. If anything they're a bit on the roomy side.
Answered on 12/9/2014 9:34:08 PM by Off to Peru from NYS
These will gap, also, especially after wearing them a while. But they are well made, dry quickly, and the shorts are a little longer which I like. Also lots of pockets. The price is right, too. Hope this helps.
Answered on 12/10/2014 7:56:44 AM by East Bay Gal from California
I had to use a belt as the waist was slightly loose. I hope this helps.
Answered on 12/10/2014 7:39:57 PM by CougarSwimMom from New Jersey
I'm not sure since I returned them - but I am 5'6" and around 130 lbs and felt they were too short for me.
Answered on 9/16/2014 5:11:12 AM by Peggy from Virginia
Hi, I got the size 6 and was going to send back and exchange for 8 but I think I will keep these as a diet goal to get in to!! I SHOULD be a size 6 for my height, 5' 2 1/2". I really love these pants, I feel for the price they can't be beat, the picture makes them seem kind of manly cut, but they are very womanly cut. They sit at the waist and the rise I measured from top of waistband to the crotch seams is 10", the inseam for shorts is 9", and the total leg inseam is 29", I may not have to hem them when I have on boots, yippee! I think I may order another pair as for $23.50 they are great!! I love the Seneca color-- more a true khaki color then the picture shows. I love these pants as much as or more than the LL Bean $65 Tropicwear zip leg pants I also bought recently!! They don't seem to have printed my review for those other Stillwater pants, the ones for $23.95, they were awful!! way too small on top and ballooning pants, bad quality. The label inside these says "10,000 ft above sea level" but the plastic bag pants came in says Stillwater so I wonder if Stillwater makes the 10,000 feet line also. Hope this all helps! Sierra Gal p.s I think the specs say the inseam for size 10 is 30" so not sure what it would be for 8, 29" or 30"
Answered on 9/16/2014 11:30:49 AM by Sierra hiker from California
The rise on the pair I received was 14 inches. I'm not sure what the inseam was, I'm sorry, but I'm a 30 length and they were probably close to a 31 or 32.
Answered on 9/18/2014 1:55:44 PM by Callabirder from Florida