Columbia Sportswear Cool Creek Stretch Cargo Pants - UPF 50 (For Men)
About Columbia Sportswear Cool Creek Stretch Cargo Pants - UPF 50 (For Men)
Closeouts. Columbia Sportswear's Cool Creek stretch cargo pants are ideal for your outdoor adventures. Durable nylon with two-way stretch provides UPF 50 sun protection and has Omni-Shield® advanced repellency.
Specs about Columbia Sportswear Cool Creek Stretch Cargo Pants - UPF 50 (For Men)
- Pant style: Flat Front
- Features: UPF Rated
- UPF Rating: 50
- Closure: Zipper,YKK®
- Fabric: 96% nylon, 4% spandex
- Omni-Shade®, Omni-Shield®
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Weight: 14 oz.
- Made in Viet Nam
- Visit our Pant Fit Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Daniel O from North Carolina on Sunday, November 24, 2013I bought two pair of these and I couldn't be happier! They are a slim fit, but have a give due to the material. I am 5'9, 150 lbs and athletic build as reference. I wore these while at Glacier National Park in the backcountry. They are well made and hold up well to the 4 days of hiking. The inner pockets are mesh on the inside. I do not see this as a down side unless I am putting something into my pocket that is sharp or may get snagged. For me, I just don't do this! For me the mesh lining makes it easy to cool off and increase breathability. The back pockets close with velcro; I don't use these, again they are slim fit so I don't overstuff the pockets. Extremely happy with purchase. If there were more color options, I'd never choose another again.
Reviewed by Mountain Shadow Seeker from Georgia on Sunday, November 10, 2013Columbia's cargo pants take daily-wear comfort to a new level of relaxation. It's snap-button front closure stands the test of time, twists, bends and any other waist-level stress that threatens to pop open a secure fit. Snap-button closure and a zipper pocket on the right side of the mid-thigh to access keys and wallet aids someone with limited mobility in both hands. A couple of spilled coffees prove the advanced repellency of Omni-Shield to not be just a bunch of all-wet marketing mumbo-jumbo. After constant crotch-to-cuff combat with concrete, canines and cats, these britches have found to be free of hitches.
Reviewed by Dave from Northern New York on Tuesday, October 29, 2013Too snug. Ordered one size larger, hope they wear well.
Reviewed by Greg from Manitoba on Thursday, October 24, 2013Fit nice almost everywhere. Ive got a bit of a belly and large thighs so the pockets are always flared open. Kind of annoying. Motivating me to lose weight!
Reviewed by gaspacho from Santa Fe, NM on Sunday, October 20, 2013I was looking for something to wear while I commute to work on my bike as the weather gets colder, and these pants are ideal. They have just the right amount of stretch and block the wind nicely. They've held up really well to the abuse of my daily 13-mile roundtrip ride, and like most things Columbia I expect they will do so for a long time. The only reason they don't get five stars is the front pockets - as other reviews mention, they're pretty shallow and I wouldn't trust them with anything I want to keep (especially on a bike). Since I always carry a messenger bag I'm not bothered by this issue, but I wouldn't count on carrying keys or a smartphone securely if that's what you need to do. All in all, better than pants I've had that cost four times the price and I'll be getting a second pair because the closeout price is too good to turn down.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Are these pants relax fit or active fit?”
They are an active fit.
“What is the texture and thickness of this pant like?
- I want a pant that isn't the typical thin, "swooshy" nylon hiking pant and has a little thicker material, but can still be comfortable in the backcountry or walking around town. I have a pair of MH rifugio trek pants that are great for backpacking but are annoying to wear for everyday use.
The fabric thicker than the usual swishy thin fabric. Yet it is not too heavy either.
“Tow other questions were about cargo pockets and you answered there are none. Description contains these descriptions of pockets:
Slash hand pockets
Touch-fasten back pockets
Zip security pocket
Where is the "zip security pocket?
The zip security pocket is on the right leg out seam below the hand pocket.
“I don't see any cargo pockets on these pants.”
Pant does not have any cargo pockets but the vendors name for these are Cool Creek Stretch Cargo Pants .
“How is the sizing of these pants? do they run small or big in the waist? how is the length - it is true to the size?”
Item 5250C runs true to size the inseam of 30 is true to size also.
“Where is the cargo pockets? I don't see them in the photo.”