About Dish dish denim Hiking Jeans (For Women)
Closeouts. Stretchy Lycra® and moisture-wicking CoolMax® technology makes these dish denim hiking jeans better than ordinary jeans at keeping you cool and comfortable throughout your sunny-day wanderings. Zip pockets stash your essentials, and elasticized cuffs prevent the hems from becoming torn and frayed victims of the trail.
Specs about Dish dish denim Hiking Jeans (For Women)
- Leg opening: 12"
- Fabric: 70% cotton, 29% polyester, 2% Lycra®
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry low heat
- Made in Pakistan
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General Women's Size Chart
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Reviewed by Inaliel mama scout from SF Bay Area on Thursday, December 21, 2017I wanted to love everything about this; I am active. I bike & hike with my kids. I have muscular thighs/calves. I only wear denim with stretch. It would have hit all my musts. I've seen all the hype around the DU/ER Mens activewear pants; I want that! First the positives, STRETCH! Because women have muscles and women's strongest muscles are typically their hips/legs. Bespoke women use those muscles while being active. I was able to get the jeans past my thighs so yay for that. The fabric feels soft so kudos for that. Second, pocketses. The 21st Century called and women want functional pockets. There is a thoughtful inner liner pocket, for money I suppose or something small and bendy? The back pockets have zippers. If I really wanted to, I could fit my phone in there and zip it with some effort which is good because when one is using a chemical toilet or squatting in the woods, one doesn't want one's phone spontaneously springing out of the back pocket. I probably could not hold my phone in the front pocket even though it fits, because it would definitely pop out. They started off making mens active wear pants so presumably they know that when a human being bends at hip and thigh juncture, say when one is ascending a mountain or biking, everything flat and non-bendy (like perchance, a phone) is pushed up & out in the front pocket unless the pocket has depth, like most mens pants pockets. So YES there are pocketses. BUT, the functionality in practice is not up to active living. But if you are standing or walking, it'd be okay. Next, I like the idea of having a groin gusset like one sees in yoga pants/activewear because I bike and I hike and I like being comfortable and not always looking like I am too lazy to get dressed. However, it is like they added the gusset to existing pants pattern without compensating for the way it changes the fit. You can see in the picture how that creates a pucker around the crotch; this pix was at an angle. Straight on, it creates the illusion of massive [...] without actually being wedged anywhere. I tried a size down to see if this fixed the issue and NO. I would chalk it up to body type, but I have a hard time imagining what type of body would need so much extra fabric only at the crotch. I suppose that gusset was not designed/roadtested on an actual physical woman's body. I guess that's why it ended up on STP and it is no longer a part of their other women's design. Final note about the elasticized cuffs. Again this is a great concept for biking and hiking and preventing fray. But it would have been better executed with the ability to be adjustable. It was almost too snug on my rather narrow ankles.
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