Verified Buyer Reviewed by True Aficionado from Whidbey Island on Tuesday, April 14, 2015
The designers of the Tulemar pants were very creative and incorporated some features that must of looked better conceptually than in execution. The pant legs were assembled from separate pieces (upper and lower leg) to allow gaping vents in the back around the knees. The problem is the accompanying diagonal seam across the front leg. The motion from any activity such as walking or sitting causes the seams to ride up and down. This causes some minor abrasion and discomfort on the front of the wearers legs as the seam rubs against the skin.