About Outdoor Research Expressa Shorts (For Women)
Closeouts. When it's time to get outdoors -- but still escape the grueling hot temps -- Outdoor Research's Expressa shorts manage the skin climate with exceptionally lightweight polyester and keep you moving with a hint of mechanical stretch.
Outdoor Research Women's Size Chart
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by IhrtIowa from Salt Lake City on Sunday, June 14, 2015These shorts are really comfy and perfect for hiking. They do have a velcro closer which doesn't bother me just different. Run true to size.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from WI on Saturday, June 6, 2015They ride down in back when bending, so had to return them. Waist was too large in relation to hips.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lisa from Oregon on Wednesday, June 3, 2015These shorts are not stretchy; at all. The fit around the hips and waist is exactly like a board short. For me, this explains the velcro fly. They are a few inches longer than board shorts; and wider around the legs. If the legs were narrower it would restrict movement when walking, since they have NO stretch. The length is perfect. They are super lightweight. You could probably jump in the river with them.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kim from Oregon on Monday, August 25, 2014These shorts are so comfortable and light! We are traveling to Greece and I can't think of anything better to bring. Fantastic quality
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Shopper from Colorado on Thursday, June 12, 2014I liked these shorts as they were well made and material was very light. They were, however way too short for my style so I returned them.
Question & Answer
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“Do these shorts really have a 6 inch inseam? On other websites, this style look really "short". I want a longer inseam.”
Item 5113F has a 6" inseam
“Hi, the specs say this is a 3"inseam short, but by the picture I'm not so sure thats right. Could you verify? Thanks!”