The Columbia Just Right Straight Leg Pants in Women's Plus Sizes stretch, block harmful UV rays and resist moisture so you can turn your summer hike into a comfortable ramble or—an epic journey.
|Back Rise:||12 in|
|Body:||96% nylon, 4% elastane.|
|Fabric:||96% nylon / 4% elastane Summiteer Lite|
|Fit:||Active, Regular Rise|
|Front Rise:||8 in|
|Inseam:||29.5” SHORT, 32” REGULAR|
|Inseam (in.):||32 inches|
|Leg Opening:||14 in|
|Lining:||57% recycled polyester, 43% polyester.|
|Material:||96% Nylon, 4% Elastane Summiteer Lite|
|Model #:||AL8141-R 010 4|
|Side cargo pockets:||No|
|Sides:||85% polyester, 15% elastane.|
|Waist Measurement:||26 in|
|Columbia Sportswear Just Right Straight-Leg Pants - Short||$60.00 - $65.00|
|Columbia Sportswear Just Right Woven Pants - - Straight Leg||$60.00|
|Columbia Sportswear Just Right Full Leg Pant||$47.99|
|Columbia Sportswear Just Right Straight Leg Pants 29.5 in. Inseam||$54.98|
These pants rock. I've used them canyoneering, rock climbing, river wading, impromptu yoga-ing and more. They dry quickly and have a very flattering fit.
I picked these up last year for summer hiking. They are incredibly comfortable, dry fast, and don't seem to show dirt much. The only really irritating thing is the one pocket. It's on the outside of the thigh instead of higher up where pockets usually are which annoys me since it's not as functional. The fabric is so lightweight that anything beyond an id and some cash starts to weigh down the pocket and no matter how tight you try to tie the elastic drawcord it's going to pull on that side.
Maybe I just use my pockets a lot so this is really noticeable to me. I wore these when hiking in Glacier NP and wished I had more accessible pockets since I had to take off my backpack often to store things in there. Overall it's not enough to make me not wear these, just something I will make sure to consider when I purchase more pants. I do like that they are long. I'm 5'11 and the XL is long enough.