BY Coalatree

Trailhead Stretch Climbing Pants

THESE COALATREE PANTS ARE KICKSTARTER'S HIGHEST-FUNDED TECHNICAL PANT EVER!

$89.99

2 REVIEWS
Description

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Coalatree's Trailhead Adventure Pant is a complete revelation in travel and adventure pants. With hundreds of loyal fans giving it 5 stars, this pant goes well-beyond the traditional climbing pant functionality. Neat enough to wear to the office, with water repellent fabric and extremely durable, this is the pant that takes you from day-dreaming in the office straight to your van to go hit a climbing getaway. Need to buzz out early on a Friday afternoon? Wear these to work, and head straight to the trailhead. Burly enough for big mountain hikes, but good all-around casual pants, these pants are good-to-go for weekend or a festival or a several day stretch in South America. Pack light, and pack right!

 

SPECS:

- Ankle-length slim fit that has better style than typical adventure pants.

- Drawstrings at the ankles and at the waist.

- Super-durable and rip-resistant nylon fabric (ripstop).

- Four-way stretch is patent-pending.

- Water- and stain-resistant.

- Comfy and ergonomic crotch gusset.

- Reduce sweat and stink, because this pant is moisture-wicking and anti-microbial.

- Just 10.9 ounces!

- Packs down ultra-compact, right into its own pocket!

REVIEWS AVERAGE 5 STARS / 2 REVIEWS

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Tim Boone 03/05/2018

The Coalatree Adventure pant is the most versatile pant I've ever come across. I sported them over my wet suit before a winter plunge into a ice covered lake. Great at blocking wind and staying dry. An essential to any adventure. Fit as expected.

Gear Editor 02/08/2018

GEAR EDITOR: At Gear.com, we've researched the Coalatree Trailhead Pants and have read hundreds of reviews about it across the web. We also own some ourselves, and have tried them out and love them -- super stretchy, rip-resistant, stain-resistant, and packable. Killer pants just for travel or daily wear, even if you're not a climber. Here we bring you a break-down from the hundreds of reviews out there... Overwhelmingly these pants are rated as a 5 out of 5 stars, with a few marking them at 4. Only 2% of reviewers marked them at 3 stars, and only 1% marked them below 3 stars. WHAT PEOPLE LIKED: - Lots of commentary about how the water just beads off the pants. - Lots of comments stating the slim fit is so much more attractive than typical adventure pants. - People love the stretchiness, calling them the best pants ever and that they now can't love all the other pants in their closet. - Super lightweight, and that they pack down into a pocket. - Filmmaker Eric Bennett said that he's never worn a pant so comfortable and yet durable at the same time. Whether rain, snow, or sliding on rocks they hold up and keep him warm and dry. - Quin Schrok from @everchanginghorizon said they are his go-to for literally everything. In his words, he uses them to hike, skate, travel. Classy enough for church, but rugged enough to withstand the elements. - Many reviewers talked about how functional but stylish they are. Even kind of a hipster style, much younger look and more attractive than most pants you find at outdoor stores. - Great for bouldering, climbing, and travel but comfy enough to wear around the house. WHAT THEY FELT COULD BE IMPROVED: - They are a slim fit that's unisex sizing, so if you're a guy you should size up. One reviewer said that he's a size 30 waist with skinny legs, but decided to get the medium instead of his typical size small. He said he's really glad he did, because they are just right and an attractive slim athletic fit. Our own testing is that a size 32-34 waist would go for a size large. - Pocket ears: Good fit across the front and fly for both men and women, but when you bend down the side pockets pop out a bit. - Early version was missing velcro on back pocket for one customer. - While the strings at the ankles are helpful for when you're climbing & bouldering, when biking you want to make sure the ankle ties are tied-up and tucked away. - Ed.