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DriCanvas Pant (Prior Model Year)

$79.00 $39.50
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A modern, under-stated summer hiking and travel pant with discreet pockets for ticket & phone or map & compass.

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58% Cotton / 39% Polyester / 3% Spandex woven, DWR face, Wicking interior
1,000g (ASTM upright)

Tech Specs

Inseam Length:
30 or 32 in. / 
Air Permeability:
15 CFM
Water Entry Pressure:
200 mm
14 oz. / 0.40 kg
Type: Bottoms
Collection: Trailwear
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    1. Great everyday pants.

      I love these pants! The side pockets are perfect for holding your cell phone and wallet in a secure place while traveling not to mention keeping them in a comfortable location while sitting opposed to the rear pocket. They have a very clean look to them as well compared to the newer version that is quickly recognized as hiking pants. Wish I had stocked up on more of this model before the changes were made. on May 15th 2017

    2. Stands out for not standing out

      Very comfortable -- good for warm weather. Better-looking alternative to cargo pockets. on Sep 15th 2016

    3. Nice Pants

      I bought these pants originally to be my new hiking pants. I've since worn them about every day since as my day-to-day pants. Great to have a pair of pants that I can look nice in at work, as well as be active in. on Jul 12th 2016

    4. Customer Review

      these slacks are great. I am really impressed with the fit, true to size and boy are they comfortable. I have some new go to slacks for all types of active wear on Sep 21st 2015

    5. Customer Review

      One of the most comfortable pants I have ever worn. Being a 6'4" slender frame, the 34/34 fit me perfectly and I am surprised at how light the pants are. If they make more colors I will definitely buy those as well. Keep up the Great Workmanship Sierra Designs!! I plan on making some serious hikes in the Lake Tahoe and Yosemite Parks in these pants!! on Jan 4th 2015

    6. Customer Review

      INITIAL: very comfortable, well fitting pants. i'm 6'2"/185 and the 36x32 are just right and fit over my hiking boots fine. "olive night" color is just what you'd expect, a deep olive drab so that's great. my gun belt and "spec-ops better bdu belt" fit through the back loop no prob. put phone in right hand cargo pocket and thought i'd forgotten it...doesn't flop around at all/great placement. i tend to run hot but i'm feeling dry sitting here on the couch in the oklahoma winter with the furnace running-that's a plus and exactly what i was looking for. tried products like the "sawtooth pants" but hated the hip-hugger fit so go for these if you're looking for pants that fit like chinos or khakis but tailored for hiking (will probably be wearing these around town too). pants are cut well through the seat and knees based on doing squats in my living room. the slight stretch in the fabric really helps here. left hand cargo pocket zipper runs very smoothly. back pocket buttons are made of rubber and that's interesting. will see how those hold up. overall, the quality and craftsmanship of these pants seem top notch. light and breathable but still durable. will update review after taking these pants on the eagle rock loop on the ouachita trail in may 2014. UPDATE: wore these for the entire 27 mile eagle rock loop in the ouachita forest may 5-8, 2014. conditions were high 70's-low 80's with mild humidity and low water levels on the little missouri river; mosquitoes and other insect life was teeming. this was a tough hike and i was sweating constantly but these pants were very breathable. having only worn jeans before, any improvement would've been welcome but i can certainly say i was comfortable. TOUGHNESS: i took a slip down a short rock face, grabbed a thorny vine with my inner thigh, and raked my shin across a jagged, fallen tree trunk but the pants show no damage and neither does my skin (except for bruises). THE FIT: the extra room sewn into the crotch (gusseted?) was the real advantage. as my 40+ pound pack was constantly making my pants sag, i still had very good room to step up high and maneuver over, or more importantly under, fallen tree trunks. WATER: these pants had been worn, slept in, and washed many times before this trip and i still saw great repellance. this actually saved my socks a couple of times when i slipped off some rocks during some creek crossings just due to the cuff falling over the boot. on higher water crossings when i rolled up the legs, the pants got wet, of course. once i rolled them back down and moved on, they dried pretty quicly. FUNCTIONALITY: you either want cargo pants or you want pants that function while you rely on your pack. i relied on my pack and enjoyed the function of my pants. having forgotten batteries for my camera, i had to take my phone. set on airplane mode and kept in the right hand cargo pocket, i was able to document the whole trip and not worry about losing the phone. homeboy was keeping the maps so i stuffed a bag of jerky in the left hand pocket and that was cool cause i could work the zipper with one hand. know this too, it's pretty hard to make these pants look dirty. pollen and spider/worm silk was everywhere and we trekked through our share of mud but after 4 days, these pants haven't held on to much of it and they look pretty clean. SUMMARY: very well fitting and highly functional garment for serious backpacking and much cheaper than some others out there. i still don't understand the rubber buttons on the back pockets. when my pants were wet with sweat, which was nearly a constant thing, it was nearly impossible to work the button through the button hole due to friction. SUGGESTIONS: to the Sierra Designs staff: great job! don't ever lose the wide rear belt loop but i would love to see the other belt loops widened a bit...and please explain the rubber buttons if you would! on May 7th 2014

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