Best Survival Pants for Men

Pants 7 Dec 2022 10+ Comments Open

1. Fruit Loom 2 Pack Jersey Pajama

Fruit Loom 2 Pack Jersey Pajama

It is easy to care for, machine washable. The sleep pant has a single button and elastic waistband. There are two deep side-seam pockets. It's perfect for relaxing or sleeping.

Brand: Fruit Of The Loom

👤Feb 2020 was purchased. I bought the Fruit of the Loom Medium, Hanes Medium and Amazon Basics Large to try them out. The Hanes and Fruit of the Loom are just a normal T-shirt material, while the Amazon Basics is more like sweat pants that are soft on the inside and stretchy on the outside. Fruit of the Loom and Hanes are tagless. There is a If you ride a motorcycle and it's cold, the thinner material for Hanes and Fruit of the Loom makes it easier to wear under other pants. I recommend the thinner Hanes or Fruit of the Loom if you need pajamas in a warmer house. The thicker Amazon basic is a lounge around the house. The Amazon Basics has a tag. Do you need thick or thin? My waist is 38" using a tape measure. The waist of Hanes is not stretched. 42" The inseem is 31.5" long. The medium waist of the fruit of the loom is not stretched. The inseem is 30.5" The large waist is not stretched. The inseem is 31 and they are 43" long. They need to get rid of the tag. The Hanes and Fruit of the Loom are not tags. I'll try to add pictures after the review. Let me know if this was helpful.

👤I'm cheap. Women's pajama bottoms always shrink and end up too short when I buy Walmart jammies. Men's pajamas are better than women's. These are comfortable. flannel pajama pants are very light. I live in them when I'm not at work. I bought a pair to try, but I think I need a second pair.

👤I tried a pair of Fruit of the Looms after buying two other brands of pajama pants. I have short legs and had to hem them. I have to say that they are the best pants I have ever owned. I ordered two more. When I am retired, I wear pajama pants and a t-shirt around the house all the time, because I know nobody is going to visit or see me. These pants are perfect. I don't look like I'm wearing pajama pants when I go out to the driveway to pick up the paper or take out trash because the black color looks nice. The material is light and soft to the touch. flannel can get uncomfortable in hot weather. The pants are great for our climate. I feel like Hugh Hefner is spending my days wearing them. My wife told me to get more because she loved the new look.

👤Excellent sleepwear. I am a big man and these 4XL Big pants fit me perfectly, with room to spare but with the cinch/tie - perfect. I tried these on and did not want to take them off.

👤The price was right and I bought a bunch of these. You think Fruit of the Loom is good quality, but not these! These are now known as the doughnuts drawers. It was difficult to answer the question of how these fit. The legs shrink up to about 24 and the seat falls down, even though they look good. If you like your crotch at the knees, you may like these. I don't! I regret every pair of these I bought.

2. FROGG TOGGS All Sport Waterproof Breathable

FROGG TOGGS All Sport Waterproof Breathable

The fully seam taped jacket and rain suit is made with a DRIPORE GEN 2 middle layer for waterproof, wind resistant and all day comfort. The jacket has a hood that can be removed, a front zip, elastic cuffs, and a storm flap to keep elements out. Pull on elastic waist, open leg openings, and 4-panel cut straight leg design.

Brand: Frogg Toggs

👤I bought this as a cheap rain suit. A storm came up as we docked at Port Clinton after we went to a boating rendezvous on Lake Erie. I put the suit on. The storm grew to be very large. Waves closed a 4 lane highway. I was trying to keep the boats from breaking free. The water was close to the docks. The wind was so bad that the dock lines were pulling cleats out of the docks. The dock on the next row broke loose and about 20 boats, all larger than 40 feet, were attached and went up the river. I spent the night trying to keep the boats safe. 70 mph winds and storm surge all night. The only part of me that was wet was below the knee where I had been standing in the water. When I bought the amazing suit, I thought it was cheap paper. I would take this thing anywhere.

👤I ordered a large after reading reviews. This thing was huge. I wear large shirts and 34 pants. I could have fit two of you in that thing, no worries, Prime Member, returned it and got a refund in 24 hours. Two days later, it arrived. The medium is great over cloths. I hope this helps answer some of the questions on the reviews. Have not used it in the rain. It does not come with a carrying case. I followed another user's suggestion. Put the pants in half, put the sleeves in, fold each side into a hood, and put the entire suite into the hood. It is easy to fit and small. No ties or straps, it just fits. Excellent recommendation...

👤I was excited to try the Frogg Toggs suit after reading good reviews. It failed completely at what it was supposed to do. I drove 20 minutes on my motorbike to work in a light rain and had a wet shirt all the way down the front. On the way home from work I drove for 20 minutes in a heavy rain and ended up with my front soaked from shirt to pants. The suit leaked so badly that I was not kept dry. I will return my product as soon as possible because I can't recommend it.

👤My husband drives a tractor and is out in the elements for hours a day. We bought a cheap plastic one a few months ago. It ripped and never kept him dry. This one is very high quality. It's super thick. He loves the elastic waist pants that he can easily pull on over his uniform and they are long enough to cover his boots. I decided to go down to the XL because it is a perfect fit and roomy, as he usually wears 2x in shirts. He is 5'11 and weighs 220 lbs.

👤The rainsuits were ordered with the intention of comparing and returning two. SWISSWELL Black Large is a Mens waterproof rainsuit. Result Mens waterproof rain suit (L) (Black) is $23. Frogg Toggs Men's All Sports Rain and Windsuit, Black, Large is $40.00. Swisswell was chosen in the end. Swisswell had the best fit, style, and function. Swiswell has their own pockets, no pass through holes. A quick test under the faucet proved that the material wouldn't absorb water. I am not sure how well these will breathe. I am confident that they will keep me dry. This was the top choice because of its appearance, fit, and draw strings in all the right places. I don't like the left handed zip up. Will update after use. The results were very rubbery and tight. I would have ordered a bigger size if I had liked it. If you have a budget that is below the other two, this one is fine for minimal use, but it came in last place for my preference. It is difficult to get back into the original bag, but only one of the three tested has a storage bag. Has access to the pockets in the clothing. Also has a weird left handed zip up. Get it right China. Frogg Toggs were large and made of a grocery bag material which was the most absorbent of the three, but I didn't like that it didn't have pockets or pass through holes to access pant pockets underneath. If I am standing watching my daughter play soccer, I want pockets for my hands so pocketless top and bottom was a deal breaker for me. The best way to put on quickly was with these. I felt I could have fit a helmet under the hood. Only one of the three had right handed operations. I knew this would be the winner because it would be worn over heavier clothing.

3. CRYSULLY Fashion Active Hunting Workwear

CRYSULLY Fashion Active Hunting Workwear

Zip fly and button closure, regular fit, straight leg, no belt. The pants are a bit heavy and perfect for fall or winter. Work Occasion: Daily, Casual, Outside. Also, note: The pants are too long for some people, and you can't shorten them.

Brand: Crysully

👤No self respecting vet would ever be seen in a good product. Don't worry, it's not that hard to remove.

👤These were ordered for something different. I like the look and the fit is snug, but maybe it was all Thanksgiving Turkey. I served in the Army and don't have a problem with the patches being placed on the pants. I hope you have small hands or long fingers to get whatever you put in the pockets on the legs. The look is good but the fabric is not heavy duty. There is an update. I bought a total of five pairs, the last one was the Thanksgiving Turkey. I like the look of these pants and have changed a couple of the patches to units that I actually served in. I have gotten many positive comments on the fit and if it's just for the sake of it, it's worth the price. The fit is snug but I think that may have contributed to the praise. You won't regret it if you buy them.

👤The back pocket was sewed wrong.

👤I ordered gray. I received a strange color. Not black and not gray. I received something different than what I had ordered. I ordered five different pairs before. I still have three of them. The other two wore out quickly. They are the only pants with pockets that I like. The material is subpar. The waist on these pants are stretchy. My last five pairs were not. I think it's a new design to accommodate the different sizes they don't sell in. Not a bad thing. This color is not what I wanted. I really wanted their green ones. I would have to wait for them to come back into stock. I chose gray. Something much darker is what I have.

👤I bought the navy blue and wanted to buy 2 or 3 more colors but I will hold off. The stretchy and comfortable is the good. The side pockets are too small, my cell phone wouldn't fit, I couldn't put my regular size hands in there, and I had a risk of ripping the pocket off. The color is not as bright as it used to be. I expected better quality for the money I paid.

👤I like these pants. I have bought three pairs of shoes. I don't use any of the pockets. I like them because of their appearance and fit. I wear a 35 or 34 waist jean when I am athletic. I bought a 36 waist size and they fit right. They are snug around my thighs. I don't have skinny legs. If you don't like the fact that they sit low on the waist, feel free to complain, but it will bug you until you get used to it. They don't shrink, which is nice. The material, length and leg zip are what I love about these. The material is similar to a quality hiking pant and the colors are just like the picture shows. The length is a bit long and I like it. The leg zip is great because it allows you to have a straight leg look or a slightly tapered look and it doesn't look weird. I bought the matching polo shirts from Cryskully and they look great together. Awesome product! Remove the "Air Borne" patch. You wear the Army patch with your belt.

4. Propper Mens Uniform Tactical Black

Propper Mens Uniform Tactical Black

The Uniform Tactical Pant is ready for duty and has all the features you need for a professional look. CARRY IT. Extra large belt loops are designed for nylon duty belts. There are 2 back pockets with hook and loop closure, 2 front pockets with reinforced opening for folding knife or tool clip, and 2 double cargo pockets with open-top slash pockets. COMFORT + PERFORMANCE: Made with 40% cotton 40% polyester ripstop with an action stretch waistband for enhanced comfort, Vision zip fly with button closure, and knees are reinforced for extra durability, while still allowing the addition of knee pads. The cargo pants have a side elastic waistband that is comfortable to wear at the waist. The pants are straight through the leg. The complete collection. The Uniform Collection from Propper is designed to hold all your gear while providing unparalleled comfort, function, and value.

Brand: Propper

👤What the heck? Is Propper having real Q.C. problems? Propper sells a lot of good stuff, but occasionally they will give you a real turkey with their label on it. I had to double check to make sure I didn't order women's pants because the pocket on these trousers is much deeper than the other. I went up a size and they are still too tight. They fit weird, like hip huggers or something. It was a very strange cut. It was strange for tactical pants. They were washed and dried. The Propper lightweight pants are superior to the other ones. I've been wearing those for a long time. If the Q.C. hasn't gone up in smoke for those as well.

👤I am giving them a 3 star rating. The Propper lightweight tactical pants are better than the uniform tactical pants. I have worn the Propper tactical pants for many years and the quality has improved, but the stock ran out. I bought these pants. The cargo pockets don't work. It's a cargo pocket, it's stupid. I have to unbuckle my pants and then open the button to get the fly zip up. Again, stupid. The button is not a snap like their pants, and I don't like buttons. I liked the fact that there was no metal loop. One of the best features of their pants is the no inside coin pocket. There is no inside rear pocket. The belt loops are weak and thin. The fabric is lighter, that could be a plus or a minus. The color is a little richer and that could be a bonus. If you prefer BDU uniform pants, it's a good pant for the price. I am spoiled by their lightweight pants because they are so superior.

👤I fastened the button when I received the pants. I had to enlarge the button hole to try them on. Can't imagine how the buttons were fastened because the hole was smaller than the button. I decided to keep the two pairs I purchased, but I will not buy anything else from Propper. There is good stretchability in the waistband. Ripstop nylon should provide quick drying when I'm hiking in the rain.

👤These pants were purchased a few years back. They are used on camping trips and meetings with Scouts. They are still going strong despite being beat up and stained after many rough outings. They are not good for special ceremonies anymore. I checked to see if I could get a new pair of shoes for the Eagle Scout Court of Honor. I was happy to see that the same pants were on sale. It was disappointing to see the build quality of the new pair. The corners have been cut. The metal one has been replaced by a plastic one. The pants have a metal snap on the outside and a plastic button on the inside. A plastic button on the outside replaced the one on the inside. I didn't give these pants two stars because the material seems the same. They are ok for the price but not great.

5. MAGCOMSEN Fishing Pockets Lightweight Waterproof

MAGCOMSEN Fishing Pockets Lightweight Waterproof

There are OCCASIONS. This hiking classic is a Men's closet staple because it is an essential outdoor pants, perfect for everyday wear in winter and summer. Great for: skiing, snowboarding, snow sports, hiking, camping, climbing, hunting and other outdoor activities. Materials: The external shell is made of blend of spandex and polyester, and the fleece lining is made of fleece. The water is polluted and the waterproof is not. You won't worry about getting wet while skiing, snowboarding, hunting, hiking in bad weather if you wear professional water repellency pants. This winter pants with soft fleece lining and durable shell fabric guarantees the best heat retention, that will keep you warm and entertained during the chilly winter months. The pockets are very durable and can be used for holding a cellphone, a rear pocket, or thin pants.


👤After getting burnt out at work I decided to take a last minute vacation and needed some good quality hiking pants. I hiked 11 miles in knee deep snow to reach the peaks of Mt. Tallac. These pants are very comfortable, squat proof, wind proof, water proof, and will keep your legs warm from the cold. They advertise everything about these pants. I bought two 34x34 and one black grey, no issues with either of them. I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for warm pants for the cold winter climates. I wore them for 10 hours and they kept my legs warm.

👤I read the reviews and decided to size up 2 sizes for fear of Chinese smaller sizes. My guy usually wears a 36 or 38. 38 are usually a little baggy for him. I ordered a 40. He tried them on and they were too big. He wore a belt to make sure they didn't go anywhere, but he felt like someone could "pants" him. We ordered the 38 and they fit well. The legs are baggy, like a boot cut. The pockets fit his phone. Hope they hold up. They don't feel cheap or flimsy. They feel like polyester. He said that they feel light. They dry quickly.

👤The most comfortable pair of pants I have ever worn! Everything is top quality. We bought more pairs because we loved them so much.

👤Many of the reviews said the sizes were small. I have purchased a lot of things from Asia. I order 2 sizes up. I ordered two larger sizes after reviews mentioned a small size. That didn't pan out well. It was too large for me and baggy. They are warm and cozy, but I wish I had ordered the correct size. I didn't bother them for return/exchange because they weren't the fault of the shippers. I will deal with it. It's a good thing.

👤These are warm and seemingly well-built winter pants, but they are not great looking as they are baggy and look like ski pants, even though there is no zip so you could get them over a boot. They are too wide to fit into a boot. The plain colors do not have the extra leg pockets. I got the 32 and the 34 and fell between them, which I think could happen to anyone, as there was a huge difference between the two. If they fit, they would be good for wearing around town on a cold or snowy day, but you would never want to lounge around in them for too long.

👤The inseam is three inches too long in my case, so I ordered by waist size 36 and hope for the best. Three inch cuffs are not going to do it for me. The idea is to save money on the manufacturing end and let the consumer pay for a tailor to fix their leg length. I'm returning the pants. The upper legs are a bit tight and I'm not taking a chance on how they fit after washing. They seem to be fine pants.

6. Carhartt Force Midweight Classic Thermal

Carhartt Force Midweight Classic Thermal

The waffle knit traps heat and fights odor. Flex technology is rugged and easy to use. The tagless label and smooth flatlock seams enhance comfort. The concealed dry low-stitch waistband has a contoured front. The placement of the seam for maximum comfort and reduced chafing is strategic.

Brand: Carhartt

👤The local Carhartt store was unable to order them anymore, so I ordered them for my husband. The material we bought was thick, but the thinner ones were much less durable. They say they are the Carhartt Force. They are not the same as the other thermals my husband has. I was very disappointed. I paid the same price for the thick ones.

👤The waffle design made me a Large Tall Thicker than under armour. These are very small. I think these are lightweight and not mid. Fruit of The Loom is more form fitting than an old-school Fruit of the Loom, but definitely not a second skin like under armor. The anklets are open and not cuffed. The saddle is comfortable. Not tight. You can wear your boxer briefs underneath and still be comfortable. If you're fast, you can wear cotton boxers if you want, but they don't keep me warm like the standard under armour tights. Make sure your expectations are in line with the product. These shouldn't be the only layer under a pair of waders. It's your base layer. Remember that. If you plan on putting something over it, you should be in good shape.

👤I was disappointed when I put them on. It didn't look like the picture. I got something similar to Flamingo legs inside of a black gunny sack. Very disappointing. Maybe the wife is right. I have bird legs. Carhartt said the long johns were fine.

👤I bought these for a trip to Alaska. When we got there, it was -13. I expected these to keep me warm, but they didn't. I ended up wearing a different brand of bottoms. It would be okay in 10 degrees. They fit in the middle of the body, but are not annoying. We are not tight to the legs.

👤Pros. Construction seems good and the fit is as expected. The price. The price is damn. I have always bought the cheaper stuff at Walmart. I thought I would try the name brand. That was a waste. I don't think there is any justification for the extra money.

👤If you're looking for a pair of underwear that are fit in the crotch area like a pre-pubescent boy, then you should order these. The crotch on these will be too small for a man. I had to return them for a refund because I couldn't get them up over mine.

👤As soon as they were put on the elastic waist band, they separated from the material.

👤I bought a large for my husband. They are loose but not snug. He wears a size 34 or 36 jeans and thermals and I have bought them in the past for snug fitting. This is the first time I have bought these. My husband is happy with the fit and the ankle band is not tight. I have bought other Carhartt thermals that are heavier but my husband is ok with lighter weight. There is a I would buy them again.

7. SITKA Gear Ascent Optifade Subalpine

SITKA Gear Ascent Optifade Subalpine

It can be made in the USA or imported. The central pants are designed for hot days of active hunting and charging in the mountains. There are three available colors: Open Country, Subalpine and Pyrite. These pants are incredibly lightweight and expel the heat and perspiration with its mesh backed hand and cargo pockets for added ventilation. A low profile waist band and articulated knees prevent hunters from getting hurt on the move. The pocket for knee pads has optional protection. PermanENT POLYGIENE ODOR CONTROL is an all new technology that stops the growth of odor-causingbacteria and fungi ensuring that you maximize your concealment in the worst conditions. They pride ourselves on providing the highest quality apparel that ensures you are prepared to tackle any obstacle, under any condition. You can view their complete line of products from their storefront.

Brand: Sitka Gear

👤I love the products from Sitka. These pants have zero flex in the waist so don't order them exact or small, they will be too loose on the second day of hunting. Use a belt or suspenders to fit if you go up a size. By noon, you will not change the waist size of these pants. The only way they will loosen up is after your morning poop.

👤For the first time, we wore these yesterday. The bow season starts in Missouri. There was no breeze. You can't get to not wearing pants. It was miserable hot out, but these made it as comfortable as it could be. Excellent quality and fits well. I weigh in at over 200 lbs. I wear Levi's. I have shorter legs and the 36R fit perfectly. I wear my pants just below my hips. I don't have to use the suspenders because I can tuck my shirt in. They are not tight around the waist when sitting. Couldn't be happier.

👤These pants are great for hot weather. Very light. We had a Velvet whitetail hunt here in Tennessee in August and I used them. The temperature was 96. I wore a core lightweight hoodie and a pair of Solomon shoes. It was hot, but I was comfortable. It's definitely the best hunting outfit. I've worn before. If you're looking for a cool outfit, I highly recommend it.

👤I can't quite put my finger on what's missing with these pants. Side zips? Extra weight gives a piece of mind? I'm not sure. These pants have everything you could hope for. Material that is light yet tough with plenty of stretch and odor control dries quickly. I'm not sure if they're fully synthetic as one of the fabrics listed is simply "Cordura" which is a brand name and doesnt really tell you composition--but is good stuff. The pattern is great and they have survived quite a few accidents and are still in good shape. They come with pockets but not knee pads, which is great for scrambling. They aren't marketed for winter, but with a layer of insulation and something for rain, they would probably do well. I would go with something bigger. I have Kuiu attack pants for cold weather.

👤I like these pants. They fit just a tad snug than my mountain pants, but they are not uncomfortable to wear. They are light and dry quickly.

👤It's perfect for early season hunting when it's still warm. It is very durable. If you don't like things fitted for you should order a bigger size. I ordered a tall. I am glad I did.

👤I wear a 34 in jeans. I got a 36 and it was almost too tight. It was very good quality and comfortable. I was hoping to layer under these in the fall. I don't think I could fit under it.

👤The waist is tight and the inseam is long. I am not tall and may not need it. So small and long? Otherwise a good pant.

8. 5 11 Taclite Tactical 74273 36Wx32L

5 11 Taclite Tactical 74273 36Wx32L

This pair of pants is made with a high quality material that is flexible and sturdy to ensure maximum performance in the field. The Teflon-coated fabric of these pants has a protective finish that resists stain, soil, and moisture without compromising breathability. The coating makes it easier to clean the garment. This pair of pants has a fitted appearance and a gusseted inseam, which makes them ideal for flexibility and a comfortable fit. This pair of pants is specially designed for professionals on the go and has 8 pockets with strap-and-slash seat pockets to provide ample storage and easy access to all your mission-critical gear. The brand was developed with quality in mind. Tactical has a wide range of products. 5.11 promises readiness beyond limits, as they define their brand through challenge and fortitude.

Brand: 5.11

👤The fit was not what I expected. These pants have been in my possession for over 5 years. The pants are made by 5.11 and use a different material. I called 5.11 and was told they may have changed one of their manufacturing plants and used a different material. The pants will stretch over time with wear and machine washing. After 2 months of following her advice, there is no change. There is a The rep rudely stated "since you're beyond the 30 day return policy, we can't do anything for you at this time." I paid $200 for 4 pairs of pants that I don't wear, but I'm told to hold on to them because they'll get better. They didn't get better. Waiting for the pants to "Get Better" pushed me over the return/exchange threshold. Very Disappointed with 5.11. This is my first negative remark about 5.11 in 15 years.

👤Double stitching and reinforced kneecaps clearly held the most rigorous jobs. I'm pretty sure most of the things that made me give it a 3 stars were not worth it. Customers here would agree with me. 5.11 did a good job in cost-cutting, they made sure that they use the cheapest fabric available, even if it is not dishwasher safe. They could find the cheapest labor anywhere in the world with these pants. The pants are made well. 5.11 charges. A pair is just insane. This could be a high-paying job for American workers.

👤When you see the 511 brand, you are immersed in how great a product it is, and how much they care about creating clothing that will cater for those with extra needs. After a lot of shopping, it seemed 511 had the line on tactical pants. 45 days into my deployment, my pants are falling apart. I lost an interior button when the stiching on the pockets came apart. Do you want to know what the kicker is? I usually sit at a desk, carry a gun, and travel to do some rough and tough things. I hate to see if I was out on patrol or doing regular missions because the pants are falling apart for the most part. You missed the mark on this one, it seems you're getting cheap with your manufacturing.

👤These pants were purchased in July of last year. They are okay. The button broke this morning. Tina Roberts told me that there is only a one year warranty, even though the website has unlimited warranty for defects for as long as you own them. There is no warranty for Amazon purchases. I was only able to get a five dollar promotion credit after calling Amazon. It's a pity.

👤I ordered 40 x 32. The most prominent tag was 40 x 32, the second was 40 x 30 and the third was 40 x 30. Don't believe me, see the photo. I put the pants in a drawer until I needed them after I checked the plastic tag on the order. I opened them yesterday and found that the pants were wrong size and I need a bigger one. I have a pair of pants that do not fit. I am out $50. I have four pairs of pants, so I didn't need to wear these immediately.

9. CQR CQ UAP02 CYT_Large Regular Trouser Tactical

CQR CQ UAP02 CYT_Large Regular Trouser Tactical

Cotton is 65% and Polyester is 35%. The CQR ACU/BDU Tactical pants are designed for military and law enforcement performance. The mix of fabric has goodDurability. It resists liquids, dirt, and others such as fade, shrink, and wrinkling. The Military Specification Standard Design has multi pockets with pocket flaps that are resistant to snags. The topstitched finish is useful for covering raw edges.

Brand: Cqr

👤I was looking for a less expensive alternative to the 5.11 brands tactical pants. These seem well made and will last me a long time, I only had them for a few days. I might get another color. The problem with these pants is that they are only available in S-M-L-XL-2XL sizes, which means the fit is not as precise as if you were buying normal men's pants that are sized for the waist and length. The Medium has only a Waist size of 32-36. You can choose lengths in Normal - Short - Long. This isn't enough information to make an informed decision. I bought a Medium - Regular size. I wear a 34-30 in my pants. I'm not tall. I have never had to buy shorts in any pant I have ever owned. I was expecting the pants to fit perfectly but they were far from that. The pants were longer than I usually wear. It was too long to roll up or hem. The draw string system on the bottom of the pants can be used to cinch the pants around your ankle when you need to put them into boots or keep them out. If you change the pants, you lose the system. The pants are very baggy. It looked like I was wearing big boy pants for the first time because of the extra length and baggy fit. I bought a Medium- Short after returning the original pair. These fit better. These are equivalent to a 34-32 in pants. The pants are a little less baggy in the thighs but still very roomy. If you wear a tight 36 waist, these would be too tight for you. If you wear a 34 these are in line with your size. If you are taller than 32 inches, these will fit you, but the "SHORT" will not fit you. I like the pants but there is more info available. Amazon was easy to deal with.

👤Don't expect a form-fitting pair of pants here. I usually wear a 38" waist 30" inseam and ordered the Large - Regular Length pair of pants here. The waist can be adjusted with the side straps. The legs have strings at the bottom that are fine for me. I would prefer a more tailored fit. The upper leg under the butt is huge. The upper pocket is large. I'm not sure if the idea is a "one-size-fits-all" kind of pant, whether they think people need room to move or not. Suggestion to the manufacturer is to make a slim version of the jeans. I won't be using them as everyday street wear either.

👤I say that I am an average size guy. Not too big and not too small. I'm 5 feet 10 inches tall, 180 pounds, wear 32x32 pants, gloves, boots, and sneakers, and have a 7 inch hat. I ordered a pair of pants that were medium in size. The material was nice and the color was great. The pros end there. The waist was supposed to be tightened down to a 32, but it was a little on the big side. The length was too long. The crotch is about 4 inches lower than the length of the pants leg, which is about 32 inches. Right measurement, but weird around my naughty bits. The knee pad pockets are about 8.25 inches wide, which seems narrow, but perhaps functional. The thigh pockets were wide and there was a small piece of velcro in the middle. The flap was floppy. The leg width was the most insane thing I have ever seen in a pair of pants, and I would have barely tolerate them. Unless you're a steroid freak like the Rock Johnson or MC Hammer, these are wide. I have my measurements for a reason, and I still fit my legs and thighs in one leg of these pants. That is not where my pain ended. It was problematic to return them. I shipped it on Tuesday and it was received by Amazon on Friday. It took me two chat sessions with customer support and 18 days to get an Amazon gift card credit to my account. The two stars are for the material and color. That is all.

10. TBMPOY Lightweight Mountain Fishing Outdoor

TBMPOY Lightweight Mountain Fishing Outdoor

The waist size is 28''-28''. S fits for 30''-31'';M fits for 32''-34'';L fits for 36''-38'';XL fits for 40''-42''. Thin & Quick-Dry and Water repellencies keep you dry and comfortable in the summer. The belt is included in the Elastic Waist. The stretchy waist with belt allows maximum comfort. Zip pockets at the sides and back allow for convenient and secure storage. Slim fit hiking pants for men are perfect for mountain climbing, camping, hiking, running, walking, fishing, hunting, and other indoor and outdoor sports.

Brand: Tbmpoy

👤I bought a small light grey one. The fit was not great. As you can see in my pics, I am 5'8" and 140 lbs and I have baggy hips and upper thighs. Maybe I don't have junk in my trunk. I don't need the extra fabric there. I wanted to post pics so you could see how they look on a small guy.

👤Just got them. It fit well. I got the large size. I'm 6'2”, 230 lbs, 34” inseam. Length is good. The waist is right. They sent a long belt. I have an extra 13 of belt hanging on my waist. The pants wouldn't fit a person who needed this belt. It's not a big deal, but it's funny. The material is stretchy and very comfortable. If they perform well during campouts, they will be upgraded to a 5 star.

👤I was amazed when I ran water tests at home to see if the pants were waterproof. 100% satisfied. I don't understand why someone who buys a waterproof product wouldn't test it at home when they get it instead of waiting to use it in a real life situation. These pants are lightweight. I love the pockets. There are two in normal spot, one in the back, and two in the outer thigh area. If the zip went all the way down, there would be a chance that your items would fall out, so I love that the normal pockets are half-sucked. The fit of the pants is the reason I am giving them a 4 instead of a 5 stars. I prefer a slimmer fit when I go backpacking. Extra material hanging far from my body can get caught on bushes, rocks and other objects. The decision to buy these pants was the most difficult. It was difficult to find reviews that said the fit was right, too small or large. I decided to split the decision and get medium in the middle. I could be a bit shorter, but I don't like the look of the material at the bottom of my pants. I like the way the hem hits at the top of my foot. I ordered medium and it fit perfectly. It was a little small, but it was easy to make up for with the belt that was included. The length was too long for me. I had to hem up the pants to make them comfortable. I decided to shorten them from the knee down to give them a more slim/skinnier look. The pants are not the same with those changes. I love them!

👤These are light and comfortable. I wear relaxed fit jeans and 32-33 x 30s athletic jeans. The waist was perfect but the legs were too long. They could have been cuffed. It was fine with hiking boots, just more length gathered than my typical style now that it is not 1999. I would buy these again if that was an issue for me. I was surprised to find a belt and a mesh vent on the side of the jeans, where the carpenter jeans have small side pockets. They can double as a small pocket with the vent size. In April in Oregon, the temperature ranged from high 40s to high 20s with some hail to upper 20s and wind. They were great for the 40s and would have been better with layers for the 20s.

11. 5 11 STRYKE Tactical Cargo Flex Tac

5 11 STRYKE Tactical Cargo Flex Tac

5.11's patented two-way mechanical stretch 65% polyester/35 cotton ripstop fabric makes the Stryke pant lightweight and durable, and they provide outstanding comfort and performance in harsh conditions. The Teflon fabric treatment protects against stains, spills, and soil. You will be prepared for running, kneeling, crawling, and hustling your work demands with comfort features like a self-adjusting tunnel waistband, a fully shirred crotch, and articulated knees. The 5.11 Stryke pants have a number of operational features, including double-deep cargo pockets for tactical use.

Brand: 5.11

👤I was going to write a review. I am familiar with tactical pants. I have been wearing BDU pants for a long time. They have become a necessity in my warehouse workplace environment where I am constantly bending my body in different positions as well as working around moving equipment and changing outdoor environments. I need comfort and flexibility in BDU wear. Propper pants are very good. I have owned several pairs of shoes for over five years and they are still going strong, but they are starting to wear out. I thought it was time to buy 5 new pairs of BDU type pants to last me the entire week. I was looking at Propper pants. Reviews for 5.11 pants caught my eye. They were higher than Propper pants. I began to see that the STRYKE pants were more favorable than the standard PRO pants, when I began reading reviews on the 5.11 brand. I faced the initial issue. These pants cost a lot. That's crazy! I used to buy tactical/BDU pants for $35 a pair. As I read more reviews of the Tactical Stryke pants, I realized that spending $75 might not be a bad idea. I bought 5 pairs of these pants blindly. If I didn't like them, I could return them to Amazon. I wore my first pair of pants. I was floored. These are tactical pants? They looked like dress pants. The material was very soft. The appearance was refined and slim, and it had some pinstripes in the fabric. I could wear a nice shirt and go out to dinner in these pants. I was surprised that these were actually tactical pants. I could tell that this was ripstop fabric. There were pockets all over the place. I never felt a bit of tightness in the fabric as I bent down, because it was flexible and roomy. The pants hug me. They look great on me. I'm a short guy. I wear a 29-inch inseam. Everyone with my inseam knows that no pants are tailored for us. I thought I would have to pay a lot of money for these tailored pants since I bought five. I was happy to find that the length was short so that I could just get by with the 30-inch inseam. Several Amazon reviews point out this. I was happy that these pants held their shape after being washed for the first time. These are quick-dry. I don't recommend drying them for more than 30 minutes. These are the most amazing pants I have ever owned, and I am here to tell you about it. I can take them to the warehouse. I can wear them to dinner. How many pants do you think can serve you for work and dining? I think pants that cost $75 a pair can. It is definitely worth the price. I will not buy another brand again. I was sold on 5.11.

👤This is my second pair of pants. The crotch gave out in the first pair. The pants fit, that seemed a little fast. I thought I'd try it again. The second pair I bought was torn in the crotch by the middle of September. No good. I can't recommend them because of the high price and short life span.


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