Designed for trekking and trouting, the hybrid Cruiser Pant is equally stealth in the urban landscape. Our performance fabric is 4-way stretch, UPF 40+ (97.5% UV blockage), DWR (Durable Water Repellant), quick-dry, lightweight and packable. Low-profile zippered cargo pocket. Articulated knees. Diamond-shaped action gusset. "Mudflap"reinforced heel cuffs with snap adjust. Imported. 91% nylon/9% spandex. Relaxed fit. Also available in a Short (#499).
- 6.2oz 91% nylon, 9% spandex
- DWR, quick-dry, wicking, packable & easy care
- UPF 40+ (97.5% UV blockage)
- Signature MK angled hand pockets
- Drop pockets on back with hook & loop closure
- Inseam action gusset
- Low-profile cargo pocket with zip closure on right thigh
- Articulated knees
- "Mudflap"reinforced heel cuffs with snap adjust
- catalog reference #: 500
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Great casual pant for everything.
I had purchased a single pair black 33 W a few months ago and wore them a lot in cold weather and really liked the look and performance. I am a retired guy and do a lot of walking and routinely uses the T in Boston. I play a lot of tennis and one day this winter the temperature on inside courts at DHAC was mid 50s. I ended up doing tennis drills at a clinic for over 2 hours wearing these pants. If it is cold I now routinely play tennis in them. Fit - please be aware that the waist does not loosen in these pants as you wear them. The 33W was slightly tight for me so I recently purchased 2 pair of 34W now I have 3 awesome pants for the summer.GetReal | June 14, 2018
Go to pants for adventuring
If you are looking for a pant for the outdoors that you can also wear around town, these pants are for you. I have worn them mostly for rock climbing and traveling so far, and their packability is a huge plus. I was recently on a family trip to India and I brought these pants along. I had forgotten to bring nice pants for a family dinner, but the Cruisers look pretty good, so I just wore them out to dinner. No one even noticed, and I was cooler than everyone else in the India heat! Look forward to climb some more routes and mountains in the pants in the spring!Vijay Singh | December 24, 2017