Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. Wearing ease alters depending on style and fabric.
Bust: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.
Sleeve: With elbow bent, measure from centre back of neck (at C7 vertebra) to elbow and down to prominent outside wrist bone.
Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).
Hips: Stand with feet together and measure largest circumference at hips.
Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.
Hard wearing and fast drying the Adventure Light pants are one of our best sellers. Lightweight yet extremely durable they are ideal for bushwalking or travel off the beaten track. Made from hardwearing, easy-care Supplex nylon with a soft cotton-like feel they dry fast and are the perfect pant for any walk, from the Overland Track to the mud bath of the Kokoda Trail.
Supplex® is a durable Nylon fabric with a texture and aesthetic quality that closely mimics the soft and comfortable feel of cotton. Supplex® performance fabrics are hard wearing, UV stable and colour fast. With fast wicking and drying performance of Supplex ensures a high level of comfort. Resistance to shrinkage and creasing makes for easy care and maintenance.
This is my second pair of these pants, which are a good combination of light and tough. Suitable for summer conditions as well as quick-drying in winter. The last pair endured approximately a year of very challenging off-track hiking & bouldering before failing, which is more than I can say for any other hiking pants that I've tried; I suspect they'd last years if I was track hiking. The only improvements I'd suggest are a reinforced seat, and backwards-closing zips. The old pair suffered catastrophic rear failure on their last hike - they'd had damage to the seat for a while, thanks to very tough use, and I had been wearing bike shorts underneath for some time in anticipation of further tearing! The backwards-opening front pocket zips tend to get caught and unzipped by sticks when hiking off-track!