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Wore them in France in winter for walking. Comfortable and hard wearing.
Great lightweight trousers, usual Decathlon quality (brilliant). Loads of wee features, a loop to keep the ankles down on your boots, an enclosed belt, deep map pockets. Will buy again.
I was assisted by two sales assistant who pumped up a football for me. The shopping experience was positive. However, I was stopped by a security at the entrance, after having paid for the goods, which didn’t make me feel very good. I’m not sure if I’ll go to shop at the Ealing store agin...
Used this trousers on multiple trips in the Scottish Hills. For cold days teamed them with merino long johns. Work well against showers but need waterproofs for prolonged rain. Really appreciate the thigh pockets for compass and folded mini-map. Love the hook, keeps the mud and snow off the top the boots. Excellent quality for the price point.
They're overall fantastic trousers. Comfy, stretchy, and their unlined so although they're warmer than others, they're not too hot.
However, for some reason, there is a large exterior seam on the front of the trousers (the rest are internal), and the stitching is fraying already after just a weekend of use.
If these will be used purely for walking, they'll serve you well, but if you're going over varied terrain or scrambling, I'd be concerned as to how durable this seam would be.
Great trousers otherwise.
Great quality for the money.
I chose these trousers as I struggle to get trousers that fit my thin legs and feel comfortable, these are perfect.
Great trousers, good stretch fit and water repellent. Pay the extra and buy these
I could have got the Forclaz 500 stretch trousers for hiking, and saved 20 quid. However I was drawn to these for some reason. So glad I did though.
Pockets are well situated for GPS, wrappers off my snack bars etc. while not letting things dig into my legs - probably the stretch helps, they are VERY stretchy.
They are a slim fit, and to me this makes them warmer - no draughts - plus less mud working its way up from the ankles as they rub less on each others legs.
I tighten the ankle cord, and clip the bottom hook tight down my laces and as mentioned re mud, quite often it obviates the need for gaiters - unless it's very muddy and wet.
Quite windproof, not often I've put on long johns as it gets colder. They take a while to wet out in the rain, dry very quick and are comfortable even when wet - so I resist over trousers for longer than I normally would. I'm in my 50's and walked for a loooong time. These are the best walking trousers I've ever had.
These are pretty usable pants. Mainly because of the elastic and synthetic fibres, which give good freedom of movement, yet a tight fit, a light weight, and quick drying.
Other good details are: reinforcement of bottom and knees, zippers on pockets, side pockets, practical colour, well working belt.
But as are experienced earlier, Decathlon over elaborated on cleverly intended, but not so useful, or not even clever details. I hope they will read this and improve. Though this is a long list, it does not make them bad pants.
- Cinch cords and zippers on ankles. And oh yes, those 'clever' hooks. I will probably never use them, and may remove them as far as possible. For now they just add weight and cost.
- Diagonal side pockets. Not so clever for longer rigid objects, as those cannot lie flat on the leg.
- Side pocket are too small anyway, and I can barely get my hands through the openings!
- Strange combination of sleeves and double loops for the belt. The loops are mostly useless, while their double character makes it likely to get things entangled (like with carabiners by the climber I am). I may cut most of them off. The sleeves are comfortable, but make it impossible to (temporarily) remove the belt, or really tuck away the end, though the added elastic band helps for the latter.
- Mesh in the upper pockets. I really urge makers to NEVER do that. It is likely to get things stuck in, get holes, and lose contents.
- Combination of popper button and velcro. Hmm, maybe. But no, the velcro likely gets entangled in some fabric if it is not shut, like on a thermo shirt. A simple hook often works best, maybe in combination with a popper.
Good lucks guys. Still nice pants for a very affordable price.