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Ms Strider Pro Pants

3.83
February 15, 2021

Protects from windchill

Very handy layer for protection from windchill, which spends most of its time in my Slope Runner race vest. But very welcome when about to climb onto an exposed ridge, summit or plateau. They’re ok to pull on and off over trail running shoes. And I’ve worn comfortably over winter running tights and shorts. They’re nice and breathable so a much mor... Read Moree pleasant over-trouser for mainly cold and dry conditions than a waterproof layer. They easily cope with light drizzle and misty conditions. Not used in really wet conditions but I’d prefer to take less breathable waterproof trousers for use in cold and wet UK mountain conditions. I keep wondering whether I’ll rip a popper from the light material when pulling them apart at the ankle, but so far so good. Only one slight niggle. I’ve never been great at tying drawcords, especially when your hands get cold and fingers start to go numb. And tying a bow with gloves on seems impossible. So I might try adding a a plastic cord gripper to the waist drawcords. It would just make it easier and more efficient for taking them on and off and those inevitable calls of nature. Overall, comfy to run in and a welcome layering piece to keep the chill off.

December 7, 2020

Light in weight

I bought this product for my husband and he absolutely loves it. The fabric, fit and lightness were the selling points.

December 2, 2020

Super light, just right

These are perfect pants for long runs in the mountains where you just need a bit of extra warmth and wind resistance, but also need to be able to take them off and stow them in a small running pack easily and quickly. I've only used them a couple times but so far they are perfect. The airshed material is just the right combo of light, stretchy... Read More, and breathable with some wind resistance. It's a thin and light fabric but seems like it should be pretty durable with proper care. The snaps on the legs make it relatively easy to get on and off over trail running shoes. They pack down to the size of a small orange and are so light there is no reason not to bring them.

November 10, 2020

Missing the Strider Pro

I was hoping these Strider Pro Pants would match the effectiveness of my three Strider Pro shorts. No. The thing that sets the Strider Pro apart from other shorts are the highly functional pockets. These pants are missing all of those. Strider-less Pants.

August 19, 2020

doesn't bind, not even on steep uphills

Often I start early morning mountain ascents wearing hiking shorts or pants over running shorts. Nearly always I soon remove the shorts or pants as they start to feel too restrictive and warm. So I was surprised to find myself at the summit on several recent hikes still wearing the Strider Pro. They were comfortable the entire time without calling ... Read Moreattention to themselves. The only downside is that when I looked at the seat of the pants after two days of use I noticed several holes. Apparantly the fabric will not tolerate sitting on rocks or gravel.

June 21, 2020

Finally! An UL shell thats not clammy!

As the model admits in the video for this piece, summer weight bottom layers spend a lot of time in your pack if you even take them along. But when you need them, you need them fast. Problem is, most shells feel icky next to your skin in hot weather. For the first time, Patagonia gives us a next to skin bottom layer thats so light and soft, so quie... Read Moret and breathable, Im happy to pull it on. Which means Ill actually take it with me. The snaps are a useful and elegant detail. Pulling on over shoes is no problem. My 32 inseam, and long history with Patagonias ever-changing sizing for women, means I bought a mens medium for a portage trip where Ill be paddling, hiking in water shoes, and living in camp with this piece. Anglers might also consider them next to skin beneath waders or 3L rain pants to ward off clamminess. The label says slim fit. Believe it! This piece has been specifically designed as part of a mountain trail running kit that includes form fitting shorts. The assumption is, youll never sit down in the Strider Pros. Everyone else: caveat! For everything but trail running, consider sizing up. Gusseted crotch or even an inner leg panel could improve next years modeland serve the foundation for a pair of dual-fabric winter mountain biking tights like the ones I rarely took off last winter.

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