Patagonia Men's Gi III Pants
In the lineup for several decades, in one form or another, the new Men's Patagonia Gi III Pants now feature rugged, lightweight 100% nylon taslan fabric with a durable water repellant (DWR) finish. They also provide UPF 50+ sun protection, dry quickly, and feel easy on the skin. Long a favorite for trekking, hiking, and river running, the pant also sports a low-profile elastic waist, with buckle closure, that fits beneath a harness. So now you can wear them climbing too. A gusseted crotch and regular fit allow for increased mobility, and non-binding range of motion, and they're available in several inseam lengths, so you're sure to get the right fit. Pockets aplenty, with polyester mesh for drainage, round out the obvious features of this versatile pant. Stay at the leading edge of comfort, in your new Gi III Pants for men from Patagonia.
- Material: 100% nylon taslan with DWR (durable water repellent) finish, 3.4 oz
- UPF 50+ sun protection
- Elasticized waistband with adjustable belt and separating buckle
- Zip fly with button closure
- Coin-safe, on-seam front pockets with polyester mesh for drainage
- Right rear drop-in zip pocket with polyester mesh for drainage
- Right thigh drop-in zip pocket with polyester mesh for drainage
- Gusseted crotch for increased mobility
- Fit: Regular
- Inseam: 34 in (size M)
- Weight: 9.9 oz, 280 g
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Reviews - Patagonia Men's Gi III Pants
My new favorite pants
I had to replace some older TNF and Exoficcio pants so I decide to try these. I love them. I thought I would miss the inner mesh from my Exo pants and I was concerned that this model didn't have it but they are still comfy. Just did the Grand Canyon down the seldom hiked Hermit Tail to the river and these pants were great! The built in belt is great too.
a good summer hiking pants
The pants is very light and thin. Thus it's only good for summer, early fall, and late spring season. For a 30"-31" waist, size M is perfect. However if your waist size is larger, you will need a larger size. The adjustable built in waist belt is very flimsy. I'm not sure if it's 100% effective, but luckily I don't need to use the belt. The back pocket and the thigh pocket have zipper, but they are small. In fact all the pockets are small. It's OK for a hiking pants, but if you need a pant with deep pockets for foreign travel, you will not like this pants for the two front pockets do not have zipper, are very small and shallow. I suspect that things will be accidentally drop out when sitting down, although it has not yet happened so far because I avoided using them. The pant fabric is very thin. I have a grey dark color pants and it provides better privacy protection. I think the khaki color pants can be easily see through when it's wet.
change is... different
As a big fan of the Gi II in its various forms, I was curious about these. Overall the waist and length have the same proper fit as described but the legs are cut more slimly now. They are not at all baggy in the waist or seat which is neiher good nor bad, just different. They are not so slim as to restrict movement, just slimmer. Also it feels like the material is thinner and may be more readily torn than the predecessor. All other details seem unchanged.