- Pockets with zip fastening
- Elasticated waist at sides
- 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
- Fastening: Zipper
- Kiwi Conv Trs
- CMJ107R 800030
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- Product Dimensions : 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm; 4.54 Grams
- Date First Available : 16 Aug. 2012
- Manufacturer : Craghoppers
- Item model number : CMJ107R 800030
- ASIN : B005MYMLMY
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
These men's Kiwi convertible trousers are hiking pants from Craghoppers. When space is at a high-end, it makes ideal sense to pack clothes that will perform more than one function. Offers comfortable, sun-protective and water-repellent performance in short and long formats.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 July 2020
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However recently it seems that quality standards are falling. In particular I've had quite a number of zips fail on me, particularly on the side hip pockets. This is the main reason I end up demoting a pair to DIY or similar as usually the rest of the pair is is decent condition.
I am VERY PLEASED with them. Mine fit perfectly at waist and leg length.
Easy to wear with long johns underneath on cold days as they are relaxed-roomy
fit which is just how I like my trousers. Lots of zip pockets and zip off legs
which is why I chose them in the first place. Comfy and functional.
I'm impressed enough to have ordered another 3 pairs plus 5 shirts and
some mosquito repellant socks as well! If I could suggest future improvements to
this Kiwi Convertible design I would like to see;
Velcro ankle cuffs. I hate it when trousers flap about in the wind
and its also a useful feature for heat conservation if it gets cold suddenly.
Better quality zips.
Cargo pockets on both sides of the legs, one of which could be fully waterproof.
The fabric is a bit thin. I would suggest adding nylon and elastane to make them more
durable and stretchy. Plus the butt could do with extra reinforcing material.
Obviously these improvements would drive production costs up but I for one would certainly
be willing to pay more to see these improvements incorporated into this designs present
One more thing if any Craghoppers personnel are reading this. Hire a decent web designer.
Your website is so badly designed and unresponsive its a seriously off-putting end user
experience and a negative endorsement of your brand that will cost you customers. Its also
the reason why I ordered your goods through amazon instead and its only because I'm doggedly persistent
that I made the extra effort. Most people however are not so inclined and will 'switch off' so please take
note and fix the website or prepare to lose custom because of it. It would be a real shame to see you nosedive
for it. Improve your website and your product and you'll enlarge your reputation, your consumer base and hopefully make great and useful clothing for years to come.
More pockets than you'd believe. Four hip pockets (two of which are zipped - one on each side). A thigh pocket with velcro fastening (boo) but the side pocket has its own second pocket which though smaller is zipped. The main thigh pocket also has an elastic mobile phone pocket. Finally there's two 'bum pockets' both with zips.
So that's five zipped pockets and somewhere to put your mobile phone. The zips are a little flimsy and some care has to be taken to avoid them snagging but rarely a problem.
The velcro will no doubt rip, get fluffy then fail but at least it's just the one pocket and replacing it with a popper isn't a difficult or expensive job (you can get the kit for that here on Amazon).
So slightly more robust zips, and a popper instead of velcro and this would get five stars. Even so after originally buying two I've bought another four while stocks last.
My new black Kiwi Zip-offs arrived today.
First impressions are pretty good soI've order another pair.
Craghopperes seemed to have responded to negative feedback about their re-designs of these trousers.
The pockets all have similar internal dimensions to my old pairs of Kiwi from almost a decade ago.
The elasticated pocket inside the leg pocket is actually bigger that before and it now accommodates my iPhone6s Plus!
This new buckle is a return to the type where you have to squeeze from both the top and bottom, and the belt fabric itself is now much longer than before. The plastic buckle parts now slide out of the waist loops much easier than before, so that's all good if you want to hang things on your belt.
The removable legs no longer have the left and right labels. The zip seemed a little less well made than my old pairs and I had trouble getting the zip started.
I only wish that the point where you have to start zipping up the trousers wasn't so far round to the side of the leg, 30-45 degrees further round to the front would be great and shouldn't compromise the look too much?