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- DURABLE HYPERSHELL FABRIC: We make our mens hiking trousers from high-quality fabrics and test them in real-life conditions to make sure they’ll hold up over time. That means you’ll be able to enjoy your Revolution Race RVRC GP Trousers for years to come.
- PRACTICAL POCKETS: Seven pockets, including a phone pocket in mesh, keep your personal items organized while you’re on the go. Two knee pockets fit knee pads for climbing and other activities that call for extra protection.
- Fabric 1: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton; Fabric 2: 88% Polyamide, 12% Elastane
- Fastening: Zipper
- ELASTIC LEG OPENINGS: These hiking trousers for men have elastic leg openings with velcro closure to keep the mens trousers in place and prevent dirt and debris from getting into your boots.
- Package Dimensions : 37.6 x 33.9 x 7.3 cm; 540 Grams
- Date First Available : 13 Aug. 2020
- Manufacturer : RevolutionRace
- ASIN : B08FST7LTJ
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
Hiking trousers, functional trousers or softshell trousers? With our innovative RevolutionRace RVRC GP Trousers you get all in one hybrid garment. These bestselling hiking trousers mens are made of PFC-free Hypershell fabric combined with stretch panels in the front, on the inside of the legs and the back of the knees. The robust Hypershell sections are lightly wind repellent and water repellent and can be treated with heat wax to stand up against heavier rain. The strategically placed stretch panels help prevent chafing and the back of the waist is elastic for an enhanced fit. The inseam is reinforced with extra strong thread, keeping these versatile mens trousers from tearing even during heavy use. The leg closings are adjustable with velcro. RVRC GP Trousers are equipped with seven pockets for practical storage when you’re on the go. Two knee pockets for knee pads and extra-long belt loops for carabiners in the front make RVRC GP Pants a top choice among climbers and other hardcore adventurers, but they work just as well for more laid-back hiking pursuits. Whatever your outdoor passion is, you can’t go wrong with these high-quality outdoor trousers. Hiking for men at its best! Can be used as walking trousers, perfect for exploring.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 May 2022
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I've just got back from a week of van camping around Iceland in winter which served as a great test of the RVRC GP's features. I wore these trousers with a pair of thermals underneath for 7 days except when sleeping, the lowest temperature was -16.
Whether hiking through deep snow, scrambling over glaciers or being stood in high winds these did the job without hesitation. I remained dry and warm throughout and enjoyed how hard-wearing the fabric is but with enough stretch in key areas to enable kneeling, climbing - also sitting in cafes sipping coffee. I was never caught in rain - but heavy snow and the odd slip into a fjord dried off very quickly. I like the elasticated hem on the legs which I could pull down over my boots - it kept out 95% of snow. Next time i'll wear gaiters but i'd do that regardless.
Thigh pockets are a good size for a beanie or pair of winter gloves and the variety of colours makes this brand stand out or contrast well with your other layers.
I was quite skeptical of the RVRC seemingly insta-savvy, flashy marketing and have usually owned Montane or other 'traditional' outdoor brands. I have been very pleasantly surprised and look forward to my other pairs arriving in due course to try out around the UK. Well worth the money in my opinion!
By the way you can google 10% off to use on the RVRC website (this is what I did) and they've since emailed out 25% off for valentine's so worth shopping around as the colour ways on Amazon are a little limited. Hope this helps :)
They fit. They stretch a little but they're tight in the thighs. Quite tight around the ankles and impossible to get over boots or trainers.
Whilst the velcro closures around the ankles are nice, I cannot see myself ever using them because they're already tight.
The zips are good. The main button is metal and similar to that of standard jeans.
The colours are strong with an attractive colour scheme.
Belt loops are of good strength having saved me from going head first into a lake while helping my dog out of the water. My wife used the big central loop to pull me back and it held.
Would I spend the same amount for the same trousers? Probably not, I'd say they're £10 too expensive for what they are. Berghaus or north face trousers are better quality and fit in my opinion so it's a 3 out of 5 from me.
A good range of pockets too.
Occasionally they reduce the price by €20, so if they are close to €100 and you can wait, its best to!
Not sure what all the fuss is about on leg length, but I am a fairly average 32" and the length is fine. They are long, but if you climb, it means they won't expose your ankle, and that would be something I would complain about. And I'm not sure why you would want to put your boots on before the trousers, but no, you can't do that, nor would I want to, these aren't over-trousers.
So 10/10 for comfort, practicality, endurance and size.
(I hover between 32" and 34" waist so the small amount of elastication on the back is ideal for me. I bought size Large)
I am 5ft 9in (10st 10lb) but these came down over my toes and when you wore them with boots or shoes ruffled up and looked ridiculous.
Shame as I love the design and quality of the product, I would love to buy more but at £80 a pair, I am reluctant until they can nail down the sizing to tally up with the fits.