Rated 2 out of 5 by NOLAreviewer Fabric problem
I ordered these pants to wear around town on hot & humid days, and I took 4 pairs on vacation to Europe. They have a flattering fit, and they are light and fast-drying. BUT -- they are already pilling badly and looking worn out. I'm disappointed.
July 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LCAllen Excellent fit and look
I first purchased a Regular length and hemmed them to fit. So much easier buying the Petite version. I just wished my local store in Burlington , MA carried more petites. I am 5'3" and bought the 14. The waist and hips fit just fine. Also they are cut with a slightly low rise so the waist isn't up around my armpits. Thank you!
As other reviewers have stated the fabric doesn't seem real sturdy. I can live with the slight pilling to wear them this summer and then for a trip to the tropics. They wash and dry very easily.
I bought the charcoal and like the color.
July 20, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Beanfan7658 comfortable, lightweight, but not great quality
Ive only worn mine a few times because immediately the knees begin to show signs of wear and after just a couple times of sitting on the floor, the fabric at the knees stretched out and now permanently just sticks out. It looks extremely odd when im walking in them. not only that but they look worn also. not what i expected from a bean purchase and not worth the price paid.
other then that: super lightweight, fast drying and fairly comfortable.
July 6, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bent4bubbles Almost perfect
The petite fit great! My only complaint is I just wore them hiking and the water bottle on my waist belt bounced up and down and pilled the side of the pants. They are more delicate than I thought. But great for hot hikes so I'll deal.
July 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by alnj3 Trekking pants
Love the pants! They run a little bigger around the waist, but otherwise perfect!
July 1, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by MeganJean not tough enough
I like these pants. They are comfortable, fit well, have functional pockets and are the weight I want for the summer. They dry quickly and clean up easily (I washed them in a campground shower and they were just fine after air drying on my tent).
But like most outdoor apparel for women, they are not made for field work. I volunteer for the National Park Service and spend a fair bit of my volunteer time in rough terrain (hiking off trail, climbing over rocks, scrambling through chaparral, etc.). I keep trying different brands of lightweight field pants (helpful when temps get over about 90F) and I manage to tear them up pretty quickly. These were no exception. I ran into a branch and tore a hole in the knee. Bummer!
So if you want a pair of pants that will function well in many different situations, these are a good candidate. But if you do serious field work, keep looking. I really hope that someone comes up with a product that meets the needs of women who work in the field (plenty of pocket space, durable construction, lightweight fabric -- is this a pipe dream?). If someone makes it, I'll buy in bulk!
June 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kissy Great fit
I love them. Will be purchasing another pair in the future.
They are very comfy.
June 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by tishj51 Looove!
These pants are so comfortable. I love the material. They fit perfectly and are so light and airy.
June 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1Montana Perfect
These pants are just the thing for those hot weather days. The fit is very good, easy care. Only problem is that they need to come in more colors.
June 29, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by LostDog Not quite
I bought these for hiking. The material is a nice, light weight material good for hot weather activities, they were very comfortable, and Size 8 petite fit well (I'm 5'3", 132 lbs), but I didn't like the wide bottoms. Didn't look flattering on me and as I have to worry about ticks crawling up my legs, I want narrower bottom hems. Returned them and ordered the Bean Comfort Trail Pants instead. I like the pair that I have and the fact I can narrow the bottom of the pants with the draw cord.
June 25, 2016