2way Trek Pants Beige$530
Let's get one thing out of the way immediately; this will be a completely biased description of this garment on account of the writer's complete obsession with the nostalgia of a zip-off short/pant combination.
Guys... and wander did it. They won fashion.
Let's not waste time discussing whether zip-offs exist from many other brands, or whether they're actually that practical at all. Let's just agree that these are the greatest thing since sliced bread & that would have been really cool because slicing bread can be a total chore.
Dadcore fantasies aside there is some method to this madness especially when you're out in the wilderness where body temp & coverage are pretty important factors for both comfort & in some instances survival. Those potentially high pressure, low stamina moments are made easier with a super helpful coloured zip system that prevents any tech-chad owner from accidentally mixing out the side-specific leg sections.
As with all and wander trousers there are selected reflective stitches used throughout to aid with visibility within in the great outdoors.
ZGRAV stretch double weave fabric [water repellant]
Jersey inseam gusset & behind knee
Elastic waist with adjustable belt
2 mesh lined, expandable, zip front pockets
2 mesh lined, zip rear pockets
Colour coded zip-off system
Zippered side vents
Adjustable elastic cuffs
Reflective details & stitching throughout
Made in Japan
These have a straight, relaxed cut with regular length.
Japanese sizing, for approximate conversion see below:
3 = Small/30" | 4 = Medium/32" | 5 = Large/34"
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