Craving for some adventure? Our popular Adventure Khakis is your passport to freedom, style, and comfort. Tipping the scale at a mere 10.3 oz. (almost half the weight of jeans), these lightweight khakis are made of rugged, abrasion-proof nylon fabric that will keep you dry in the rain, or cool in the heat. Classically tailored with a pleated front and two on-seam pockets, they have elastic at the sides of the waist for a great fit. These quick-drying and wrinkle-free trousers will allow you to leave the urban for the jungle in comfortable style and then, if you so desire, a return trip back into that urban jungle.
Reason For Being: Ultra-lightweight, ultra-packable, ultra-comfortable, and ultra-stylish. This is our simplest pant designed for the outdoors, travel, or the office.
Fabric: 2 ply, 3 ounce nylon makes these featherweight and breathable.
Fit: These pants generally fit slimmer than our other products.
Simplicity: Without any of the normal bells and whistles, these pants are stylish but also tough enough to be called RailRiders. You will find these more comfortable than your cotton Khakis and you might never wear slacks again.
I bought a couple of pairs of Adventure Khakis to try out for a trip. The lightweight fabric style and fit of these pants them apart from other travel pants on the market. I liked the khakis so much that I ordered a couple more pairs.
Reynaldo R., Gardena, Gardena
I hardly know port from starboard, but I do know good pants. Your Adventure Khakis have served me well on foreign travel, where weight and easy laundry are essential. I now have three pairs and think of them as essential as my passport
T. Wittenberg, Athens, GA
I loved these pants. Very comfortable and great for hand washing in a sink. Front pockets were deeper and more to my liking than Backcountry Khakis. Zippered security pocket is great.Only draw back - I wore them while flying. TSA required me to remove the belt. Removing and replacing through 3-4 inch loops was very tight. A friend commented that it looked like I was trying to thread the drawstring in an old pair of sweatpants. Very tedious when trying to catch a flight. I love the pants anyway - I just won't wear them again while flying.
Joel S., Rome, Rome