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.
First order from Rail Riders. Looked for some lightweight travel pants for an upcoming trip. Order arrived quickly. I have a 32" waist and ordered the Small/ 32" inseam. Waist is perfect. Still has some room to stretch. Think these will work perfect for what I need.Fit is good (see note below regarding waist). I especially like that they are not tight in the thigh area. I don't have relatively small thighs but most pants that fit my waist seem too tight in the legs.
Mike ., Escondido, California
Nice lightweight travel pants. Wellmade and sturdy. Wear anywhere.
Doug T., Port Hueneme, California
I love these pants having worn them for years and have traveled with them to over 100 countries. They are durable lightweight resistant to light rain look good and plenty of excellent pockets. My only wish is that they have this long belt loop in the back which I wish was not so long. Some airport security make you take the best off and it is difficult to get the belt again through that long loop. Other than that minor annoyance i don't bother with e plastic/fabric belt just use a leather belt now and take it off at all airport security. I use them as well as when I am knocking around my Brooklyn neighborhood. When it is too cold I just base layer as I am good to go.
John ., Brooklyn, New York