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 have been living in the South of India since the last 4 years 8 above the equator where it's always hot and humid. I have worn Adventure Khakis every day. They never feel hot they wear like iron they dry out in 15 minutes and never need ironing. I highly recommend these pants
Larry S., Key West, Florida
The mens khaki adventure pants are great EXCEPT the size chart states that the large size has a 32 inch inseam. However the actual inseam(as verified by an attached tag) is 33. Depending on which shoes my husband takes on our trip we may have to have the pants altered
Mona Q., Huntsville, Alabama
What can I say that hasn't already been said All RR itemshave been " up to snuff ". The only minor thing has been the length of the pants ordered 32"length and several of the pants were quite a bit longer which I did receive a quick response to from you folks.Love the "stuff and the catalog is very easy to follow.As used to be said during WW II "Keep 'em flying" (Rev. John in Cincinnati.)
John K., Cincinnati, Ohio