For all the fans of our famous Jammin’ Shorts, let us introduce the NEW Jammin’ Pant. Same amazing fabric as the shorts but with a little extra... stretch. Yes, stretch built into the fabric so you can truly jam all fall and winter. The nylon-spandex fabric is soft to the touch and tough as nails and moves with ease with your body. Add deep front pockets, and two well-placed, low-profile side thigh pockets with a hidden slot behind for your super smart phone and this pant wins the participation trophy. Our trademarked side security pocket, elastic at sides of waist and removable belt close out the features of this must have pant. These trousers (as they say in the UK) will sell out fast, don’t hesitate.
I've been wearing the new Railriders Jammin pants now for about four months now. I've worn them on 30 hour international travel days and for quick errands around town. They excel in all conditions. The mechanical stretch built into these pants makes them supremely comfortable. Simply put they never seem to bind especially in um sensitive areas. The stretch is what makes these pants a standout in my mind. These are seriously all-day comfortable.They are ideal for travel. Of course the pockets are brilliant and I've been a super fan of the RR cargo pockets that open from the front ever since I bought my first pair of VersaTac pants over a decade ago. Being able to access your gear while seated especially on long flights is just the best thing ever in travel pants. The large open pocket behind the cargo pocket on each side of the pants are just as revolutionary and functional. I can fit my Bose QC-35 headphones inside the pocket and a very large bottle of water in the other. You wouldn't want to sit like this for long but the option is nice while you're boarding the plane and storing your gear. As others have mentioned they are a bit heavier than other RR pants yet I haven't found them to be overly hot. They breathe pretty well though in fairness I haven't been in summer temps yet. I traveled with these through the Middle East but it was December so the temps never got out of the 90 range. I'll update this review when summer comes.The material has a nice texture to it and they look very nice in person. I wore these to nicer restaurants and had no raised eyebrows nor ever felt under-dressed. They also drape nice and don't show wrinkles (no matter how long you sleep in them on the plane) so you always look sharp. Gunmetal is an interesting color. It's mostly gray but it does have a hint of earth tone in it so it goes well with just about everything and doesn't seem to show dirt. Again perfect for those of us who travel light. If you can only take one pair of pants with you these are it.
Jon ., San Antonio, Texas
I have one pair in each color. They have just a little more weight to them but they are not heavy. My only request is that RR should add more colors.
Paul S., Nevada City, California
I ordered one pair of Jammin Pants and after wearing them ordered a second pair in the only other color. These are well-made pants...double seams with excellent stitching...zippers are robust...some stretch in the body of the pants accommodates extreme body positions...a hefty material that is not quite as thick as jeans but heavier than lightweight pants which will be great for cooler weather. Size is pretty accurate to the sizing chart provided by RailRiders. There are plenty of pockets...I was dubious about putting my plus-sized phone in the open pocket on the leg but it stays in there whether I am sitting down or moving around and it is super easy to get to the phone...the zippered security pocket is a must for something like a passport. I was surprised that the style of the pant allows the pant to be worn in other than outdoor active-type settings...a good look which makes it a versatile addition to my wardrobe. Would like to see another color added to the line.
Charles L., Springfield, Missouri