Columbia Men’s Silver Ridge Convertible Pant

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Amazon Price: N/A $58.95 (as of June 7, 2017 1:03 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

These durable, quick-wicking pants feature built-in sun protection and plentiful storage making them the perfect choice for active days in warm weather.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00AHLXHC0
  • Item model number: AJ8004-160-36-PARENT

Customer Reviews

Great all year pants

 on October 2, 2015
By blueskye
These pants are very lightweight, but durable. They wear so comfortably well. They material is light and stretchy. I like where the bottoms zip off. Usually zip off pants have the zippers below the knee, which when the bottoms are zipped off, means you’re almost wearing capris. Not a good look for a dude. These pants zip off just above the knee. They are perfect for autumn and spring backpacking trips, and I believe they would be great the other months of the year also. I’ll be wearing them even in the summer since they are so light and will give me mosquito protection in the summer without being too hot.

AWESOME PANTS FOR TRAVEL! QUICK DRY, LIGHT AND MULTI-PURPOSE.

 on December 7, 2016
By Kephas
This is my second pair of this pants. I first bought it on a size 32, but father time has been cruel! Anyways I wanted to get a larger size so I bought this again in a different color. I’ve never had issues with the pants and I love how it is easily convertible. It is a functional pant vs style. I once was made fun of by some teens when I was wearing these pants in Michigan, but no biggie for me.

3 year review from the desert of Qatar to the mountains of Appalachia

 on November 1, 2017
By C. Wallach
The pants have a relaxed waist, stretchable. I’ve hiked with them on 40 degree scouting trips through the Appalachia’s and also in 120 degree heat in the desert in Qatar. They are made of polyester, which naturally absorbs zero moisture vs cotton which absorbs 27 times its weight in water. That means they will dry very quickly. A couple hours out on a line will dry them effectively, or being worn after a rainstorm. Because they don’t absorb much moisture, they are surprisingly warm, and they do a decent job of blocking the wind. That wind resistance is what makes them OK to hike in fall/spring weather when the temperatures are in the upper 40s, lower 50s. You’ll want a thicker material if hiking in anything colder than that.

Nice pants, but bait and switch on the included belt

 on July 24, 2016
By RDH
Like these pants. They fit well, and dry very quickly when they get wet. Have great freedom of movement. My only complaint is that the belt that comes with them is not as pictured. I ordered a pair of the Silver Ridge shorts as well, and the nylon web belt is nice and sturdy. The belt that came on these convertible pants was thin and shiny, almost like a gros-grain ribbon. It does not look as good, nor does it feel as good as the heavier belt *that is pictured* on this page, and that comes on the shorts I got.

Great "safari" pants

 on December 12, 2017
By dfbjumps
Great product. This is my third pair of these pants in different colors. These pants are thin and a perfect choice for hot climates. My original pair has survived three years in Africa and the Middle East with no tears or excess wear. I don’t unzip the legs for the shorts option too frequently but it works. I like the side pocket zipper option and would prefer zips on both side pockets but that’s ok. The velcro holds on the other pocket.
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