Fast and light.
KUHL's Avengr Pants are built for three seasons of lightweight exploration. Made with a high abrasion-resistant body, they perform best off-trail where the going gets rugged. Woven mesh wicking panels ensure breathability while you're on the move, and articulated knees maximize your mobility as you hike. These pants prove day-in and day-out that lightweight and durable are not mutually exclusive when it comes to technical pants.
- Lightweight, technical pants for shoulder season adventures
- High abrasion resistance for durability on rugged trails
- Mesh wicking panels for venting on the move
- Articulated knees for improved mobility while hiking
- Zippered cell phone pocket adds security on the move
- Q & A
Lounge pants that you can go out in
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 31/32
These pants are quite possibly the stretchiest clothing item I've ever put on. Must be made from the softest rubber bands ever. But seriously I love these pants because you can lounge around the house in them and you can also go out and look professional in them and no one would know how stretchy and comfortable they are. One feature I could do without is the zippers on the hand pockets but I'm over it. Oh and the waistband is stretchy so make sure to size true or maybe down one size because if the waist band is loose you might need a belt, and for lounge pants belts are a no-no
Perfect for cyclists!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 34 x 30
I’ve been looking for a great cycling pant for commuting and bikepacking for a looong time. I got the Avengr finally, and it’s even better than I hoped it would be. The waistband is a little high, beefy as hell, and somewhat elastic, meaning you can skip the belt, always good for cycling. The material is a four-way stretch with a really nice feel that moves with you while riding. Three zippered pockets so your stuff doesn’t fall out on the trails. A drawstring-adjustable hem to keep your pants out of your chain. Super breathable. And while I don’t think I’d wear them in a full-on downpour, they do great in a moderate rain. I have yet to have them soak through on me, and they dry so quickly it hardly matters anyway. I call them my “superpants”. Expensive but worth it, I’m thinking about a second pair.