Brandon’s KÜHL Take
Convertible Hiking Pants
First of all, these bad boys are durable. With features like built-in “scuff guards” to protect high-wear areas, I’m willing to bet they’re going to last a lot longer than my previous pair of convertibles. They have way more pockets than I’ll ever know what to do with (I counted nine), and the zipper system is actually pretty cool. Per the website, “Zippers disappear into zipper garages for silence”. I mean, zipper garages? That’s some creative marketing copy for sure, but I’ll bite: the zippers are well hidden.
Men’s Short Sleeve
Rachel’s KÜHL Take
Women’s Hiking Pants
Convertible pants were designed for goofball hikers like me.
Kühl’s Anika Convertible pants offered everything that I could want in a convertible pant. They fit fantastically in the rear, have plenty of stretch to the fabric, the zipper doesn’t restrict or cut into my thighs, and the bell on the lower part of the pant leg is big enough that I don’t *have* to take my hiking boots off to convert to shorts. The sage color is really lovely and has a very PNW vibe to it.
Note: We received product in exchange for this review. As always, all opinions and photos are our own.