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Timberledge Zip-Off Pants
We improved the fit of our rugged four-season men’s zip-off pants – with the same lightweight moisture-wicking fabric you already love and the features hikers rave about, including UPF 50+ coverage.
Size & Fit
- Standard Fit: Sits slightly below the natural waist and straight through the hip and thigh for a streamlined look.
- Pants inseams: Regular 32½", Short 30½", Tall 34½". Shorts inseams: Regular and Short 8½", Tall 9".
Fabric & Care
- Fast-drying 100% nylon pulls moisture away from skin to the outside fabric to evaporate.
- Machine wash and dry.
- Improved fit for better range of motion.
- Fabric provides sun protection of UPF 50+.
- Reinforced knees for added durability.
- Comfortable, brushed tricot mesh lining at waistband.
- Gusseted crotch and articulated knees allow you to bend and stretch with ease.
- Two front pockets, one with a hidden key-keeper clip, one with hidden security zippered pocket.
- Two back Velcro-closure pockets, one with zippered security pocket.
- Legs have hidden cinch closures and zippered openings for easy on/off.
- Outfitted with a rugged removable web belt with a newly improved rubber-coated low-profile buckle.
Timberledge Zip-Off Pants is rated out of 5 by 67.
Rated 4 out of 5 by tuffshed from Good but could be great I have 4 other pair of zip off pants. Most are designed for summer use only in that the fabric is very thin. These pants are of medium thickness, sufficient for cool but not cold weather. The pockets are adequate BUT the zipper pocket is just small enough so that it will NOT hold a standard wallet, even a smaller wallet. I suggest they make the fabric even thicker so that when used as pants it would be warm for cold mornings and when used as shorts they will be sturdy when scrambling and also make the zipper pocket bigger to carry a wallet, or better yet a passport then they will have a perfect 5
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by KentuckyMac from A Very Pleasant Surprise Although I'm a long time LL Bean customer, these were not my first choice for convertibles, however I have been pleasantly surprised. I "broke' them in on a four day backpacking trip in the Grand Canyon. The fit is comfortable and roomy, without being the ultra-relaxed fit of many hiking pants. the stitching was durable and the cloth was a good weight for the wide range in temperatures we encountered. The pant legs were a good length, easy to zip off and on and while I would have preferred a 7" inch short, the 8.5" of the Timberledge was a good compromise. the only negative is that in spite of the ankle zippers they were difficult to get off over my hiking boots. All in all, these are good hiking pants for a variety of trails and temperatures.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buzzdard from Best zip off pants These have more features than other zip off pants. I'm glad they brought back the 30" length, it helps keep them out of the dirt and wet grass. I love the snap at the bottom, as this allows me to open the bottom zipper for ventilation without having them flap. The bottom cinch strap keeps the cold out. I use these pants for everything; casual wear, golf, biking and hiking. They wash up easily and come out without wrinkles. They are very durable, as I've had some for 10 years.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by SkepticShopper from Solid backpacking pants These pants are great for backpacking - I just finished two trips totaling 11 trail days with them and still love them. The pants are solidly constructed. The back pockets are large and angled forward - you can fit a water bottle in either side - a really nice touch. The front right and back right pockets have smaller zipper pockets inside - good for safely locking up keys or your cash. The legs zip off and zip up to easily go over hiking boots. What's missing? OK - Nitpicking, but the pants could use: 1) Small zippered pockets on the left side as well as the right 2) Color coded zippers like Bean puts on some of their other pants 3) Center back belt loop - Either leave it off or make it wider so it doesn't press against your back when wearing a backpack. Great pants for hiking & backpacking - get them!
Date published: 2015-08-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by DRECharlotte from Great product, inseam length is a problem I would love to wear these hiking pants, but the 32-inch inseam just isn't going to work. In fact, after getting my current hiking pants all muddy because of a long inseam, I was looking for an alternative. These pants are great, but don't solve the inseam problem. You can close down the ankle, but then the pants bunch up ridiculously. And you can't hem these because of the complex bottom. So they just don't work for me. I will try the Cresta version, which has inseam sizes, better pockets, but not the expandable ankle area for removing boots.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Royaltimothyjoseph from Better than The North Face Paramount Peak Hello, I just got these timberledge and they're amazing! If anyone knows anything about Nylon pants usually the go to are North face paramount peak, but the problem with those is they're "baggy" these are wonderfully form fitting, but not tight or anything like that just perfect. I need pants for work because they require me to wear pants for uniform attire. I will be switching over all my pants to these babys. Really these are the best nylon pants out. I already recommended to a friend who wears NF nylon pants like me, and he's grabbing a pair. I'm just totally impressed with the "fit" and quality. Thank you guys again, really... I appreciate you all making great outdoors gear! Next on my list is the primaloft insulated long underwear :) can't wait!
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by MagicRat from Outstanding Hiking Pants!!! I Purchased These Hiking Pants (Actually BOTH Colors) So That I Could Wear Them On A Trek In The Grand Canyon. We Actually Completed Our Hike Down The South Kaibab Trail And Up The Bright Angel Trail All In The Same Day-14 Hours Total (Which Is NOT Recommended By The NPS). The Weather On The Trek Was Crazy…We Experienced Sunny Skies, Rain, Hail, Snow, Thunder & Lightning, Strong Winds And Then More Rain…All Before The ‘Tipoff’ (4.5 Miles Down The Canyon). These Pants TOTALLY Handled Each Element That Mother Nature Had In Store For Us…They Kept Me Warm In The 40 Degree Start Of The Hike…And Cool In The 70 Degrees At The Colorado River. I Would HIGHLY Recommend Them!!!
Date published: 2016-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chester509 from Very nice Just tried the pants on. Nicely done LL Bean. Short size matches my 29" inseam. It's a medium thick fabric that should hold up well and still provide good ventilation. Nice trim, front pockets a bit shallow, but I can live with it. Appreciate the zipper security pocket and elastic waist band. The key-on-a-rope in the front pocket was overthinking the design. A pair of scissors took care of that problem real quick. Yup, I'm happy with them. They look and feel great.
Date published: 2016-06-02