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Men's L.L.Bean Trail Pants
Item #: XQ296801
These hiking pants are guaranteed to show you the true comfort of technical fabrics on the trail, and we offer them at a great price.
Size & Fit
- Inseams: Short 29", Regular 31", Tall 33".
- Standard Fit: Sits lower on the waist and straight through the hip and thigh for a streamlined look.
Fabric & Care
- 100% nylon.
- Lightweight, ripstop nylon stands up to rugged wear.
- Wicks moisture, dries fast and offers UPF 50+ protection.
- Discreet elastic insets at the waist for a great fit and all-day comfort.
- Two hand pockets.
- Two cargo side pockets and two rear pockets with Velcro-closure flaps.
Men's L.L.Bean Trail Pants is rated out of 5 by 60.
Rated 5 out of 5 by have2hike from Easy, Breezy, Beautiful Mountain Man After ripping the green bag open with my teeth and picking the plastic out of my beard as I always do, I was struck by how lightweight these pants are. My initial thought: "No way these will keep my nether-regions warm." Well today was one of those "wintry-mix" kind of days, and these pants served me just fine. They're comfy, breathable and light. It's like you're not wearing anything at all! Disclaimer: Check that you're wearing them before going into public. I haven't gotten to wear these out on the trail yet, but I did bust out some sick roundhouses and they didn't succumb to the g-forces produced. The long and short of it is I like em, and I think you will too.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lifetimecustomer from Ripped I bought these pants for my 12.5-year-old son. They are very comfortable and roomy for running about. However, he fell once while walking on a local, well groomed flat trail in our town and the pant ripped in the knee. We had owned the pants for a week at that point. LLBean was good enough to replace. But then he tripped and fell in the gym and they ripped again. I was surprised that the pants were not more sturdy and durable. Pants are for easy light use only, not even sure they would make it through a local hike in the White Mountains or even heavy yard work. I will not buy again for my boys or husband.
Date published: 2019-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by jscott228 from Hiking pants Couldn't be more pleased. Wore 'em last weekend on a hike around Breakneck Pond. Starting temperatures were in the low 40's and finished in the high 50's. The pant performed as expected. Kept me just right all day. Zippered side pocket retained my keys and ID. Cargo pockets in the lower legs stored mittens, a hat, my compass and park map. Could probably wear this pant in cooler temps, say around 30 degrees and up into the 70's without changing over to shorts. Not for winter wear, at least for me. Although a light weight pant, the material seems durable.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brad from Excellent work pants My intent was to buy a new pair of work pants to do light construction and landscaping work in sunny and hot Southern California. I could not be happier with the pants. They are incredibly light, so light I thought they would rip easily. Fortunately, they do not rip easily and have not ripped while I have been constructing a shed. Additionally, the lightness allows the pants to breathe and I stay cooler in these pants than any other pants I have worn while working. I am also fair skinned and I can vouch for the UV protective properties of the pants, granted all pants should protect you from UV.
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by breezewood from Light weight and durable. I had purchased two pair of these a couple years back and was looking to get a third but was hesitant as they did not list anywhere in the description about the zipper pocket in the the front right waist pocket. But did buy another and happy to find that zip pocket still there. Which is a must as the velcro closers on the cargo pockets are far from secure so needed something better for car keys. After several years of wearing daily the original pair are holding up great. They are perfect for hot days, dry quickly and durable for hiking and working around the yard. Plus stylish enough for wearing out and about. The cargo pockets are true cargo pockets and not the "trendy" slim profile ones that hardly can hold a hanky. These would be 5 star pants if not for the weak velcro closers of the cargo pockets which would not secure items for a long hike where you could slip and fall.
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by DanTheeMan from Very baggy I'm a slim guy (5'10" and 150lbs) and the medium/regular fit of these pants, while fitting perfectly around the waist, are WAY too baggy in the legs for my taste . I would recommend the "Mountainside Pants" to any similarly framed guys who want some good hiking pants without looking like they stepped back into early 90's hip-hop fashion zone. On the plus side, these pants feel really comfortable, light weight, and seem well made, if you have a larger build they would make a great pair of hiking pants.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by WorldTravelerWhenICan from A Little Disappointed The pants aren't as comfortable as I hoped they would be. I think the main problem is that they sit lower on my waist than my other pants, e.g. LL Bean jeans. Also, I would prefer the pockets to be a little deeper. As is, they're barely adequate. I've found it's difficult to put my wallet in my back pocket using only one hand. I have to fight the velcro to insert it. I'll keep the pants, but I wouldn't buy a second pair.
Date published: 2019-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by breezewood from Almost Perfect They are durable, yet light weight. They dry fast and are comfortable. The only drawback is the cargo pockets having only a single velcro tab closure which is not very secure. **The two pair I bought earlier in 2016 have a nice zipper pocket in the front right pocket which is pretty secure. But I am not seeing this option on the current versions offered. Will not purchase a third pair if this option is not longer available as it was the only place I considered secure enough to carry my keys.**
Date published: 2016-10-21