ALLTA ALL SEASONS PANT
We wanted to create the lightest weight softshell which could be worn in any condition, one you’ll always pack in your gear bag. The epitome of comfort, mobility, and functionality. The Allta All Season Pant was designed to effortlessly move with you allowing you to navigate rugged terrains with ease. Striking the perfect balance between breathability and protection; wicking moisture, and simultaneously offering outer-shell wind and water resistance. Our innovative design makes this piece incredibly versatile, serving as an ideal outer-layer in cool to mild conditions or as a mid-layer to combat colder temps. The Allta All Season Pant is the go-to pant that adapts to all seasons and ever changing weather conditions.
For Best Results: Machine wash cold. Line or tumble dry low heat.
For Worst Results: Drag through puddle behind vehicle. Air dry on roof rack.
I usually wear med, but ordered large and they were too small. Had to send back for even larger size.
The fabric is so soft, comfortable, stretchy, and quiet! Would recommend order a size up to wear a thin baselayer but may want a belt as the waist seems to fit looser. Wore my Prois belt, problem solved! Great pants in the new Merge pattern.
These pants make me feel fantastic and I want to live in them! Very flattering and comfortable in a nice midweight fabric that I’m hoping will give me some abrasion resistance in the field. I wish these came in 100 different colors!
Evidently I don't have a typical woman's physic. My husband laughed when I put these on. For reference I purchased a size 6 regular in granite. I am 5'6", 125 lbs, 32" inseam, 37" hips, 26" natural waist and 30" around my hip bones where my pants sit. Typically a size 6 regular or 28x32 pant fits me super well with some room, but not too big. Rarely need a belt. I prefer my pants to have a tiny bit of room in the hip and thigh and prefer a straight leg. These look and fit great how I like until we get up to the hips. There is stretch and give to them, but they come in and are tighter, wearable, but definitely no room for a merino base layer, so they'll be reserved for days I don't need a bottom layer. Not upset by this, and typically one could return them and size up to allow room for a base layer. Where the rating drops for me is in the waist. For me, I have 3 inches of extra waist band (see photo). When I put a belt on it just bunches up uncomfortably. This means sizing up to an 8 to allow a roomier hip would mean four to five extra inches of waist band. I'll keep them in the size 6 and alter them, because I do like them otherwise. I'll use my sewing machine to take in the waist a couple of inches. No other size 6 in any brand of my pants do I have this much room in the waist and size 4 is too tight in the hips for how I like my pants to fit. Color is nice, fabric is great, length is perfect, build, style, everything else is great and well thought out. Once I remedy the waist I think they will perform well on hunts between 45 to 70 degrees. I love the Prois jackets and tops I've owned, just ordered more, but this is the third pair of pants I have tried and none have fit me quite right, so I'll have to stick with other brands in that department. Maybe Prois needs to offer a slim for us leaner gals? I don't know.
I wore these pants recently hiking in Colorado. They were absolutely amazing. The fit is so comfortable and the stretch is the perfect amount!