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Blurr Hellion Pant - Women's - 2007 BCS
Count on the durable, lightweight Blurr Women's Helion Pants for backcountry bouldering, multi-pitch trad routes, and long nights of partying. Nylon construction helps the Helion Pants dry quickly if you get caught in the rain or someone spills their keg cup. Blurr added a gusseted crotch to help you high-step a sketchy topout or tear up the dance floor.
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October 19, 2010
I have so much trouble finding pants that are comfortable, durable, and fit well. These are low on the waist, but a cleverly hidden built in belt lets me cinch the waist for a custom fit. And the best part is--they stay put when sitting down. No plumber butt!!!
August 15, 2007
I got these and they ran a bit large on the size. I returned them and need to buy them in the next size down. but they were really comfortable, really durable feeling. Very stretch and movable for how durable they felt. They had goos length in the legs and they fit well with my harness on. I recommend these for climbing, you can drag your legs and butt up the rock and not tear these up!
Help! I saw a woman wearing a pair of baby-blue stretch Capris
Help! I saw a woman wearing a pair of baby-blue stretch Capris with a Tartan or Glen plaid stretch waistband. They had nice gear pockets (?) and looked like the "ironclad" performance/compression pants I am seeking. Anybody seen these pants and know the brand?
July 25, 2008
May 26, 2009
They do run large normally a 10, ordered an 8. The pants are very low waisted, but comfortable.
not good for tall and thin ones
February 10, 2009
I'm tall and thin. I read the reviews about these pants running big, so I got a size 6, one size smaller than normal. I saw the inseam being 30", but being a climbing pant, I thought I'd try it anyway. When I got them the waist was still too big, and the pants way, too short. These are not made for the tall girls.
Worth the price, but sized really large
January 2, 2009
These pants are very comfy. They sit low on the waist and have a good fit for my curvy figure. The material is rugged, light and stretchy. The sizing really is enormous. I normally wear a size 10 or 12 in other brands, and was skeptical about getting these in size 8--but they fit perfectly.
Good looking pants-be sure to get a size smaller!
February 29, 2008
I second the other review that the pants run quite large...I also had to return mine for a size smaller. (I am usually a 10, an 8 in these has plenty of room for me). They work fine with a harness as well as bouldering, as long as you don't mind a lower cut waist than other "workout" pants. I haven't really abused mine yet though as they are stylish and I hate to tear them up too badly!
Great Pants... read the reviews
May 26, 2009
I really like these pants... some of the first "tec" pants that have actually fit well and looked good. I like to wear pants low on the hip-- so keep that in mind if you do not.
Size one down-- they run large.
February 20, 2009
These pants are extremely comfortable. I'm 5'2" and 123 lbs and the 4 fit me perfectly (I usually wear women's 6). They're durable and transition. I wear them a lot for hiking and outdoor activities, but they really do look cute for going out as well.