The North Face Bishop Pant - Women's
When the slot canyon you're exploring gets too narrow for you to continue on its floor, take to the walls wearing The North Face Women's Bishop Pant. This simple pant offers ease of movement as you stem the walls thanks to a gusseted crotch, articulated knees, and slight stretch. The Bishop can also accommodate your vertical aspirations thanks to its harness-friendly design; but no matter what you're doing in it, you'll enjoy this pant's soft, breathable fabric and roll-up hem.
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Baggy Waist/Stomach area
July 20, 2012
These pants didn't work for my shape, with a baggy waist and stomach. If I sized down, I was afraid the thighs would be tight. Just too big in one area for me, so I had to return...
I am looking for outlet prices on ladies hiking pants. However I need them to fit at the waist. I am unable to wear hip huggers.
Do you have any?
April 6, 2013
May 25, 2012
I've always used The North Face hiking pants, so I know how well they can fit me. However, this Bishop pants have a weird cut in the front that can give you the "baggy" look on and around your crotch area, as well as a big gap on your back/waistline especially when bending down/over. I give it 1/5 because the fabric is nice and the petite length is functional. Regardless, the cut is so bad I will be returning them. Try these on at a retail store if you can before ordering online.
good pant runs big
February 17, 2012
seems like an awesome hiking pant but runs big so definitely size down