Women's DuluthFlex Dry on the Fly Convertible Pants

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Women's DuluthFlex Dry on the Fly Convertible Pants
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Women's DuluthFlex Dry on the Fly Convertible Pants feel light and fresh, resist rips and go from drenched to dry in minutes. The perfect lightweight work pants!

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4.6

(based on 190 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (131)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (43)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (52)
  • Lightweight (19)
  • Great fit (11)
  • Dries quickly (7)
  • Light weight (7)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hiking (25)
    • Travel (23)
    • Gardening (15)
    • Work (11)
    • Casual dresser (9)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (178), Yes (3)

    Reviewed by 190 customers

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    4.0

    Comfortable in the summer heat

    By The computer lady

    from North Texas

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Cool
    • Flexible
    • Non-clingy In Heat

    Cons

    • Limited color choices
    • Low Front Rise
    • LOW RISE
    • Pocket Pooch
    • Weird Sheen On Heathers

    Best Uses

    • Active Work In The Heat

    I bought a khaki pair of these because i have to work in a minimally - ACed environment in the summer in TX and cotton jeans are miserably hot and clingy in the heat. They were so comfortable that I bought another pair in Navy heather and quit wearing jeans for the rest of the summer. I can squat, bend, and climb in complete comfort in these pants. I would have bought more, but they are a bit pricey for me.

    I bought a 31 inseam in the khaki although i usually wear a 32 in jeans so they'll bunch a little at the ankle. The 31 is OK standing, but a little shorter than i like sitting, so i got 33 inseam for the second pair. 33 is a little long standing, good sitting. A 32 would be nice.

    They fit my "apple" shaped body better than most women's pants, but i'd prefer the front rise a little higher; same height as the back. My belt tends to ride up above the front waistband. Also, the front pockets are not anchored to the fly so that they "pooch" on those of us with a little tummy. It would be nice if the front pockets were deeper. I'm willing to let the cosmetic things go since they're covered with an over shirt and no one sees and the pants are so darn comfortable.

    The Navy heather color has a kind of an unpleasant fake plastic denim look to it, almost iridescent. In the pictures it looked solid, so beware the heathers. I would love them in a solid light navy. And a light gray.

    Despite the minor problems, they are my go-to summer pants.

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    4.0

    Love the quality of workmanship

    By Garden Kat

    from Long Island, NY

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

          I'm so disappointed. I love the pant but the legs are 4" too long for me. If I shorten them they lose the rollup feature. Based on other reviews I was looking forward to owning these pants. I hope some day Duluth will offer petite sizes/lengths. I had to return them.

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          5.0

          Wonderful pants

          By Maine_gal_213

          from Maine

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • Flexible
          • Lightweight
          • Quality
          • Stylish
          • Work

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Hiking
            • Kayaking
            • Summer
            • Work

            These are one of the best summer pants I have ever owned. I love them and highly recommend them.

            They are a bit lighter weight than than the same model in olive green -- which actually worked out fine, because you can wear them in hotter weather and be perfectly comfortable. (Tho I wore my olive green pants all summer too and they were also fine.)

            Even better than shorts when kayaking/canoeing/hiking -- no need for sunscreen.

            They fit true to size and look good. Plus incredibly comfortable and flexible. Quality construction, they wash perfectly too.

            Only one tiny request - I am a size 6 and 34" inseam -- so the 33's are a bit short and the 35's are a bit too long. I'd love to have a 34" inseam.

            Overall, these pants are great.

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            5.0

            Definitely lives up to expectations!

            By Cindance

            from Indiana, PA

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Cool
            • Quick Drying

            Cons

            • none

            Best Uses

            • Rural Mail Delivery

            These pants and shorts are very comfortable....getting in and out of my vehicle, bending, lifting, etc. The material is smooth and tightly woven so it does not get stuck or snagged as I work. I love the little side pocket...great for a cell phone. The lined waistband feels so nice next to my skin and the added elastic makes for easy twisting and stretching. In the hot weather the material is still comfortable and quick drying. I don't feel sweaty all day as I do with cotton shorts and pants.

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            5.0

            I'm buying more or these!

            By Mtn. Jeddi

            from WNC

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Comfortable
            • Great quality fabric
            • Like the pockets
            • Love the colors
            • Quick Drying
            • Stylish fit

            Cons

            • none

            Best Uses

            • Hiking
            • When raining

            I have many quick dry pants in my closet (Columbia, Mtn. Hardware, Royal Robbins, North Face), but the fabric Duluth has used on these pants is thicker, feels better. . .love it!

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            5.0

            Best pants!

            By Casi

            from Fishersville, VA

            Pros

            • Convertible To Capris
            • GREAT SIZING
            • Love the fabric

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Everyday wear

              Best pants I have ever owned. Please do not change the fit or fabric! Would love to see additional colors.

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              5.0

              Love these pants

              By Blount

              from Athens,Ga.

              Pros

              • Keeps shape after wash

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Great For Work Or Anytime

                These pants are great for work or anytime
                Fit perfect, I wear a size 4x31
                They wash and dry looking like the day I got them.
                Just wish they would keep my size in stock as I would buy every
                color.

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                3.0

                Not really for curvy women

                By Heidi

                from Cleveland, OH

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                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      The description says: "Comfort waistband gently cinches or slightly extends for a custom fit" and "Fits both curvy and straight body shapes". However, what they are referring to is just a bit of elastic on both sides of the waist that barely does anything. These were a bit snug in the thigh and too big in the waist for me.

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                      5.0

                      WONDERFUL

                      By citypupmom

                      from greater NYC

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Menopause Hot Flashes

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Teach Urban Living Sweat

                        I'm a teacher for students with severe and multiple disabilities in a large urban setting and need clothes that withstand physical work (lifting, stretching, running, etc) in a variety of weather conditions all while in the midst of "hot flashes" in a business casual style appropriate for a school environment. Love!

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                        5.0

                        I wore on the trail for 24 days straight

                        By Gator

                        from San Bruno, CA

                        Pros

                        • Comfortable
                        • Flexible
                        • Good pockets
                        • Looks good
                        • Quick Drying

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Backpacking
                          • CASUAL WEAR
                          • Outdoors

                          I went backpacking in the Sierra Nevada mountains in California for 24 days. These were my only pants I brought with me. They worked great. While they got REALLY dirty, they held up perfectly. No tears, scrapes, etc. The fabric stretches so they were not constricting at all when I had to hike to the top of several 12,000 foot mountain passes! I got rained on more than a few times. If it got really bad, I added rain paints over them, of course, but if it was a light rain, the fabric would evaporate fairly quickly. I hand washed them a few times & let them hang on a line overnight. When I got up in the morning, they were dry, despite it getting fairly cool at night (about 45 deg F).

                          The only time they gave me trouble was towards the end of my trek, I had some chaffing on my inner thigh one day when the air was damp. But I attribute this to the fact that I lost 15 lbs on the trail & the pants were hanging really low (I was wearing a thin, nylon belt) and the fabric that should have been up much higher was rubbing up against my thigh. So no fault of the pants & this will not be a problem for most people. But once the air dried out, so did the pants & it stopped bothering my leg.

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