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Fleece Pants

The best fleece pants, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.

Recent Fleece Pant Reviews

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Kuiu Peloton 97 Fleece Zip-Off Bottom

Very lightweight fleece base/mid-layers—dry quickly and a lot of warmth for the weight. Kuiu is probably a name a lot of folks aren't familiar with. They are a brand that focuses on backcountry hunting, but they make a lot of really good outdoor clothing suitable for any outdoor pursuit. I'm reviewing both the Peloton 97 zip hoody and zip-off bottoms, same material. I've had the Peloton 97 zip hoody for three years now and it has seen a lot of use (read my review of the Peloton 97 Fleece Zip-T… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Patagonia Crosstrek Bottoms

A great option for cold weather activity or under a shell pant in colder weather. Polartec Power Stretch moves and wicks well, yet is pretty warm. Sized somewhere between tights and sweat pants. Drawstring took some getting used to. What do you wear when you are out in cold weather—cold enough that you can no longer wear shorts, or when you are hiking or climbing or Nordic skiing? Patagonia's Crosstrek Bottoms are a good option. FIT The pants are made from Polartec's Power Stretch fleece. It's… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Duluth Fleece-Lined Dry on the Fly Cargo Pants

Duluth Trading "Dry-on-the-Fly" fleece lined nylon pants for $89.50. They have many nice features that make them a great bargain at their price. I recently got a pair of Duluth Trading nylon twill shell, fleece lined winter pants. For $89.50 they have great quality and easily beat out RailRiders $130 nylon shell, fleece lined nylon pants, even if they were the same price! Features: 100% nylon twill shell, very tightly woven polyester fleece lining (about 100 weight fleece) large crotch gusset for… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Patagonia R1 Pants

This is a fairly warm synthetic base layer, loose enough to serve as a mid-layer. I recommend wearing alone for cooler weather and beneath a shell or insulated pants in really cold weather. The newer version has two hand pockets rather than a back pocket and is sized even more loosely than past versions—including looser cuffs at the bottom. New ones also have a drawstring, a plus. The R1 bottom is kind of like a versatile pair of outdoor sweatpants. They are thick enough to wear alone in fairly… Full review

rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Cabela's Polartec Classic 300 ECWCS Pants

heavyweight fleece pants for sitting around in the cold and damp. not so great for walking around unless it's obscenely cold out. on the positive side, these pants are thick, soft, warm fleece.  each leg zips to the knee, and the legs are wide enough to take on and off over most boots.  the knees are reinforced with nylon, and they have proved to be durable.  3 zippered pockets, one along each side seam and a small back pocket.  without question the warmest fleece pants i have worn. note - these… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Patagonia R1 Pants

I recently bought these beauties and have had the pleasure to use them on two different hunting excursions. I was out in about -20 Celsius with about a 30 km/hr wind and the only thing not cold was my legs!  I was wearing a heavy denim pant over top of these guys and I was perfect in that temperature.  I felt a little bit of wind coming through the jeans, but I was comfortable. Keep in mind these are actually considered pants and don't have a fly. On another note, these are very warm pants! If… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Avalanche Wear Micro Fiber Flare Pant

I bought a pair of these pants from TJ Maxx about 4 years ago in 2006 and went back the next winter bought another pair. Since then I can't find them anywhere not even online.  Did try Sierra Traders but they were sold out and won't be restocking. Does anyone know where to get them? Full review

rated 3 of 5 stars
Mountain Hardwear Windstopper Tech Pant

The pants have pre-sewn velcro attachment points for suspenders, and I would say that MH should just provide the suspenders with the pants in the package. No one in my area stocks the suspenders and the velcro tabs are irritating to the skin. I may have mating velcro tabs sewn to my shirt tail. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Avalanche Wear Micro Fiber Flare Pant

I love these pants!!!! I bought 4 pairs in black, and planned to give 3 away, but fell in love with them and kept them all. They are super-comfy, resist wind, wash & dry easily, smooth out your shape and are incredibly warm, but they don't suffocate in case the temperature changes. Coordinate with all casual sweaters, tees, boots, etc. I bought a pair for a cousin for Christmas, and she wanted more too. Try Marshalls, sometimes they have Avalanche stuff. I'd love to get more, and in more colors. Full review

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