The perfect pant to wear while trekking through the variable and tough Khumbu region of Nepal. The state-of-the-art fabric is what makes our Khumbu Pant ideal for traveling. It helps maintain a pulled-together look (wrinkle-resistant) and the four-way stretch makes for comfort on long flights or when you're high-stepping up boulders on the trail. The pebbly texture of the fabric reminds us of elephant skin and is almost as tough. It’s also water-resistant and will shed moisture on drizzly days or during stream crossings.
For every product Sherpa Adventure Gear sells, a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Sherpa Adventure Gear Fund. Your purchase provides a brighter future to the children of Nepal through empowerment and education.
I own many articles of Sherpa clothing. From the fit to the quality of the materials I have found nothing to compare. I have worked in the out of doors for 40 years and have owned many brands of outdoor clothing and Sherpa is by far the best I have ever owned.
As an arborist I need a durable, flexible, lightweight, and most importantly comfortable pants. These do it for me! Whether it’s in the trees or hustling on the ground. The fit is great too! Super pleased!
Fits well but provides freedom of motion. Drawstrings at the cuffs would make it perfect for me. The photo on this page shows up as kind of a darker tan on my computer but the pants are definitely crown.
I just had to retire a pair of these pants and my hearts hurts a little to do so. BY FAR the single most impressive pair of pants that I have ever owned. I spent 4 good years adventuring in them and by god have I put them through the wringer. Possibly around 50 climbing trips, one year of working wilderness therapy, travel to Iceland, canyoneering, bushwacking, scrambling, offwidth climbing, mountain biking, backpacking, EVERYTHING. Oh the places I have been in these pants... It's absurd how well these pants have held up over the probably hundreds of outings they've been on. For me, a person who wears through a pair of Levi's in a 6-8 months, that's seriously saying something.
It was only in the last 2 months that the zippers started to give out one by one and then I FINALLY put a hole them.
Can't wait to buy a new pair, if only they will come back in stock...
These pants are a staple in my wardrobe. I bought these in Tierra Del Fuego when rainier than expected weather left all of my other bottoms completely soaked. I put these on and had a much better, much dryer-below-the-waist hike than I would have otherwise. They maintain a comfortable temperature, dampen the wind, and have an unbelievable amount of stretch and give in all the right places. I probably wear these more than I should. Also, you'll get a lot of compliments and questions, including "Are those Lulu?" I'll admit, it is nice to say that they are in fact not Lulu. Anyway, give them a try.