REI Co-op Screeline - $65
For a solid pair of what I like to call hiking leggings, my absolute favorite pair is from REI. They’re soft and comfortable, yet durable, thanks to the tough polyester/spandex blend.
PrAna Halle - $65
I will always swear by these pants. They are comfortable and lightweight, and feel like you’re hiking in your birthday suit.
Mountain Hardwear Dynama - $65
These ankle-length hiking pants are the perfect combination of style and comfort. They’re lightweight, stretchy, and extremely versatile. They allow air circulation around your legs, keeping you cool on hot summer days.
Marmot PreCip - $65
These Marmot rain pants have been the answer to all my rainy day hiking prayers. While they may not be the most stylish thing that I own, hiking isn’t a fashion show.
Columbia Saturday Trail - $65
These pants are super comfortable and easy to move around in. I call them my “quick pants” because they seem to help me hike faster. They’re perfect for bouldering as well as climbing up rocky/uneven terrain, and work well for shorter-distance hikes or travel. Columbia’s Omni-Shade provides sun protection as well as added durability.
The North Face Aphrodite 2.0 - $65
The North Face Aphrodite 2.0 Pants are exceptionally comfortable and easy to move in, making them a great choice for hiking or travel. The fit is relaxed, yet flattering; these pants would look and feel great on many different body types.
Patagonia Quandary - $65
The Patagonia Quandary Pants have a very classic look, and their relaxed fit makes them easy to move in. We like that they feel more durable than the other pants on this list.