- Insect Shield
- RFID Shield
- Wash & Wear
- UPF 50+ Sun Protection
- 5 Pockets - 4 Zipped, 1 credit card RFID
- Main: 94% Polyamide, 6% Elastane/ Trim 100% Polyester/ Pocket bags: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
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Product: FEEDBACK RE: CMJ411_62A Insect Shield is welcome added protection against Deer Ticks present in New England's woodlands and parks. The CMJ411R 62A Trousers in Pebble are a good fit*, as a result of thoughtful detailing. The knees have a slight bent built in for hiking. Again, zippered pockets are a definite plus. The length at 31' for the leg inseam is far closer to being perfect than other companies which jump regular lengths from 30' (too short on me) to 32' (which is a bit too long). The size and position of the belt loops allow the belt buckle to ride up over the top of the trousers. The snaps on belt loops are an innovation. Loop size allows for a wider belt - a plus. Instead of a single loop centred in the back, having two to make it easy to pull any slack in the waist to the rear could be a plus, but would also take away reinforcing from the rear seam. While not a major issue, I would prefer to have the pants match the slightly cooler Parchment colour of the shirt. *In this Fast Food Era, many companies produce pants which are actually one size larger than marked; if one buys Craghoppers in a 36' waist, the waist is 36' - a 38' is 38' - I'm fine with that. You may want to ask customers to verify their actual waist dimension with a tape measure. Another option would be to add an additional inch on each side controllable by a velcro adjustment strap. I have seen this from other makers, but do not know if the feature is proprietary and protected by patent or design copyright. Four Stars is very, very good. The challenge, always, 'Is this the Best we can do?'