by Diane Spicer
Title Nine Clamberista pants need to be on your radar if you're looking for a comfortable, high performing pair of hiking pants.
And aren't we all?
Throw in a great female focused company, thoughtful features designed for an active woman, and you're all set for hitting the trail, regardless of the weather.
Let's get started on this Title Nine Clamerista pants review, with all the details so you can make a good decision.
Two things to note before you go any further:
1. Hiking For Her has a lot of Title Nine clothing, and puts it to good use on trails of all sorts.
For example, here's a review of their stretch tights I use a lot.
So there is a built in bias toward this high quality clothing, because I know it works.
2. Because of #1 above, Hiking For Her is a Title Nine affiliate. That means if you purchase through links on this website, HFH receives a small percentage of your purchase price.
But you pay nothing extra!
Oh, and by the way, all images in this Title Nine Clamberista review are my own.
In this review, we're taking a close look at Title Nine Clamberista jogger pants, regular length, in the color "raisin".
They are available in sizes 2 -14, with more color and length choices.
Hiking women want pants that work just as hard as we do, right?
Here's what this pair of pants will give you on your next hike:
92% of reviewers on the Title Nine website would recommend these pants to a friend.
So I'm in good company when I gush a little about these pants to you, my virtual friend.
Here's what makes these pants trail worthy from my perspective:
The legs on these pants are a little different than you might expect on a jogger style pants.
Each ankle has a drawstring for a full range of adjustments to get the pants legs as snug (or not) as you want.
Either way, as a hiker, you'll be able to get what you need out of these pants.
You will have to take off your boots to take off these pants, because the legs are not wide enough to go over most hiking boots.
Trail shoes, like the ones I'm wearing in the photo above, maybe.
On the other hand, it will be easy to pull on your rain pants over these pants.
Trail tip: Always buy rain pants with zippered legs so your trail footwear can stay on, keeping your all important feet dry.
These Title Nine Clamberista pants felt a little roomy, although they were my usual size.
Roomy in the waist, roomy in the thighs.
I love that!
But if you want a snug fit, consider one size down, due to the jogger style (looser thighs). The waistband is really forgiving!
And about the "regular" length, in case you're petite or tall.
If you've been on the trail for any length of time, you've probably already solved the conundrum of quality versus price for yourself.
These pants are priced at $89 US at the time of this writing.
You get a lot to love for that price! And it's going to last.
The Title Nine Clamber Collection includes skorts and shorts, all made with the same great fabric and styling.
Check out the whole collection here.
Title Nine has been making functional, durable clothing for outdoorsy women for a long time, since 1989.
They are woman owned and run, so they really care about the details for a perfect fit.
I know this for a fact. Here's another review of a Title Nine hiking shorts and shirt combo I wrote.
Two hiking poles up!
I don't review a lot of hiking clothing, but when I do, I put it to the test before I say a word about it.
These pants endured a 7 mile hike, stood up to a cool-ish morning and a warm (70F) afternoon, sat on boulders and dirt, and kept me feeling great through it all.
If you like a more loose style of hiking pants, these are for you. Your thighs won't strain against the fabric as you lift your legs.
You can adjust the ankle fabric as you need to during the day.
And with plenty of pockets, you can stash your lip balm, a snack, trail notes and more without hindering your movements.
Thanks for reading my Title Nine Clamberista pants review!
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