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Paramo Mens Cascada 2 Waterproof Trouser £85.00
There are 13 reviews with an average rating of 4.84
AnonymousNick from United KingdomOwner01 August 2023 14:14
Just breaking in a pair of these trousers/overtrousers in the recent Welsh monsoons.They are well up for the task proving comfortable and quiet. My XXXL pair fit well on a 43" waist. My 31" leg is accurate, and they would fit from 40"ish to 44" waist using the adjustment. They are waterproof and windproof and with care should last for years. Jackson Sports were quick and the price was competitive. Pluses all round.
Roger from United StatesOwner25 December 2019 17:09
I decided to pull the trigger on a pair of these pants for winter hiking after also buying a Paramo Alta 3 earlier (I'll review that separately). Being from the US, the Paramo name was initially unknown to me, but after alot of research and help from the owner, Dion, I made my purchase. They shipped to the US in 1 day!. I've used them so far on 2 winter hikes and they are now my favorite hiking pants by far. I have two pair of Schoeller pants that are good, but pale compare to these. They feel luxurious agains the skin (I've yet to use a base layer) , were warm on the two cold days (21 degrees F and 23 degrees F) and were very quiet. I haven't tested them in any rain, so the jury is out on that aspect. I'm curious as to what point I have to use a base layer to stay warm. At 21 degrees with my other pants, I definitely would have one under there. Not so for these. A couple of tips.....my waist is 32 and I was concerned the M would be too big. Dion tried a pair on in M (he apparently has similar dimensions) and recommended I go with M. Perfect! I had read that the soft liner can cause the pants to pull down off your butt. I anticipated that and immediately installed a 1 1/4 inch web belt I had and I had zero issues. And, it did not interfere with my hip belt. I did try them on without the belt and I could see how with the soft fabric and elastic waist, it could easily pull down. Put that belt on there and it will not move. You also have to be careful of thorns. They'll catch that fabric pretty easily, although I did not get any holes. I wear long gaiters in the winter and that will eliminate any issues on the lower legs. And by the way.....my Sea to Summit eVent gaiters fit better on these than any other pants I've used. So.....I'm extremely pleased with these and highly recommend them.
Robin from IrelandOwner17 March 2017 14:40
I have been very comfortable wearing my Paramo Cascada 2 trousers and unreservedly recommend them to all hillwalkers. They are warm in cold weather and kept me dry in prolonged rain, obviating the need for overtrousers, which are a struggle to don on a steep heathery hillside! Even during overheating on a walk-up, the trousers don't stick but slip and slide making movement easier. My only reservation is about size; you need to go a size larger to get room for your backside!!! I am a medium short but had to change to a large short to get room to manouver.
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