The KUHL Free Rydr Men's Pant offers a sleek, slim silhouette for casual wear. Constructed from soft, breathable fabric with spandex, these men's casual pants offer comfortable, unrestricted movement. The reinforced pockets and bottom cuffs reduce wear and increase durability. For convenience, these KUHL pants feature a 5-pocket design with a hidden phone pocket. For a lived-in look, these men's casual pants are vintage patina dyed and river washed. For a casual pant to wear hiking or at work, try the KUHL Free Rydr Men's Pant.
Casual men's pants
Articulated knees for durability
5-pocket styling, 1 hidden phone pocket
Gusseted crotch for freedom of movement
Reinforced pockets and bottom cuffs reduce wear
Vintage patina dyed and river washed for lived-in look
One of my favorite pairs of pants. Wear them just about everyday in the winter. As with almost every Kuhl piece I own, I have to get a size larger than what I traditionally would get, but that's not a big deal.
The one problem: The snap button on the waste is super frustrating. It does not want to stay snapped. Would be so much better as a traditional button/hole closure
I love these pants!!! I usually get the Kuhl Ryder's which are the same without a tapered leg but I've lost some weight and wanted something that was more slim for climbing and such. Great stuff!! Absolutely love them just as i have the other two pairs before them.
These are my favorite pants in all but one aspect. I rather have a button instead of a snap. Just a personal preference. One tip that helped me: If your snap keeps popping open lightly tap with a hammer on a hard surface to flare it out. Do it slowly, and test it so you don't flare it too much making it difficult to snap.
I work as a guide in Redwood National Park and I have put these pants through the wringer while on trail. Just bought my second pair after the first pair took over a year of heavy abuse without much wear. They look nice and hold up
KUHL is becoming my necessary clothing company here in the mountains of British Columbia. I've been looking a long time for a company that makes a durable, stylish pant with attention to detail. If you represent outdoors you are home at KUHL.
I am s professional painter and ware through name brand work pants in 2 -3 months tearing holes in the groin and knees But with Kuhl rydr and freerydr ive found a pant that 2 years later holds up tonmy abuse and even have a pair i use as welding pants for home projects and still holds up to the task.
I have come to prefer the fit and quality of Kuhl clothing in the last 3 years. This is my first pair that are not lightweight and quick dry for summer time travel and hiking. These Rydr Free are heavier for cooler weather, but the fit is still excellent. They are still comfortable and have useful pockets and features.
Very much like these pants. The taper is nice and not too aggressive, I can wear both slim and bulky boots and it doesn't look bad. At first they felt a little tight in the seat, but that loosened up some. The material is very soft while keeping a sturdy weight. Love the overbuilt quality with reinforcements on pocket lips, cuffs, and belt loops. The material holds dirt fairly well, but they are made to get dirty. Will primarily use these in my studio and on the trails during cool/dry weather. Only two issues- really dislike the branding on the back pocket. Feel that KUHL could've been embroidered on the belt where most jean patches are. Kind of cheapens the pant visually. Also, the button to secure is pretty tough. It works, but often I'm not sure it's fully locked in. I appreciate innovation, but this might fall under "if it's not broke, don't fix it" category. All in all, I do very much like these pants and can't wait to break them in more.
Great pant. Fantastic weight and look. Only issue is that they come out of the wash so wrinkled that ironing them is close to impossible. There has to be a trick to washing them that I am maybe unaware of, and I'm hoping to figure that out. In any case, I would definitely buy again.
My husband said The snaps at the waists come undone when he bends over. Making it difficult to work when he has to keep stopping to snap his pants. He has approximately 3 pair that he’s had for almost 5 years now. Never having a problem with this in the past he said he was very surprised and disappointed. He’s very thin so when the snap undies his pant drop down and rest on his hips.
I wanted some 5-pocket style chino pants for working at the office. I'm 6'3", 215 lbs and wear a 36x34 and often struggle to find slim fitting pants that are not *too* slim. These felt great right out of the bag. However, after the first run through the washer/dryer they shrank more than expected. I'm hoping that they stretch back out with wear.