M's Helios Trail Pants

Regular price €93,95
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Rated 4.6 out of 5
Based on 137 reviews

FROM TRAIL TO TAVERN

Helios - is a lightweight pair of hiking pants built for versatility and comfort, wherever the adventure takes you. Featuring our unique Sunsail™ fabric re-engineered from discarded fishing nets, with a cool-touch hand feel and adjustable features. These are the all-round pants that can do it all - from trekking long ridgeline hikes, to sending multi-pitch lines.

  • Rated 'The Best Lightweight Pant 2021' by GearJunkie
  • Lightweight, breathable, moisture-wicking, and 4-way stretch
  • Dries 4x faster than cotton
  • Airmeshlined deep pockets (5) with one secured cargo pocket
  • Integrated woven belt with quick-release aluminum G-hook
  • Expandable waistband, articulated knees, and gusseted crotch
  • Ultraslim adjustable features
  • YKK® zippers 
  • Hanging loop
  • Superior anti-pilling 
  • Sun protection (UPF 50+)
  • Sunsail™ fabric: 85% recycled nylon / 15% spandex (Bluesign® approved)
  • Airmesh™: 100% recycled polyester
  • 126 g (4.4 oz) double weave
  • Machine wash cold / low heat. Tumble dry low
  • Each pair of Helios help fund the collection of more discarded fishing gear
  • Fabric is Bluesign® approved
  • 1% of sales made from this product gets donated back to nonprofits
  • Made in a WRAP-certified factory in Vietnam
  • We are a Climate Neutral company (climateneutral.org/brand/seadon)

'Best Warm-Weather Hiker'

'Each year, we see a lot of the same brands. Finding an outlier is like unearthing treasure. Seadon is a newcomer we found on Kickstarter. They’ve done their homework and brought a gem of a pant this year. Their Helios Trail Pant ($100) is the best lightweight pant on the market today.'

Steve Graepel, Idaho Bureau Chief

Durability Pre-tested By Nature.

Less Bulk. More Utility.

From Trail to Tavern

average rating 4.6 out of 5
Based on 137 reviews
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Reviewed by Napak S.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Lightweight and breathability

The key interesting points are their lightweight, nice stretch and breathability. The pants are also water-resistant and quick-drying. I can wear them for over a week before washing them.

The only concerns are the durability and unsure whether they could withstand the twigs and spiky things if you're going into the forested areas.

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Reviewed by Charlie M.
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M
Rated 5 out of 5
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Loved 'em

lightweight, comfy. I am a 33-34 wasit, 6ft and the mediums fit perfect.

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Reviewed by Tom G.
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Beautiful shorts with iffy fit

Well made and decent colors but the fit is not consistent with other parts of the brand.

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Reviewed by Carlos “Carlos H Mencia” M.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Review of Seadon Helios Trail Pants

Background

I was looking for a pair of pants that would be suited for travel. Currently I use jeans and noted over time they aren’t the best for travelling. They are a bulky, keep you quite warm (could be good or bad) and take forever to dry. I came across a few YouTube videos recommending the Seadon Helios trail pants.

Below I will list the pros and cons.

Pros:

1) Water resistant – this feature is nice as any little spills fall right off.

2) Quick Dry – even though it repels water it can get wet however it dries off quickly.

3) Light – This pair of pants are light and feels comfortable to be in. They feel refreshingly lighter than jeans.

4) Rolling up– It is pretty easy to roll up the pants to your knees and it stays there. Something I have struggle with other pants as it would just fall back to the ankles.

5) Breathable – Walking with these pants was nice typically I wear shorts if walking, but these were quite comfortable.

6) Pockets – 4 pockets that are good fit not too deep not to shallow for me. The zipper pocket is in a bit of an odd place, but I have found it to be useful.

7) Adjustable built in belt strap – I like this feature as I won’t need to take of my belt at the airport.

8) Fit – The fit I selected based on the measurements on the site were great for me. It goes for a slim fit look, if you want a baggier look I would suggest going up a size. However, the fit based on the site recommendations was great for me.

9) Stretchy – It has a rather nice stretch…

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Reviewed by JACQUES S.
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M
Rated 5 out of 5
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Exactly the pants I need for a trip to East Africa

Light and durable fabric, solid colors and the pants legs can be cinched at the ankel so that insect can’t bite my leg.

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