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CADERAS: Con los pies juntos, mide alrededor de la parte más ancha de tus caderas asegurándote que tienes suficiente espacio para moverte con comodidad.
Ultra-apretado, como “segunda piel” que te cubre y hace sentir más fuerte.
Se mantiene pegado a la piel para un ajuste aerodinámico sin la restricción de la compresión.
Un corte completo y más generoso para mayor libertad de movimiento y un ajuste relajado.
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I saw these on another officer and decided to give them a try. Not disappointed, very comfortable, and they fit well. I'm guessing they'll wear well.
Discount the only pants I buy with this blah. Sad. Very Sad. Does not fit the same. Does not look presentable to be both work and play. Does not look good when you have them on. Why the lame line sewn in the back of the leg yuck! Does not make happy. It just does not anymore! Sad.
The best thing I can say about the UA Enduro pant is to get rid of them and bring back the truly loose fit STORM Covert! The Enduro won't allow me to carry my ankle med kit because of the slim legs, so I'll be looking elsewhere for an appropriate work pant.
Underarmour you’re an athletic brand at your core! Cater to the tall boys. I mean, you’re rocking 50” waists...
Even your “select a height” category for this review ends at [>6’1”]
Short but otherwise Great fit. The curse of being 6’5” is that 34” length is a coin flip. Some pants 34” is perfect (Ariat, polo).
Unfortunately , these are just an inch too short of you’re tall like me. If you typically find yourself straddling between 34” and longer sizes, these will leave you short.
The pants fit great. I have 4 pairs how much I like them.
First time trying out pants from UA.
These Enduro pants were a great surprise. Love the fit and the quality of the pant. Waist and hem length are appropriate and the comfort of these are really great. Haven't worn them in the elements, or really gotten into the dirt with them to check durability.
Recommend these to anyone looking for some comfortable pants.
The main issue is the excess fabric in the knee - you can see it in the photo I took of the pants laying FLAT. The big bunches in the knee are that big even when the pants are laid completely FLAT.
I was hopeful this would be a reasonable replacement for the Storm Covert pants that UA unfortunately discontinued (best pants ever). These are NOT a good replacement for my needs. I used the Storm Covert for casual pants, similar to jeans or good travel pants - they were perfect. Some bad (in my opinion) updates to these Enduro pants... 1) much larger zipper on the side, much more obvious, not as discreet; 2) they got rid of the metal button, which I liked about the previous pants. The replacement is harder to button and is also plastic, which I doubt will hold up as well; 3) there is a HUGE amount of extra fabric at the knees as mentioned above. It's incredibly obvious, even when laying the pants flat (as you see in the photo I uploaded) - on the website photos, check the Bayou color photos and you can see some of this excess fabric. They covered it up pretty well in the other color photos (such as Coyote Brown - you can see they airbrushed over that area if you zoom in), and even on Bayou color they took some pictures with the knee flexed so that you don't notice as much. Anyway - super unfortunate that they made that excess fabric so obvious. This is not a situation where it is just "more roomy" in the knee - it is a ridiculous amount of excess that folds over itself, even when you are wearing them. UA - if you're listening, PLEASE bring back the Storm Covert!
More comfortable than jeans. Pants get softer the more you wear and wash them.
Love these pants, slim and look great, crazy comfortable.
I picked up a pair once I realized that the Storm Covert Tactical was discontinued. While sharing similar styling, I found the taper cut a bit tight and the zippers tended to come open easily. The fabric itself is very breathable however. The Covert Tactical was a better option for me to use as a work pant and range pant, the Enduro's just fall a little short. Hoping a revision to the design is in the works.