These look great, are super comfortable, seem pretty durable (a couple hikes, dog-walking and WFH) and are easy to clean. My only kvetch is that they tend to droop a little if I'm not wearing a belt - the material is stretchy enough that it doesn't stay in place. It's better than the alternatives of limited stretch or sizing being off.
Bought these pants in anticipation of a short jaunt to the Adirondack High Peaks, looking for a good hiking pant that would have a flattering, tapered fit while still being highly functional. Pants look great when worn casually (get several complements on the street in NYC), yet performed very well on the trail. Held up well in several days of hiking in snowy/icy/muddy conditions with plenty of rock scrambles. Handled getting caught on micro spikes with no damage at all,. Pants are very stretchy so I opted to size down to a 28 from my usual 30, and after a bit of wear they fit perfectly.
I came to Foehn on a search for adventure/travel/low profile pants & feel like they hit a sweet spot with these Brise pants as an adaptable, multi-purpose chassis. I'm 6' -185 lbs and the 34/32's fit me spot on. The front thigh pocket is genius in design and simplicity & provides easy access when seated. And as great as these are now . . . I envision a world where they get a heavy duty sibling with rear zipped pockets, reinforced knees & seat, and larger belt loops. Very happy to be along for the Foehn ride. Well done!
I love everything about these pants except for how they fit in the crotch. It feels right and restrictive even though they stretch really well. Other than that, the material is awesome and I love the zips at the ankles. I'm 6'1" 210lbs and the 34W 32L fit well.
These pants are on point. Two friends of mine have worked with the company and both recommended the pants as the best they have ever worn. I was hesitant to pay over $100 for a pair and gladly can say they have lived up to the hype.