I have had a Weird Fish jacket for quite a while now and it has served me extremely well in the unpredictable Scottish weather and when I was offered the opportunity to field test a pair of trousers from the clothing manufacturer, I jumped at the chance.
The Baja Cargo Pant is a classically styled pair of cargo trousers and look similar to the M65 combat trousers of Vietnam-era fame.
The Baja trousers are heavily washed for a lived in look and are lightweight but very tough and feature two side, hand and back pockets.The two side cargo pockets offer lots of storage room, while the waistband adjuster, generous belt loops and knee pleats help to provide exceptional fit and comfort of wearing.
I have worn these trousers during several outings over the past few months in the woodlands and hills of Scotland and in the worst weather that nature could throw at me and they have have served me extremely well. They wash well and do not suffer from the shrinkage that often affects trousers of this sort.
Hard-wearing and comfortable these trousers are suitable for bushcrafters and hikers, as well as for Airsoft enthusiasts, hunters and paintball players, but also for fishing and general outdoor activities.
So who are Weird Fish?
Weird Fish are a UK firm who aim to produce individual, vintage inspired, iconic and hard wearing, comfortable clothing for a casual and active lifestyle. You can browse their range of clothing on their website at www.weirdfish.co.uk
- 100% Cotton
- Metal zip and button fly
- 2x Hand pockets, 2 pockets on legs, 2 back pockets
- Belt loops