So these were my go to pant all summer in Saas Fee and they've come out of the experience looking more or less brand new which is a testament to the durability. The 10k waterproofing with fully taped seams was sufficient to ensure that I never got wet even when repeatedly eating shit in slushy wet summer snow. I've had plenty of pants soak through on me in the past in those conditions so for me that is a good indicator of quality.
I rode these in a large, which is pretty big for me at only 5'9 140lbs so I needed to make use of the detachable suspenders to keep them up but for something too big they were suprisingly comfortable. I normally tend to wear skinnier gear so the oversized thing was pretty new to me and not nearly as annoying as baggy stuff I've tried before. The fit is clearly designed to be a tapered and relatively fitted round the knees, slightly baggier than the Saga Fatigues. I'd describe them as the 'fashionable' fit at the moment. But for me they were baggier than that.
There were downsides for summer usage, the venting/breathability while adequate are nothing out of the ordinary and so a lot of the time I was a little too hot. There is also some fleece lining/insulation going on, making these much warmer than the shell pants I normally ride in. Now in winter conditions, that would be fine, but they aren't ideal for summer/hiking/touring.
That is my only criticism though, I was actually stoked on riding these, and I think the leaf camo print is by far the most subtle and pleasant to the eye camo i've come across. Plus if you're hunting they might actually help you hide unlike some of the loud camo out there! The herringbone fabric is a super nice touch too, keeps things classy.
I'd thoroughly recommend these as a park/all mountain resort pant for anyone.