Unbeatable stretch and comfort at the waist. The extra-wide waistband of the Yuma Trekkin Skirt won’t pinch, tug, slide or slip. It’s also lined with plush Micro-Chamois™ for comfort with or without packs. All this comfort comes at no cost to mobility, thanks to this skirt’s stretchy fabric. UPF 50 fabric blocks out UV rays.
Durable, 4-way stretch fabric for movement
Micro-Chamois™-lined seamless conical waist for comfort under a pack
Comfortable & functional The skirt is a bit too large. I am a size 6 and it is a bit roomy in the waist and hips. It also is a little longer than I anticipated. Still, the fabric is great and comfortable and I expect it will work well for travelling. February 8, 2014
Wonderful! Great skirt for hot weather! It is very flattering, but not tight. I love the stretch material. There were a few loose threads, I hope they hold up. I would love more colors! August 13, 2013
Great skirt! Love it! I have Yuma pants and like them so thought I'd try the skirt. Doesn't show dirt, doesn't wrinkle, packs small. Took me a bit to get use to the "none waist" band since I'm use to having something around my waist. I would / will order another one. Only problem was the mosquitoes. August 11, 2013
Fabulous Skirt At just the right length, and with a wonderful fit, this is a wonderful, fabulous skirt. It resists the coffee spills, and other dubious spills that comes with being the mother of an active toddler. I love it! July 5, 2013
Sizing inconsistencies I love my Yuma pants, so much I have them in three different colors. In 2011 I bought my first two pairs in a 4. In 2012, I bought another pair but the sizing had changed so much I bought them in a 2 (I could probably even get away with a 0). At one point I had a La Strada skirt in a 2, but the hips were just a pinch too tight. So based on all those size issues, I ordered this skirt in a 4. Guess what - WAAAAAAAY too big, all around. I'm gonna try it in a 2 and see how it goes. But I am 5'3", 110lbs, athletic build. My weight has not changed in several years, so it's not me. I know a lot of women's clothing lines can't keep their sizing consistent from one year to the next (at least in the US they can't), and unfortunately MH is no exception. Which is such a shame because they make great products. But if you can try this on before buying (in order to avoid having to pay for initial shipping, return shipping, and then another round of shipping for the new sizes), do it. I like the fabric, stretch, length, durability of the product. It's just the sizing that is so frustrating. March 12, 2013