Stitching has held up well, & no rips or split seams after several days of use. The camo pattern is exceptional, working well in different outdoor environments. They are lightweight, but comfortable in warm or cool weather.
However, the velcro on some of the pockets is difficult to open, especially with gloves on. And the ankle cuffs are just plain strange. The have a velcro slit that opens up the back of the calf - to allow you to put on shin guards under the pants, apperantly - and round the cuff, which sounds like a good idea untill you realize that its not adjustable & doesnt really serve any purpose. It doesnt get in the way, so I wouldn't call it a drawback, but it is kinda wierd.
But these are good woodsball pants anyway, and the price - $40 - is not bad at all for what you get.
NOTE: these are the newest version of these pants, & some of the problems you might read about in other reviews (like lack of sufficiant belt loops) have been addressed.
Overall, not bad at all. If you want a better pair of woodsball pants than these, you're going to have to spend more money than this. Sure, there are better pants out there, but they all cost about twice what these do. Great for folks on a budget who want a decent set of woodcball pants.