Arpenaz 100 Men's Lowland Hiking Cropped Trousers - Beige



Made for occasional lowland hikers.
For your lowland hikes, choose this functional hiking cropped bottoms manufactured in breathable cotton/polyester!
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Freedom of movementErgonomic inserts around the crotch and preformed knees.
Quick dryingFabric is 35% synthetic making it quick drying and breathable.
Eco-designCotton grown without GMO, pesticides, chemical fertilisers. Recycled polyester.
Pockets6 pockets, including 2 with flaps to avoid losing small items you take with you.
Warranty2 Years
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Sizing and fit information
These cropped trousers have an ergonomic design with a comfort gusset in the crotch. They have a close fit without being too tight. For a looser fit, select one size larger than your normal size. 40 cm inside leg in size 44 (L).
Main fabric: 65% organic cotton, 35% recycled polyester.
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 65.0% Cotton, Main fabric : 35.0% Polyester (PES) Pocket : 65.0% Polyester (PES), Pocket : 35.0% Cotton


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Used for More than 1 year
the product is of good quality
Great fit but...
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Bought these trousers a couple of weeks ago.
Fits great, rather confortablewhen wallking. I'm feeling somekind of friction from the knee pockets but it's OK.
However, after a couple of weeks the main button fell off. Lucky me I was home when it happened, and not in the middle of a 10mile hike in the highlands but....
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