Trousers designed with 2 different components:
- a durable fabric (207 g/sqm) on areas that need protection from rubbing (buttocks, bottom of the leg at the front). This fabric is slightly stretchy, offering great freedom of movement
- and a light and breathable fabric (125 g/sqm) on the rest of the trousers.
2 zipped hand pockets
2 zipped thigh pockets (and 1 mesh pocket on the inside of the right pocket)
Elastic tightening system at the ankle for a perfect fit over the shoe.
Trousers sold with a belt
These trousers have water-repellent inserts (front of ankle, buttocks) that let the water slide off the fabric's surface. Please note, this does not mean WATERPROOF.
The water repellent property prevents the trousers from getting wet too fast but will not keep you dry under steady rain. For this, we recommend that you wear over-trousers such as the Trek 500 (ref. 8493660).
Water repellence can be reactivated by tumble drying the trousers for 10 min on low temperature.
Straight cut and use of stretch fabric in the right areas guarantees high comfort levels when moving around.
Choose your usual size.
Inside leg of trousers: 83.4 cm in size 36 (L)
Shorts inside leg: 27.4 cm in size 36 (L)
Width of trouser hem: 21.3 cm in size 36 (L)
Width of short hem: 26.4 cm in size 36 (L)
What about maintenance...
We recommend that you always wash the trousers with the bottom of the legs zipped to ensure that the colour washes out evenly!
A score for comparing the products' environmental impact
The product's environmental footprint is calculated over its entire lifespan using various indicators. An overall ABCDE rating is given to help you easily identify products with the best environmental performance by comparing and contrasting products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.).
Decathlon actively promotes this environmental rating initiative.
For more information: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/
These trousers have been field-tested in real conditions. They were worn for 5 weeks by several testers who undertook the Grande Traversée des Alpes (GTA) in late spring 2017.