Trek 700 Women's Mountain Trekking Trousers - Dark Grey



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Made for women trekking for several days in the mountains (Tour of the Mont Blanc).
The best compromise between low weight and durability.
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DurabilityHeavy-duty fabric panels on the areas most exposed to rubbing.
Quick dryingUse of synthetic fabrics offering breathability and quick drying.
Freedom of movementThe fabric used is stretchy: it will offer you maximum comfort.
LightweightThese shorts weigh approximately 370 g in size 12 (M).
BreathabilityLight, breathable fabric used in areas with low friction.
Easy maintenanceSynthetic fabric which is machine washable, does not require ironing.
Water repellentThe front and rear reinforcement zones are water-repellent.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Opening direction of the hand pockets:
We deliberately positioned the fastening direction of the hand pockets downwards. This means that the zip slider will never bother you when you tighten the waistband of your backpack and your belongings will remain secure in your pockets!
2 hand pockets that zip downwards. 1 zipped left thigh pocket 1 right thigh pocket with flap and 1 internal smartphone compartment. Supplied with a belt.
Water repellency info:
These trousers feature water-repellent areas (front of lower-leg, buttocks) that prevent water from entering the fabric. Please note, this does not mean WATERPROOF. Water repellent means that the trousers don't get wet too quickly but they will not keep you dry under normal rainfall. You would have to add over-trousers for this. The water repellent property can be reactivated: Follow the guide!
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 94.0% Polyamide (PA), Main fabric : 6.0% Elastane Yoke : 88.0% Polyamide (PA), Yoke : 12.0% Elastane Lining : 100.0% Polyester (PES)

Product test
These trousers have been tested and validated in the field in real conditions. They were worn for 5 weeks by several people who undertook the Grande Traversée des Alpes (GTA) in late spring 2017.


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