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Product Code: 17210438

Colour:
  • Fossil
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  • Tusk

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The hard-wearing fabric of these technical trousers also gives you protection from strong sun. It wicks away moisture too, to keep you feeling comfortable on long summer hikes. Multiple pockets give you plenty of storage for keys, coins, tickets, etc.


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Product Features

  • 100% nylon Minim Rip
  • Omni-shade UPF 30
  • Omni-Wick advanced evaporation
  • Exterior adjustable waistband
  • Gusset detail
  • Multi-functional pockets

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3 Customer reviews for this product

 
Excellent lightweight Cargo Pant
Reviewed By S, 07 Apr 2013

These are well made lightweight cargo pants with a nifty belt to adjust the waist to ensure a perfect fit. They wash easily and dry really quickly. Expensive at first glance but worth it.

 

 

 
comfortable quick drying trousers
Reviewed By , 23 Jun 2011

I know these aren't designed as waterproof trousers but i wanted a light pair of trousers fro summer wear which if they got wet in a summer shower they would dry quickly. And yes they do that exceptionally well. The belt gets a wee bit of getting used to, but it provides an infinite variety of waist sizes. So I would recommend these.

 

 

 
If you want/need low rise pants try these
Reviewed By Michael, 31 May 2011

I've tried pants from most of the brands sold in the UK and almost all have a high rise (distance to top of the hips, where the waist of the pants sits), which makes them uncomfortable and saggy for a low rise person. these on the other hand are excellent, mostly. The original Silver Ridge fit was snug, but not tight, whereas the Silver Ridge II can simply be too tight for some. You'll need to try them out. As for in use, perfect. Well designed pockets, no drag around the knees, hard wearing, not too hot or cold. Again, the makr II might not be quite as good. Manufacturing quality is also notably less good (look at the quality of stitching), maybe because the country of manufacture has changed, although it looks good enough to give more than enough wear.