NOW: £90.00 WAS: £150.00

NOW: £90.00 WAS: £150.00

NOW: £90.00 WAS: £150.00

NOW: £90.00 WAS: £150.00

NOW: £90.00 WAS: £150.00

Product Code: 17210632

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  • True Black
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Fully featured technical waterproof, breathable shell pants, made with a high sustainability content.

The Haglöfs Men's Incus Pant's water resistant leg side zips provide ventilation when needed and allow easier pull on/pull off, and the polyester taffeta is reinforced in the seat and knees for greater durability.


Please note that no further offers or discounts apply to this item. This offer is valid online, by phone and in selected stores only, subject to availability.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 500g (size L)
  • Fabric: Proof 2-layer (100% recycled polyester)
  • DWR treated surfaces
  • Zipped fly
  • Microfleece lined waist band with belt loops
  • Water resistant side zips
  • Two front and one rear zipped pockets
  • Articulated and reinforced knees
  • Polyester mesh lined legs to promote breathability
  • Polyester taffeta lined seat and knees for reinforcement


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2 Customer reviews for this product

 
Superb Waterproof 'soft shell' Trouser
Reviewed By Paul, 28 Feb 2014

Superbly Designed Technical Waterproof Trouser -

Well fitted, great materials and awesome attention to detail...

Tested in Scottish Highlands - waterproof, winfdproof and zero sweat buildup... does require a belt to 'fit' best as sizes are only 'S M L etc' and not specific waist/leg sizes

Would replace without hesitation as these are top notch trousers for hiking and hill walking.

As always with Haglofs - hard to beat.

 

 

 
The Incus II pants appear wonderful..
Reviewed By Brian, 15 Jan 2014

The pants seem excellent however the waist size seems to determine the leg length-no alternatives given!?