NOW: £35.00 RRP: £50.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £50.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £50.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £50.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £50.00

Product Code: 17210557

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  • Brown
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Well-featured enough for travel practicality yet understated enough for anywhere-wear; light and packable enough to not weigh your bag down yet rugged enough for the rigours of adventure.

Craghoppers have taken their years of experience making some of the world's most respected travel clothing and struck the perfect balance between durability and packability, between function and style, and then stirred in some innovative fabric technology for good measure. The lightweight nylon not only shifts moisture away from the body to keep you comfortable (and dries quickly after washing), it offers UPF40+ sun protection and has Craghoppers' exclusive, permanent Nosilife insect repellent effect built right in.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 290g (approx.)
  • Fabric: 100% nylon
  • Nosilife permanent insect repellent treatment
  • Solar Shield UPF 40+ sun protection
  • Mesh lined hand pockets
    • Reinforced against wear from keys etc.
  • Velcro-flap mesh-lined rear pockets
  • Velcro-flap right-leg cargo pocket
    • Internal mobile phone pocket
  • Part-elasticated waist

 


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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Excellent for warm or hot weather.
Reviewed By Douglas, 19 Sep 2013

These are my default trousers when travelling or walking in warm or hot weather. They are ideal for long haul flights as they stay comfy, and the cargo pocket is just the thing for boarding cards and such.
Once in a warm or hot environment, thy are equally at home wandering round markets or on long treks.
I have worn them trekking up volcanoes in Nicaragua, cloud forests in Costa Rica and through Ladakhi deserts. And they are just as handy for big walks in the UK in our warmer seasons.

They lack the warmth for when the temperature drops below ten degrees, so they tend to get put away from late autumn until the spring.