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Product Code: 17110406

Colour:
  • Boulder Grey
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  • Shale

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Crucial legwear for any discerning climber

Looking for a pair of flimsy, overcomplicated trousers that look ridiculous? Didn't think so. In that case, check out the Mountain Equipment Echo Pants.

Crucial legwear for any discerning climbers capsule wardrobe, the Echo Pant is constructed from hardwearing pre-washed organic cotton that's tough enough for cragging but looks great wherever you choose to wear them. Articulated knee panelling is combined with a diamond gusset to give a pant that climbs as well as it looks.


No further offers or discounts apply to this item. This offer is available online, by phone and in selected stores, subject to stock.


FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY 20 - 23 November 2014

Product Features

  • Weight: 515g
  • Pre-washed Organic Cotton
  • Active cut with articulated knees and diamond gusset
  • Twin-needle construction
  • Triple stitched critical seams
  • Shaped waistband with button closure and belt loops
  • Open hand pockets with integrated coin trap
  • 2 rear pockets

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About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

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