NOW: £35.00 RRP: £70.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £70.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £70.00

Product Code: 17240065

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  • Beluga
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The Treklite Pants are weather resistant, mid weight softshell pants ideal for walking, trekking and general outdoor activities. These Rab outdoor trousers are constructed from hard-wearing, quick drying double weave fabric. This is a stretch fabric that offers active fit and weather resistance whilst maintaining breathability. They are a great all-round choice for outdoor activities.


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


FREE UK STANDARD DELIVERY on ALL orders 31st Oct - 2nd Nov 2014

Product Features

  • Fabric: Matrix DWS (92% nylon, 8% elastane)
  • Snap waistband closure
  • Tricot lined waistband
  • Webbing belt with Duraflex buckle
  • 2 zipped side pockets (with key clip in right pocket)
  • Zipped thigh pocket
  • Knee articulation
  • Fit: Regular
  • Weight: 465g

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2 Customer reviews for this product

 
What a 'find'
Reviewed By Bernie, 28 Oct 2014

Was looking for some light trekking pants when I found these RAB Treklite at C./C. Bought them on RAB's reputation and boy, am I pleased. Great fit - so light, like a second skin - comfortable and do what they're supposed to.
Good enough for evenings as well.
Have just made second purchase.

 

 

 
One of the best pants
Reviewed By Kostas, 09 Mar 2014

Bought a pair about 2 years ago during my visit at the Scottish highlands, I just loved the pants, fantastic fit, fantastic freedom, light yet good protection.
When cotswoldoutdoor made them available at this price I bought a second one, those pants work fantastic on light rain, you can wear them nearly all year long, cold winters might require a base layer under them, but still they hold up very well.