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Product Code: A2B12813

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  • Beluga

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Product Information

An ideal part of any mountaineering wardrobe

These midweight Women's Vector Pants utilise the Matrix DWS fabric to provide wind and water resistance to keep you protected when you need it. They are also highly durable and can be used alone in warmer weather or as part of a layering system in cooler weather making them an ideal part of any mountaineering wardobe.

Product Features

  • Fabric: Midweight Matrix DWS (92% nylon 6, 8% spandex)
  • YKK zipped fly
  • Snap waist band closure
  • Tricot lined waist band
  • Removable integrated webbing belt with Duraflex push buckle
  • 2 YKK zipped hand pockets
  • 1 YKK zipped thigh pocket
  • Knee articulation
  • Regular fit
  • Weight: 380g

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Ann

Ruthin 66 yrs female
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I have two pairs of rab treklite pants and was told by rab that these are the same fit but they don't come anywhere near. they sit more on the hip which I don't think are comfortable when walking or climbing hills and they seem to be baggy in the 'waistline' so they sit comfortably.
I returned these as they were not up to expectation.
Confirmed purchase: 31 March 2015
Published on: 10 May 2015