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Ayacucho Womens Naryn Trousers

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The Women's Naryn Trousers from Ayacucho are practical and functional trousers with hidden qualities, the perfect companion for your future adventures. There are plenty of pockets to keep your valuables secure as well as 2 hidden pockets for enhanced safety.

The Vital Protection technology which the fabric has been treated with provides mosquito repellent to keep the bugs at bay, as well as UPF 50+ sun protection to keep you safe throughout the day. The fabric is also anti-bacterial which stops odour causing bacteria from building up and creating an unpleasant smell on your clothing. The quick drying capabilities are ideal for making you comfortable quicker after getting caught in a down pour or having to cross a stream or river.

They are shrink and fade resistant to ensure they can travel with you for more than just a few trips while still looking great.

  • Fabric: 100% nylon supplex
  • Insect repellent
  • UPF 50+
  • Quick drying
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Shrink and fade resistant
  • 9 pockets:
    • 2 zipped rear pockets
    • 2 press stud cargo pockets
    • 2 hand pockets, 1 with additional interior pocket
    • 1 zipped hidden pocket
    • 1 hook & loop hidden pocket
  • Belt loops
  • Zipped fly with button waist
Product Code: A4B14776
Man and woman standing next to water wearing Ayacucho clothing.

Deep in the heart of the Andes Mountains is the region of Ayacucho. A traditional farming community, many families here live below the poverty line. However, despite facing daily hardship, the people of Ayacucho embrace whatever the world can throw at them. It was from this spirit of determination that the Ayacucho range was born.

 

Ayacucho clothing is inspired by the people of the region, and designed with a focus on responsible sourcing and technological advancement.  Combining comfort and style, Ayacucho clothing is ideally suited to any environment- whether you’re tackling the trek to work or climbing Snowdon.