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Men's MTN Guide Alpine Pant - Red/Black

Men's MTN Guide Alpine Pant - Red/Black

This lightweight softshell pant will perform all day and night during an Alpine summer.

SKU: 4A001515HQ5
GBP 130.0

£130.00

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3D Freeflow. Frame. 3D Lumbar Pads. Mesh Heat Transfer.

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Returned due to quality concern

Good design and aesthetic appearance but overall quality is bad. The seam in the rear split after a few uses, not due to fitment as the material & thread pulled away from itself. Poor

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Good Lightweight trousers

These are a great set of trousers for hill walking and climbing. I've used these both Trad Climbing and sport climbing and I was very happy with them. They don't restrict movements so you can easily do a high foot or knee bar when you need and the zipped pockets mean that nothing falls out. The ankle closure is okay, they will accomodate larger B3 boots, but they could reduce the volume a bit better at the ankle for use with climbing shoes. The colour is great as I tend to go with red so that I can easily be seen in poor visibility. These were very good in summer hill walking conditions when it is hot and the waistband is elasticated. I take a small though I still need a belt with these. There are some down sides. The vents could be a bit bigger as my Fjällräven trousers dump heat a little better and the material is not that water-resistant, but they dry fast and are surprisingly quite windproof. The thigh pockets are only on the right side and could be a bit bigger. They can work with a harness but you might need to jiggle yours around so you can get access.

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