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Reach the summit no matter what.
It's pretty disappointing when you reach the final mile of your hike only to see the trail covered in deep mud—unless you have the Fjallraven Men's Long Keb Gaiter Trouser. Fjallraven comprised this technically advanced trouser out of G-1000 Eco and Heavy Duty fabrics for reliable resistance against abrasion, dirt, and light rain. This waxed fabric can be re-waxed for optimal protection throughout the seasons. Like ski pants, the Kep Gaiter Trouser features zippers from knee to hip for ventilated airflow in warmer weather. Hidden hooks under each cuff keep the trouser secure over your hiking boots, and the adjustable cuffs enhance the fit despite the pant's long length.
- Technically advanced trekking trousers for muddy trails
- G-1000 Eco and Heavy Duty fabrics for water-resistance
- Zippered ventilation opening from knee to hip
- Hidden hooks secure pant cuffs over boots
- Adjustable leg endings enhance secure fit
- Q & A
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 50
I love these pants. They stretch in all the right places, yet are durable in all the right places too. I have put them to the test numerous times and have not ever had any issues with them. Even when it was 80 degrees up in the Tetons, I still had these pants as my go to's. They have a side vent zippers, which is not often found on pants like this, so that makes thee an easy pick on just about any adventure. I would that they are almost perfect, but there is still one cautionary about them and one tweak I would like to see. The thing to be aware of is that having the synthetic stretch in the back, always makes me feel as though my pants are slipping down and the moon is about to come out. After a couple of days of wearing them, I got used to this knowing that they are still right where I need them to be, for everyone else's sake. The one tweak I would like to see on these is a back pocket. The front cargo pockets are great and allow for plenty of pocket space, but I just like storing things in my back pockets (gloves, keys, etc).
The fit on Fjallraven can be a bit tricky, and I did find that these seemed to have stretched out after a couple wears, but nothing too much to need a size down at all. Feel free to reach directly out to me with any questions on these pants or anything else on the site!