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The Fjall Raven Keb trousers also have durable G-1000 Eco at the seat, the front of the legs, knees and on the inside bottom of the legs, with double layer fabric for reinforcement against wear from hiking boots. A zippered ventilation opening from knee to hip and along the calf releases excess heat. The trouser fly is also extended to enable extra ventilation. Two leg pockets, one zippered and the other with a flap and inner mesh pocket for small items. High hand pockets hold their contents even when sitting down. Strap adjustment with buckle on the cuffs and boot hooks to attach to ski or hiking boots.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Your leopard-print tights might be awesome, but they don't really have the chops for technical trekking and mountaineering. Fjallraven's Keb Men's Trouser, on the other hand, is made of stretchy synthetic fabric and reinforced with G-1000 Eco panels for serious freedom of movement and durability. The knees are articulated and have extra-song seams so you don't blow them out, and zippered vents and an extended fly help keep you cool if the going gets hot. Fjallraven also included adjustable cuffs with boot hooks to keep grass, dirt, and snow from sneaking down into your socks, and threw in front cargo pockets and hand pockets to keeps maps, snacks, and gear handy so you don't have to stop and unload when you have serious ground to cover.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
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