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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Kuhl Trekker Shorts are the ideal combination of durability and comfort you will ever find in a women's pair of shorts. Exclusive Durakuhl stretch fabric bridges the gap with ease and style so you can be comfortable while you are out hiking or at the cafe for a quick, refreshing bite after your activities. Cargo pockets and a wide waistband round out these features. Materials: 65 percent cotton, 30 percent nylon, 5 percent spandex: Inseam: 10.25 in.. Available Colors: Graphite or Khaki

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

When you take a day hike and or spend the afternoon at the crag, the Kuhl Women's Trekker Shorts couldn't be happier. These long shorts love to be outside as much as you do. The Trekker's cotton feels soft and keeps you cool while the nylon adds durability and makes these shorts quick-drying. Kuhl also added spandex so you can comfortably go for that heel hook.

- Backcountry.com

Need durable shorts but aren't willing to sacrifice comfort or performance? The K� hl Trekker Shorts, with Durak� hl stretch fabric bridges the gap with ease and style. When you're done bouldering, going out for a bite won't be a style problem.Durak� hl 65% cotton, 30% nylon, 5% spandex stretch fabric.Just the right amount of stretch for pure comfort.Exclusive patina finish for the "lived in" look.Cargo pockets.Wide waistband for comfort.Inseam 10.25 in.Easy care.

- Campmor

Kuhl Trekker Short

previously retailed for:
$28.98 - $57.95

The Kuhl Trekker Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 1, 2011 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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