Fjallraven Eco-Tour Trousers - Women's

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Free Shipping. Fjallraven Women's Eco-Tour Trousers DECENT FEATURES of the Fjallraven Women's Eco-Tour Trousers Three-layer shell trousers in Eco-Shell Made from recycled and recyclable polyester with soft, brushed inside A slightly warmer shell garment for many types of outdoor activities Wind and waterproof with good breathability The detachable snow lock in the leg endings is practical when trudging through deep snow Classic waist with fly and detachable, adjustable elastic braces Velcro adjustments at the waist and slightly higher cut in the back to minimize drafts at the lower back Two-way, full-length zippers in the sides release excess heat and make it easier to put on/take off the trousers Multiple pockets, including a pocket on the legs large enough for a map and a mobile phone pocket Pre-shaped knees with pockets for knee pads (an accessory) Boot hooks that can be attached to ski/hiking boots to hold the trouser leg in place Two layers of material on the inside of the lower leg provide extra durability Reflective stripe on the back Environmentally friendly membrane that is climate compensated and completely free from harmful fluorocarbons The SPECS of the Fjallraven Women's Eco-Tour Trousers Weight: 29.0 oz Lining: 100% polyester Consumer Material: Waterproof (ECO-SHELL) Material: 100% polyamide, 100% Recyled polyester

- Moosejaw

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The Fjallraven Women's Eco-Tour Trousers is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 17, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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