Fjallraven Abisko Lite Trekking Pant - Women's

Fjallraven Abisko Lite Trekking Pant - Women's
Fjallraven Abisko Lite Trekking Pant - Women's
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Abisko Lite Trekking Pant - Women's by Fjallraven
From time to time, the most splendid adventures can be found in the most unlikely of places. Built to embark upon the bushwack of a lifetime or the road less taken, the Fjallraven Women's Abisko Lite Trekking Pant offers premium performance and paramount comfort in those otherwise hairy yet exhilarating situations. Constructed with the durable, four-way stretch G-1000 fabric, these pants are equipped with strategic mesh ventilation that encourages optimal body temperature regulation while the lower cuffs are furnished with a rugged G-1000 HeavyDuty fabric that keeps clingy brush and rocks at bay. Not to mention, the Abisko is fashioned with an articulated cut that comes complete with pre-shaped knees and rear as well as a higher-cut rear waistband that discourages that unsavory exposed sensation while squatting or wearing a pack.

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