Fjallraven High Coast Hike Long Trouser - Men's

Fjallraven High Coast Hike Long Trouser - Men's
Fjallraven High Coast Hike Long Trouser - Men's
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High Coast Hike Long Trouser - Men's by Fjallraven
One of the things you love most about the morning after setting up camp is the realization that you have all day to do whatever you want and no time table to do so. So wake up, pull on the Fjallraven Men's High Coast Hike Pants, and head out for a morning paddle around the lake. When the rest of your group awakes, you gather to make breakfast and decide on the next activity. Thanks to the pants' lightweight stretch construction, you won't have to change before heading out on a mid-morning hike. With an articulated and gusseted design, these pants are suited to keep you moving comfortably for a full and satisfying day outside.

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