It's day three of your trek in the rugged mountains and one thing is for sure, the hardwearing Fjallraven Keb Touring Trousers you're wearing are holding up better than your tired legs. The robust stretch fabric is reinforced on heavy wear areas so you can kneel, slide, ski, and hike without worrying about tearing your trousers. As the Keb Trousers are treated with PFC-free DWR, you stay weather-resistant while knowing the environment is being treated as well as you are in these pants. With articulated legs and a gusseted crotch, these trousers will have you cruising around in rough terrain with the freedom of movement that makes your baselayer jealous. When your cruising gets a little too intense or a boot pack has you burning hot, dump some of that excess heat with side zips to keep cool and energized. All your gear is in place and easy to access with loops at your waist so you're ready for whatever the topography throws at you. If the landscape is begging for a ski tour, the leg endings with side zippers are wide enough to fit over your favorite pair of touring boots.
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