Haglofs Rugged Flex Pant - Men's

Haglofs Rugged Flex Pant - Men's
Haglofs Rugged Flex Pant - Men's
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Rugged Flex Pant - Men's by Haglofs
Designed to hold up through your most epic adventures, the Haglofs Men's Rugged Flex Pant is a rugged, hard-working pant that can keep up with tough treks while protecting you from the elements. Whether you're on a peak-bagging mission or backpacking deep into the wild, the stretchy Climatic fabric allows comfortable movement, and FlexAble knee and seat reinforcements beef up durability without restricting mobility. The fluorocarbon-free DWR finish repels light rain and muddy splashes without harming the environment, and this pant is also bluesign-approved, meaning construction of it was certified to be easier on workers and the environment. Tapered legs won't snag on branches and brambles, and the adjustable hems let you hike up the legs securely when you're biking or stumble upon an irresistible bouldering problem you just have to climb.

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