Review II - Fjallraven Keb (Trekking) Pant

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A ten-minute review of the Fjallraven Keb trekking pant detailing the features and the benefits of this great piece of kit. This is the second of the five review series covering the layering system for long-distance trekkers.

Product description
Technically advanced trekking trousers with an optimised fit and carefully planned details. Intended for alpine trekking that requires climbing - where mobility is just as important as durability and protection from sharp stones, etc. For this purpose the rear and knees are pre-shaped and have extra strong seams. The trousers also have durable G-1000® Eco at the rear, front of the legs, the knees and on the inside bottom of the legs, where there is also a second layer of fabric for reinforcement against wear from hiking boots. The seam on the inside of the thigh has been moved and replaced by a connecting fabric panel to reduce the risk of chafing and wear.

A zippered ventilation opening from knee to hip and along the calf releases excess heat. The trouser fly is also extended to enable extra ventilation. Two leg pockets with pocket cover flap, one with a zip and one with a mesh pocket inside for bits and bobs. High hand pockets hold their contents even when sitting down. Strap adjustment with button fastening at trouser end plus hook to secure to ski boot or hiking boot.

Check out our guidance on layering outdoor clothing here Layering Outdoor Clothing

Published On: 24th September 2018