Fjallraven Vidda Pro Pants

Fjallraven Vidda Pro Pant - Men's

Fjallraven

$149.99 CAD $209.95 CAD

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  • Durable hiking pants for adventures in the mountains and forest. Made using durable wind and water-resistant G-1000® fabric with a double layer over the rear and knees. Regular waist (mid waist) and regular fit with pre-shaped knees. Six practical pockets including a map pocket and an axe pocket. Elastic strap adjustment with press buttons on leg endings. Equipped with knee pad pockets (an accessory).

  • Name Vidda Pro
    SKU 81760
    Concept Trekking
    Activity Trekking
    Gender Men
    Fit Regular Fit
    Waist Mid waist
    Map Pocket Yes
    Preshaped Knees Yes
    Reinforcements Yes
    Adjustable Leg Endings Yes
    Knife Pocket Yes
    Leg Type Full leg
    Leg Ending Fixed length
    Consumer Material G-1000
    Outer Material G-1000® Original: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
    Environmental Info Natural Impregnation
    Contains Animal Origin Yes

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Gary
Great Hiking Pant

"Great Hiking Pant" so why only 3 stars? Price mostly. First the good, as hiking pants these are great. The fit is snug which is great for long hours on the trail. The numerous pockets are well thought out and the double knees and seat are great for breaks or scrambling over rocks and such. I like the adjustable cuffs for keeping out bugs and keeping in heat in cold weather. Wax them up and they are almost too warm for all but the coldest weather, at least for me. The bad, at least for me. I bought them as an all around pant with canoe camping in mind and find them too snug for all the different stuff you do around camp as well as for canoeing. Also, the waist is a little low, not like a low rise waist or anything just a little low. In addition I haven't found them exceptionally durable either, several burn holes as well as a hole from a tent peg in my pocket, stuff that wouldn't bother me in an $80 pair of pants but does in a $160 pair. If you are more of a hiker, backpacker or just like a snugger fit these might be right for you if you don't mind the price.