Fjallraven – Men’s Vidda Pro Trousers Regular, Dark Olive, 56

September 6, 2019 - Comment
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Durable trekking trousers 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).

Product Features

  • Hardwearing trousers in G-1000.
  • Mid waist and regular fit with pre-shaped knees.
  • Hand pockets, map pocket, multi-tool pocket, internal phone pocket.
  • Pocket suitable for knee pads
  • Adjustment at bottom leg


Anonymous says:

Top rated in Croatia I like these pants. Yes, they’re awfully expensive, but they look really cool, fit well, and are comfortable and practical. I was turned onto Fjallraven by hikers and hunters in the mountains of Croatia, who swear by them for rugged outdoor wear. Lots of very sharp rocks in the Croatian mountains. I can’t go with a five-star rating yet since I can’t report on how well they will hold up, but the Croatians insist they are the only thing they’ll wear for serious work in the mountains. Who am…

Anonymous says:

Extremely comfortable, versatile pants I love these pants, and want to clear some things up. I am a 170lb 5’11” male, I typically wear jeans 33×32. I bought the size 50 EU, and the waist fits great. They are long, so without shoes you will be stepping on the cuffs/buttons unless you cinch them at your ankles. This is a good thing though, because with the gaiter hook they are long enough to effectively block out snow at the ankle. By themselves, these are not going to keep you warm in the winter without some sort of second layer…

Anonymous says:

Need more reinforcement if you are to use them outside the office… I bought these pants for mountaineering. I really like the pockets, the material which is comfortable, and the fact that in some 18 inches of snow my feet never got wet since they served well as gators and I could tighten them below my ankle very well.But, on my first trip out with them on real mountain conditions – they did not behave as expected. I wore a long underwear liner beneath them, and they kept me warm in 10 degree Fahrenheit weather. At the end of the day, we had to…

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