Men's TREK 700 mountain trekking over-trousers - Dark grey

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Designed for the woman going mountain trekking over several days (Mont Blanc Tour )
Waterproof over-trousers using the combination of a lightweight, breathable fabric and a sturdy fabric to help protect you from the elements.
Size Size guide
  • UK12 EU42 (L31)
  • UK6 EU36 (L30)
  • UK8 EU38 (L31)
  • UK10 EU40 (L31)
  • UK14 EU44 (L31)

Sport Benefits
WaterproofCombination of 2 fabrics resistant to 10,000 mm water pressure after 5 washes
LightweightThe hybrid construction reduces the weight to 380 gr in size M.
DurabilityUse of a robust fabric (147 gr/m2, 70 Denier) on the areas to be protected.
Easy dressingFull length side openings with waterproof double-slider zips
VentilationThe two-slider side zip helps regulate body temperature.
Freedom of movementPreformed knees. Half-elasticated waist adjustable by cord and toggle.
BreathabilityRET < 8 for the lightest fabric, RET < 12 for the most resistant fabric
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Hybrid construction
Combination of a strong and protective fabric (147 gr/m2, 70 Denier) on areas to be protected from friction (knees, lower leg, buttocks) and a light and breathable fabric (109 gr/m2, 20 Denier) elsewhere.
Side zips
Use of a waterproof zip with a double slider to both regulate body temperature and easily put the trousers on without the need to remove shoes. Press-studs at the waist and ankles.
Bottom of trouser leg has an elastic strip with silicone inside to improve the grip on the shoe. Hook at bottom of trouser leg to attach to the laces of the shoe to prevent the over-trousers from riding up while walking.
Water resistance of the fabric
The resistance of a fabric is measured using water pressure expressed in water column mm (test based on ISO 811). The higher the water pressure, the more waterproof the fabric. A component with a waterproof rating of 2,000 mm is able to resist the pressure exerted by 2,000 mm of water (roughly equivalent to a 2 hour rain shower). With a water resistance greater than 10,000 mm, the TREK 700 over-trousers provide an extremely high degree of water resistance.
Water resistance of the over-trousers
The water resistance of the over-trousers was tested under rainfall of 450 litres of water/m²/hour for 4 hours. This test reproduces the conditions of a thunderstorm in the mountains.
Breathability of the fabric
To find out whether a fabric is breathable, we test its evaporative resistance or RET (based on the ISO 11092 standard).The lower the fabric's resistance, the more the water vapour generated by physical activity evaporates, and the higher the fabric's breathability.It is considered that if: * RET < 9 = very breathable fabric * 9 < RET < 12 = breathable fabric Here are the breathability values ​​of the Trek 700 over-trousers: RET < 8 for the lightest fabric RET < 12 for the most resistant fabric
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide (PA) Outer fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Yoke : 100.0% Polyamide (PA)
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Used for 2 to 8 weeks
I didn’t feel that these worked. I think the idea is great, but delivery is poor.
These take a while to put in, and to remove, and when hiking non-stop adjusting to changing weather conditions, it takes 5 minutes or so to get changed, cutting the pace of the hiking. And then if weather changes, it takes again some time more to take them off and store them.

So, if I am to use them as the only trousers, they might do the job, but they are not perfect, as they have no pockets or anything. And walking long distances with them slows the hiking. I often used them on top of trousers. It didn’t heat up a lot, but it made me look a lot bulky, like a was part of a rescue team. I did feel like they slowed me, as these do not seem like they were made for long distance hiking.

I am not impressed with these trousers. Tissue needs to be more flexible, more adjustable to legs. The zippers need to be less stiff and more practical. Or more practical if they are to be used as main trousers (say with long john’s underneath, instead of another pair of trousers).

My hiking partner used a pair of KALENJI MEN'S TRAIL RUNNING WATERPROOF PANTS – BLACK, and I did feel that those fitted him better than the ones I was using. Also, seemed more practical. After my experience, maybe using QUECHUA Techwool 190 Men’s Wool Trousers – Black + the trail running waterproof pants do the job just as well, and if I really want to make it super protected, I can always add on gaiters. This would be less expensive, and maybe a more practical solution, allowing me to keep a more constant and quick pace during the hiking.

United Kingdom
30-39 years old
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