Keb Gaiter Trouser
Tough enough to bushwack through gnarly brush and thick vegetation, the Fjallraven Keb Gaiter Trouser excels at trekking, climbing, and backpacking with its zip-off legs that double as removable gaiters with lock-down cinch cords. This technical trouser features stretch fabric throughout, giving you plenty of mobility when you're walking through steep, craggy terrain. Adding durability, G-1000 fabric is strategically placed at the rear, front of the legs, and over the knees to resist wear and tear. In addition, the trouser's leg endings have G-1000 Heavy Duty reinforcement, protecting the hems from ripping and fraying.
Loaded with performance features, these trekking trousers have knee-to-hip vents on the outer leg, allowing you to cool down after you've worked up a sweat. The trouser's waist and high hand pockets won't inhibit climbing performance, allowing you to comfortably fit a climbing harness and access zipped-away items without breaking a sweat. Pre-shaped knees and rear quarters are beefed up with extra-strong seams that won't burst when you bust a climbing move or high-step over a trailside impediment.
- A technical pant for pushing you to the peak
- G-1000 Eco fabric is lightweight and durable
- Stretch construction provides full range of motion
- Zippers above the knee can double as gaiters
- Zippered vents allow airflow to keep you cool
- Regular fit
- Item #FJR00NQ
- Q & A
Best Pants I've Ever Owned
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 33-34 US
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 190lbs
These are by far the best pants I have ever owned. Super comfortable, not too baggy, a nice stretch where you need it, and durable. I have worn the pairs that I own hundreds of times and they are holding up well.. The functionality of the zip off gaiters is amazing for backpacking, as it eliminates carrying extra gear. The vented shorts are nice for shedding heat in the middle of the day. They run slightly big due to the stretch factor, but thats a bonus for layering in my book. All in all, the pricetag is hard to swallow, but if you can get them on sale you will not regret the purchase.
Backcountry's website is not accurate.
I ordered these twice, and twice I was sent the longer fit even though Backcountry's website clearly states this is a regular fit. Other Fjallraven pants on the Backcountry site are very clear on the long and regular inseam but some how these must have been missed. Just know if you are ordering these, they are the longer inseam.