- Heel tape
- Double seat
- 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
- Fastening: Belt
- Loose Fit
- Double knee
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- Item Weight : 550 Grams
- Date First Available : 25 Jan. 2018
- Manufacturer : Craghoppers
- Item model number : CMJ100
- ASIN : B07D9ZKD21
- Department : Men's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,126 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
- Customer reviews:
These Craghoppers kiwi men's trousers easy to care for and are lightweight but hard-wearing and durable. They are reinforced at the seat and the knees to make sure they last when you need them most.
The Craghoppers kiwi trousers come with solar dry technology, meaning you can get out and enjoy the sun without being harmed by the UV rays around. This uses Nano technology to lock out water and to allow repellency at the very fibre of the fabric.
Craghoppers have designed the kiwi walking trousers with a variety of pockets suitable for any walker including a mobile phone holder, OS map holder as well as a design of trouser that lasts with reinforced fabric patches and an inbuilt belt.
The Craghoppers kiwi trousers also come with smart dry nano water repelling finish to ensure that the Craghoppers Kiwi walking trousers can withstand damp and wet conditions with ease.
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The back pockets are barley wide enough to get a hand in and the included belt is just laughable. Very poor quality.
The material is very thin and there are a lot of loose threads from the stitching. The lining of the pockets is also very thin and it will be a coin toss between them and the zips that go first.
Very comfy though, clever pocket layout, but the quality does not justify the price point IMO.
If you're a slender person I would stay away from this fit and maybe try the active fit.
Present day size 38 is tighter than older ones of size 36 but sizing varies a little bit from pair to pair as I found out in a bricks 7 mortar store during 2019. Some size 38 fitted, some didn't.
Also noted present day trousers are made of thinner material than ones a few years ago - again I compared new ones which were not worn or washed from a few years ago which had labels on, i.e. I compared like with like.
I keep persevering trying to find ones which fits because I like the quick drying poly cotton, the large map pocket (for air tickets, passports & boarding passes) and the zipped pockets; features which are useful during travelling in unknown countries before joining whichever vessel to go offshore. While offshore, these go into the ship's laundry every few days and they stand up to the wear & tear in the machines.
Anyway had to return these because Amazon didn't put on the web site these were Long so ordered thinking they were Regular.
I've worn Rohan clothing for over 20 years but can no longer justify their ridiculous prices and have been looking for an alternative for sometime. The Craghoppers trousers that I've purchased are comparable to Rohan in comfort, style and quality and represent good value.
This seam is double sewn (two rows of stitching) and is very scratchy, and it rubs up and known on the knee with every step.
This is both uncomfortable and irritating and so this poor design feature caused the trousers to be returned - and (unusually for Amazon ) - this has to be at my own expense - so I would like to make any other unsuspecting buyers aware that if this stitching is also likely to annoy you - don't buy them - as it will cost you good money to return this un-wearable item!
Plenty of pockets for storage and two zipped safety pockets should you need them.
Depending on where you buy them some of the plastic belt buckle designs are more robust than others. I tend to swap the belts out with more sturdy Karrimor nylon belt.
I bought these for my son to wear on his D of E expedition. They survived barbed wire, cow pats, the hottest summer days and down pours.
Superb value too.