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- Durable trekking trousers
- Reinforcements across the rear and knees
- 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
- Barents Pro
- Long fit
- Hand pockets, map pocket, multirole pocket, internal phone pocket
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- Product Dimensions : 5.08 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm; 571.53 Grams
- Release date : 7 Nov. 2016
- Date First Available : 9 Mar. 2016
- Manufacturer : Fjallraven
- Item model number : F81761-Black-Black-44
- ASIN : B00M2XD45Q
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
The Barents pro trousers for men are Made of soft polyester and cotton that offer comfort and the G-1000 original makes them water resistant and durable. Designed with a long fit that offers perfect balance of freedom of movement. Crafted with an elastic waistband with a mid rise. They are equipped with several practical pockets for extra storage when needed. The long length provides better coverage. The logo is noticeable for an authentic style.
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They're also endorsed by Woodlore, the website run by the bushcraft expert Ray Mears.
I would consider these to be genuine bushcraft kit, a level above your typical outdoor trouser in terms of style, longevity, comfort and ability to handle bad weather.
Having said that, I was very displeased with my order. I was sent grey instead of grey/dark-grey. So the trousers did not have the knee pad affect shown in the photo. Also, I ordered '50' but was sent '50-long' which is miles too long for me. While I did not order 'long' and was surprised to receive it, just be aware that I'm 6-3 [34-34] and the 'long' wraps almost to the ball of my foot. Disappointed, always difficult buying Fjällräven kit due to the poor availability...
Why only four stars? The dropped waist can be uncomfortable after wearing a long time, especially if you have a heavy duty belt. Silly - these are not a fashion item. A high waist would be great - as well as warmer.
The axe pocket on the left leg has a bottom opening, which reduces its versatility. I'm not sure I'd trust it with anything else important but it's too narrow to be useful for much else - like a solid torch. The pockets are lacking in versatility generally and the axe pocket throws the left hand ones forward, as if the whole is designed for a right handed person. I normally wear 5.11s and have maybe become too used to them but their pocket arrangement is perfect as far as I'm concerned. These pockets are either too narrow or too deep - or the legs too tight - to swallow things in line with their potential capacity. I miss the 5.11 hip pockets that can take a map, water bottle or even a mini iPad when I'm flying. The top two side pockets are about the best but aren't deep enough to really feel secure and have no fastenings. The right handed leg pocket is big enough for a map and has a smaller pocket inside that could take a compass. But carrying a map there can be uncomfortable and the compass does not feel secure either. The left leg pocket is backed by another very large one but that compromises both. If you fill one, say with a hat and scarf, you reduce capacity in the other. I almost need a manual to know what the designers were thinking the pockets might be useful for, as they don't work for me yet. Maybe some more miles will see me find a way.
I bought the branded knee pads and they are ridiculously wide - you feel like you're wearing clown trousers. The fact the opening is at the bottom for these means narrower ones will fall out - another odd design choice.
So some definite room for improvement but still a great pair of pants that will be my winter go-tos for I suspect many years to come given the quality of material and workmanship. I'll just carry a belt pouch for the bits that don't fit nicely in any of the pockets.
One last annoyance. The three leg pockets have solid poppers but the waist has a "normal" button and buttonhole. Why not a popper as well to be consistent? One day I suspect I'll try to pop it and just pull it off.
Apart from that, very comfy and practical.
I would not like to fight the man that these fit, I had them reduced in length by 6.5 inchs.
Eventually I thought to myself "Crikey, I'd better get another pair or people will think I don't change my clothes!"
These are my second pair, and I expect them to be exactly the same as the first, durability wise.
The only downside is that unless you're a giant you're probably going to have to take 3-4 inches off the leg length, or if you can't maybe find someone helpful who can.
Not a fault because they're purposely made so they fit all heights. Other than that they're perfect, and well worth the outlay.