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Product number: QFB-16

These shorts are surprisingly lightweight and stretchy, with an emphasis on ease of movement.
It is water-repellent, making it ideal for outdoor activities such as mountain climbing, hiking, camping, and playing in the river in the summer. The
logo is made of reflective material, and the zip back pocket is convenient for storing keys and coins, so it is also recommended for jogging.
It's not too long or too short, just above the knee.
The waist drawcord adjustment, which is also a design point, makes it surprisingly easy to adjust the waist.

The STEEL color is GRAY, which is close to BLACK, and the INK color is BLUE, which is close to NAVY.

Outer fabric: Matrix™ 85% nylon, 15% polyurethane DWR durable water repellent finish
Weight: 166g


Width: M/38 cm, L/39 cm
Inseam:M/19 cm, L/19 cm
Watari: M/28 cm, L/29 cm
Hem Width: M/24 cm, L/26 cm

*Rab authorized distributor (LandR) are all UK sizes.

We know that the feeling of wearing may differ slightly depending on your preference, but we recommend that you choose one size smaller than your usual Japanese size.

*This product will be delivered by click post, so we cannot accept delivery at a specified date and time.

What is Rab?
Rab, named for its founder Robert's affinity, was founded in England in 1981 by Robert Carrington at his home. The brand started when he started making high-quality, functional down jackets and sleeping bags using two sewing machines in his attic.
A world-famous European outdoor brand that develops high-quality clothing and sleeping bags specializing in extreme cold environments and alpine mountaineering around the world.
It has received tremendous support from European and American consumers, including being awarded the Editor's Choice (the best product of the year selected by experts) from the American mountaineering magazine BACKPACKER many times.