Product number: 101441
Pants designed for all year round based on Karima's standard rigg shorts for spring and summer
Difficult By adopting a combustible material, it is also useful in camping scenes that handle fire such as bonfires.
Equipped with a total of 6 pockets of various sizes for excellent storage.
The outer pocket is sized to hold a 0.5L PET bottle.
By installing a belt loop, it prevents it from sliding down even when you put your luggage in your pocket.
A piece that can be used in any life scene.
The side pockets that open wide can be used to store not only small items such as sunglasses and maps, but also lightweight outerwear.
Equipped with 5 pockets including the organizer pocket.
Various large-capacity pockets on both sides that can be used like sub-bags with drawcords to handle sudden increases in luggage.
flame-resisting Taffeta (Polyester 100%)
Specially made: flame retardant, Antibacterial, antibacterial and deodorant
Waist: M/82cm, L/86cm, XL/90cm
Hips: M/114cm, L/118cm, XL/122cm
Watari: M/36.5cm, L/37.5cm, XL/38.5cm
Inseam: M/71cm, L/73cm, XL/75cm
Hem Width: M/18.5cm, L/19.5cm, XL/20.5cm
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What is KARRIMOR
Karrimor is an outdoor brand from England, the birthplace of alpinism.
The origin of the word is "carry more".
Calrimor was founded in 1946 by Charles and Mary Parson as a cycling bag manufacturer.
Its tough and functional reputation soon reached climbers.
In 1957, the company entered the rucksack field.
At the same time as developing cutting-edge products that meet the goals of top climbers, we began supporting the challenges of many climbers and adventurers.
We have collaborated with world-class climbers and have released many innovative products.
Their spirit of challenge and the feedback from them is why Karrimor is not just an outdoor brand, but lives with climbers...or alpinism itself.
From the introduction of the first climbing backpack to the present day, Karrimor continues to take on countless challenges to the world's highest peaks, polar regions, and rainforests.