Fjällräven – KEB Pants Review

The Fjällräven KEB pants is a technically advanced pair of trekking trousers with optimized fit and carefully planned details.

Thought for hiking, where freedom of movement is at least as important as durability and protection against sharp rocks and more.

Therefore, for example, the rear og the pants and the knees are made with an extra strong back seam.

Therefore, the pants are equipped with durable G-1000 Eco material on the seat area, the lower front legs, above the knees and on the bottom inside leg, where they are also reinforced with double fabric to withstand wear from hiking boots.

The inner seam is removed and replaced with one piece in order to reduce the wear.

A ventilation opening with zippers from knee to hip and along the lower legs releases excess heat.

The pants are equipped with two leg pockets, one zippered, the other with pocket flap and an interior mesh pocket for small items.

High-placed hand pockets keep contents in place, even when you sit down.

The pants have a strap-buckle in the leg endings and a hook that can be attached in hiking boots or the laces.

Weight: 630 g / size. M
Material: G-1000, Polyamide
Shell: G-1000® Eco: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
Stretch: 63% Polyamide, 26% Polyester, 11% Elastane
Waist: Mid Waist
Reinforcements: Yes
Anatomically shaped knees: Yes