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Deerhunter Lady Roja Trousers

£99.99 GBP

Deerhunter Lady Roja Trousers 

The latest Spring / Summer ladies trouser from innovative Danish brand Deerhunter, the Roja is designed for the rigours of rough terrain and more adventurous hikes

Comfortable, breathable with a great fit and ergonomic design, these versatile high performance trousers are suitable for a wide range of outdoor activities, including dog training and walking, shooting, bird watching etc

Pre shaped knees and reinforced lower legs facilitate movement and protect on tough trails

Fully kitted out with a pocket for every need, including; Two front hip pockets, two thigh cargo pockets with zip closure, knife pocket with thigh pocket, and a back pocket with zip closure

Adjustable ankles - tighten and trim with the velcro strap

Waistband partially elasticated, fitted with belt loops (belt not supplied). Jean button fastening. Zip fly.

Highly practical, and thoughtfully designed, the Lady Roja trouser will not disappoint

Colour; 381 DH Fallen Leaf 

Deerhunter branded with the classic Deer Shield logo

Material composition; Shell 65% Polyamide, 35% Polyester. Contrast Fabric 57% Polyamide / 33% Polyester / 10% Elastane. Reinforcement; 100% polyester

  • Elastic at waist
  • Two front pockets
  • Two thigh pockets with concealed zipper
  • Knife pocket inside the left thigh pocket
  • Back pocket with concealed zipper
  • Pre-shaped knees
  • 4-way stretchable fabric parts for increased mobility and great fit
  • Reinforcement at leg bottom
  • Adjustable at ankles with strap and velcro

Size Guide

Size S M L XL 2XL 3XL
UK Size  8  10   12 14  16 18 20
EU Size  36  38   40 42  44 46 48
inseam length cm  82  82   82 82  82 82 82


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