|Style||Vidda Pro Ventilated Trs W Reg|
|Material Composition||65% Polyester, 35% Cotton|
|Outer Material||Synthetic Fiber|
|Item Model Number||89330|
|Package Dimensions||37.6 x 24.6 x 3 cm; 550 Grams|
Fjallraven Women's Vidda Pro Ventilated TRS W Reg Sport Trousers
- Technical trekking trousers
- Generous Hip-to-knee ventilation zippers
- Reinforced knees with openings for knee pads (an accessory). gusset in stretch fabric for extra freedom of movement
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Durable trekking trousers with technical features, made from Wind and water resistant G-1000 eco. The model is based on our best-selling Vida Pro but has improved Ventilation options and a new, slightly slimmer fit that still has Great freedom of movement. The Buttoned strap adjustments at the leg endings can be removed and there are numerous practical pockets and details - such as a knife pocket on the right-hand leg and a loop For an axe on the side of the waist.
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In Goldylocks fairytale fashion, I tried nearly all models for women (Nikka, Abisko, Vidda, Vidda Pro.) All fit differently and had their own perks. The Vidda Pro was the only one that fit all of my parameters. Gusseted crotch to put a stop to camel-toe on the trail, adjustable ankles to keep snow out or let air in, and dual vents from hip to knee so these can 4-season pants. I am 5' 6.5" and 133lbs with an exactly 28.5" natural waist, the size 36 fit like a skin tight glove. I prefer a little more breathing room so jumped up to a size 38 and boyo are they perfect. Just enough wiggle room to wear a good base layer if needed underneath and still make my butt look cute.
I did order these through Amazon from a third-party seller called Backcountry and the return process is not nearly as easy as a typical Amazon return. The process is a little bumpy and they actually recommend that you start the return and then buy the size you need so that you get them faster, which seems a little weird tbh. For the slightly-too small pant I had to make a call to Backcountry and get a return authorization number and completely different UPS return label. Currently still waiting to be refunded at this time. Will update when return process is complete.