Five reasons to choose softshell pants from NORTHFINDER01.03.2021
Modern outdoor trousers protect the legs in changeable weather, shield them from the scrapes of rocks or vegetation and guard against UV radiation and insects.
Modern outdoor trousers protect the legs in changeable weather, shield them from the scrapes of rocks or vegetation, guard against UV radiation and insects while also providing high comfort when wearing them. Different situations and priorities require a specific approach, so we divide our trousers into the following groups:
functional and durable material
technical cut with pre-shaped parts
Wind resistant and waterproof
Management of Internal Moisture
When climbing up a slope, the body can produce more than 1.5 litres of sweat per hour. Even the most breathable membranes run into their limits with the evaporation of internal moisture. Therefore, trousers made of thicker materials have ventilation openings ventilation openings on the thighs or mesh pockets, which remove excess moisture and cool the legs as needed.
Smooth movement without restriction
The comfort of wearing them and unrestricted movement are based on the material elasticity, but the technical cut of the seat, the pre-shaped knees, or a step panel plays the key role. These technical solutions enable a large and at the same time smooth range of motion on cliffs or when climbing over logs. However, the less flexible the material is, the greater impact this has on comfort.
Adjust them to fit perfectly
To ensure that the trousers fit perfectly in all circumstances, we have equipped them with several important parts. The elastic drawstring together with the silicon application fixes the trousers in place. The double-sided Velcro adjustment is practical and additionally offers breathable flexibility, , which you’ll appreciate during more demanding activities. An important part is the adjustment of the lower edges of the trousers by means of a switch button or an elastic drawstring with a brake. The connection with the boot prevents the penetration of dirt or snow.