Timbuktroos [Mens]

Technical walking trousers

€39,99 €54,99

Tough technical hiking trousers: comfortable, fast wicking and quick drying for hill-walking, travel and adventure

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Timbuktroos [Mens] Technical walking trousers

€39,99 €54,99

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Regular cut, tough, technical walking trousers. Cut for well-fitting comfort with freedom of movement. Fast wicking and quick drying with UPF 50+ sun protection make them a cool choice for backpacking, alpine trekking and travel. The performance fabric is light to the touch and extremely packable for minimalist adventures. YKK zipped fly with a button waist closure and double stitched critical seams for durability.

There are plenty of pockets to stash your stuff or sink your hands into while posing in your favourite catalogue shot pose. Open hand pockets on the front with partial mesh lining, open rear pockets and a YKK zipped thigh cargo pocket. There is also a security pocket in one of the front pockets, but don’t tell everyone.

Timbuktroos have a 32" inseam, however we have left a deep plain hem so you can easily make length alterations.


Key Features

  • Wicking and quick drying fabric
  • Security pocket inside right hand pocket
  • Double stitched critical seams for durability
  • UPF 50+ for sun protection
  • Deep plain hem (for easy length alteration if required)
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

Origin: China

Size Guide


Measure around your waist at the narrowest part.

S 30 76 46 36
M 32 81 48 38
L 34 86 50 40
XL 36 91.5 52 42
XXL 38 96.5 54 44

Leg Length Size

Measure from the top of your inside leg at the crotch to the floor. Where not stated size is regular.

Short 30 76
Regular 32 81
Long 34 86
Walk Magazine Test the Timbuktroos

Ideal for walking in warm weather


The Details

Timbuktroos in action