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The North Face Kapiti Pant (2012)

£75.00

Great-looking trousers with a flattering slimline fit. The stretch nylon fabric is very comfortable, although they’re only available in one leg length (31in) so they won’t fit everybody. They feel great to walk in and the soft, lightweight fabric breathes well and glides easily over the skin. They offer good wind resistance too, although the fabric has no DWR treatment ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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The North Face Outbound Pant 2011

£75.00

The The North Face Outbound Pants weigh 432g (size 38); Tekware fabric is very lightweight, water-resistant, quick-drying; relaxed fit for freedom of movement and style; brushed polyester waistband lining and belt; two map-sized hip pockets plus zipped seat pocket; diamond crotch; knee venting. But no ankle cuff adjustments; free fit may be too free if you prefer a more precise ...

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The North Face Paramount Peak Convertible

£59.00

One of the heavier pants, so good for higher-level walking and cooler weather. They are convertible, though, so can be worn as shorts in warmer weather. The nylon fabric is treated with a good DWR and this resisted rain well throughout the test. The fit was huge, though, with the medium test sample feeling incredibly baggy and very long; and ...

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The North Face Trekker Pant

£45.00

The Trekker are quite light trousers that are cut from a wonderfully soft, stretchy fabric, and they come in a good range of sizes. Beware, though, the sizing is on the generous side. The waist has no stretch, but does have belt loops. They look casual enough for the pub, and are crease-free and ideal for travelling; and in terms ...

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The North Face Apex Hades Stretch Pant

£75.00

These walking trousers are much lighter than most here, which rather pushes them into the summer market. The fabric is comfortably thin and benefits from having four-way stretch. However, what is perhaps more important is that you get reinforcement on the seat, knees and inner leg, and ankle. This means that while these are thin and lightweight, they are also ...

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The North Face Apex Trekking Pant

£70.00

These women’s walking trousers have an elasticated, comfy, lined waist with belt; press stud fly, three zipped pockets – two hip and one thigh; comfortable two-way stretch fabric and articulated knees; drawcord ankle cuff adjustment and zip ventilation. But the ankle cuff is fussy (there’s a drawcord, a zip and press stud); if for ventilation it could have been located ...

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The North Face Paramount Insulated Pant

£65.00

These winter trousers from The North Face are a spot-on fit, soft against the skin and sufficiently casual to wear in the high street without looking too outdoorsy. They have belt loops, but no elastic in the waist. Very warm and quite heavy, they are best suited to very cold conditions. The DWR coating keeps rain at bay well, and ...

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