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Scotland's Bike Shop | Since 1989
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North Ridge's Yangon Trouser combines comfort with a practicality that is ideal for long walks and treks.
Made from lightweight and quick-drying polyester spandex, with a comfortable elastic waistband and a four way stretch for ease of movement, the trousers also feature plenty of pocket space for your items - an excellent choice for outdoor excursions.
Product code: APTRY1TI0624 | Colour: Grey
• Comfortable elastic waistband with belt loops
• Quick drying polyester spandex fabric
• Four way stretch for comfort and movement
• Five pockets including 1 YKK zipped thigh pocket
• One hidden side zip pocket
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