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Even without a membrane, the material is lightly brushed on the inside and wind and water repellent. The pre-shaped knees and an elastic insert in the back of the knee ensure plenty of freedom of movement and breathability. The seat and inner leg are reinforced with abrasion-resistant material. 2 hand pockets, a zippered leg pocket, Velcro waist adjustment and belt loops round out these softshell pants that combine well with the Qimsa Hoody. Both products are certified according to the highest environmental standard bluesign®. The VAUDE Green Shape label stands for an environmentally friendly, functional product made from sustainable materials.
Features - Qimsa II Softshell Pants
- Highly elastic
- Water and wind resistant
- Seat reinforcement made of 2-layer material
- Preformed knees
- Abrasion resistant trim on inner leg and hem
- Elastic material
- Elastic inserts at knee
- 1 leg pocket with zip
- 2 front pockets
- Elastic waistband with width adjustment
The fabric’s extra dense construction (achieved by weave, finish or processing) makes it 80% windproof. What’s left of the wind is a pleasant, cool breath of fresh air offering unbeatable breathability. This technology is a great choice for windy weather conditions in high-motion mountain and bike sports.
The fabric's stretch comes from either spandex in the fabric or from the type of knit or weave used for the material. This offers maximum freedom of movement.
VAUDE products bearing the Eco Finish been waterproofed in an environmentally-friendly way without fluorocarbons (PFC). PFCs are part of a group of chemical compounds which are used to waterproof the outer layer of many outdoor products. They have come under criticism for being non-biodegradable, bioaccumulative and toxic, and suspected of being harmful to health. VAUDE has made a clear commitment to completely renouncing PFCs.
Green Shape is the VAUDE guarantee for environmentally-friendly products - made from sustainable materials, resource-conserving manufacturing and fair production.