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svalbard heavy duty Shorts (M)

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$ 195
£ 135
fr. 179
$ 239
kr. 1159
kr 1499
kr 1499
¥ 20520
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Weight 540 gr.

The svalbard heavy duty Shorts are durable outdoor shorts made to withstand rough days in rough terrain. These shorts are made in a below-the-knee length with strong, long-lasting nylon fabrics – securing great protection and comfort.

Both seat and knees are protected with water resistant material for extra weather protection. The shorts offer details like full thigh venting and a Custom-Fit Waist system™.

A little wear and tear never scared off these future classics. It´s heavy duty shorts, for sure.

Model nr. 2424-19

Made for

  • General outdoor use
  • Other areas of use

    • Mountaineering
    • Climbing
    • Casual use
    • Ski touring / Randonnée
    • Trekking
    • Freeride mountain biking


    • Recycled Fibers

      Recycled Fibers

      More than 50% of the synthetic fibers in this product are recycled.
    • Oeko-Tex Certified Fabric

      Oeko-Tex Certified Fabric

      Oeko-Tex® is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system which secures chemical use is in line or surpassing national and international regulations and standards.
    • PFC Free DWR

      PFC Free DWR

      The impregnation used on this product is free of Fluorocarbons. (DWR = Durable Water Repellent).
    • Bluesign Certified Fabric

      Bluesign Certified Fabric

      Bluesign® tests and educates textile mills to eliminate harmful substances from the manufacturing process and sets control standards for a sustainable and safe production.
    • Open Factory List

      Open Factory List

      This product is made in a factory openly listed on
    • Inspected factory

      Inspected factory

      This product is made in a factory inspected by an independent third party and followed up by Norrøna.

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