Travel Trousers

It's no secret that Cimalp's versatile trekking trousers are light, sturdy and stretchable. Featuring effective fabrics such as 3D-Flex®, Kevlar®, ripstop,
practical solutions such as anti-mosquitoes coating or zip-off legs, no doubt you will find the right model for all seasons.

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What do I need to know before buying a pair of trousers for travelling?

Which travel trousers will be best for you? One of the first considerations is what sort of weight of trousers you want. If you’re not overly reliant on them for warmth, lightweight models have a huge amount going for them. 

Look for a pair with preformed areas and the use of stretch materials: these maximise your freedom of movement and comfort, and while they may be light, the use of innovative technical fabrics means they can still be incredibly durable. And if you do need to wash your trousers or they get wet, it’s good to know they’ll be dry again and ready to wear in double quick time – especially if they don’t require ironing.

When it comes to your travel legwear, versatility is the name of the game: technical travel trousers can combine a range of treatments to protect you against mosquitoes, as well as sun, rain and wind.


Travel trousers: some features worth considering 

Pockets – number and configuration

Zip-off lower leg sections

Weight of material /warmth

UV protection

Special treatments: antibacterial, anti-odour and anti-stain

Anti-mosquito treatment

Water repellency

If you equip yourself with a pair with zip-off lower leg sections, you can convert your trousers into shorts. It can be a pain if you’re out on a trek and you have to remove your hiking boots first though, so lookout for trouser legs with side zips to make changing over easy. If you like airflow around your lower legs you could simply opt for cropped travel trousers – we consider these a must-have basic.

Pockets are another key feature of travel trousers, with any number of configurations on offer. Side cargo pockets can be very handy for larger items, zipped outer pockets for valuables that you need to keep handy, and a secret inner pocket or two for your most crucial items. Take all these factors into account when you buy your travel trousers, and you’ll never look back.