Rab Longitude Shorts

 

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Walking Shorts

The Rab Longitude Short is a versatile beast. The Matrix SW™ (single weave) fabric is very light-weight, quick drying, with a bit of stretch and is ideal for general outdoor use in warm conditions be that walking, climbing, travel or just chilling. In fact you'll find them so comfy you'll probably wear them indoors as well.
On top of all that we've found this fabric and Rab's construction to be pretty darn tough and durable.
Features like the zipped rear pocket that doubles as a storage pouch, the nice contrast detail stitches and freedom of movement due to the cut and fabric combination is sure to make these shorts a favourite with our customers.


  • Weight 166g (size 34”)
  • Regular Fit
  • Matrix SW™ fabric
  • Button closure, part elasticated waistband, belt loops
  • 2 hand pockets with 1 YKK zipped security pocket
  • Key clip inside left pocket
  • 1 YKK zipped rear pocket, doubles as integrated stuff sack
  • Tough and durable flat fell inside leg and back rise seams
  • 30+ UPF

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