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Product Features

Men's Mountain Backpacking Merino Wool Leggings Trek 500 is designed for

Looking for a comfortable anti-odor base layer? These long-lasting reinforced Merino wool leggings are ideal.

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Abrasion resistant

Use of wool fiber surrounded by polyamide yarn for protection.

Warmth

Tights made of merino wool to provide an extra warm base layer

Odor control

Merino wool naturally helps prevent unpleasant odors.

Moisture wicking

The highly absorbent nature of wool helps keep the body dry

Breathability

Merino wool is breathable and helps maintain the right body temperature.

Freedom of movement

We have added 4% spandex for increased stretch and support.

Ecodesign

Merino wool is a natural and renewable material.

Weight

Weighs just 6.7 oz in size M. Fabric 6.7 oz/m2.

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Not very warm

I bought these for a 10 day trip to Ladakh in October. The decathlon sales person recommended these over the basic Wedge tights and said that these would be warmer as they are made of Merino. Honestly, I didn't feel much warmth with these under the Trek 900 pants. The Wedge base layer is much warmer in my opinion. Also, the elastic band around the waist is horrible with a size S running between 87-92 cms (about 34 to 36 inches). The tights keep running down if not worn with another layer on top to secure them. I don't what size slimmer guys like me are going to get.

Hello Mr. AR
Thank you for taking out time to give your valuable feedback . We are extremely sorry for the bad experience you had. 
We generally recommend Merino wool for long trips like yours because their major benefit is that they are anti bacterial because of the type of wool you can use them for multiple days ,even upto seven days while Backpacking  or Trekking and the product won't develop  any bad odour and also they are warm.
However we really appreciate you writing us about the elastic fault and expressing your dissatisfiction, Please reach out to your nearest Decathlon store and get your product exchanged or refunded.
I hope the information was helpful, kindly write back to me in case of any further queries.  

Gokul BHANDARI
Product Trainer and Passionate Backpacker
10/25/2019
pas encore tester en...

pas encore tester en situation

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Nikel pour l’hiver sous...

Nikel pour l’hiver sous le pantalon de boulot

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rien a redire

rien a redire

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Chaud, confortable, agréable à...

Chaud, confortable, agréable à porter, c'est un excellent collant pour l'hiver, quelque soit son utilisation, marche, vélo ... C'est le plus chaud des collants que j'utilise. Petit bémol : prix relativement élevé ! Mais je recommande ... chaudement !

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Très agréable

Très agréable

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Ne fait pas le travail

Contexte d'utilisation : marche intensive en automne hiver, collants + surpantalon goretex Commençons par les points délicats : - résistance à l'usure très médiocre : la toile au niveau de l'aine se déchire dès les premiers jours de marche et fini par tomber en lambeaux sur une surface équivalente à mes deux mains. j'ai du retourner les collants en magasins plusieurs fois, toujours pour le même problème - serrage insufisant : avec mon faible tour de taille et l'absence de tailles inférieure au "S", les collants ne tiennent pas au niveau de la taille. Il me faut enfiler un T-Shirt voire la polaire en dessous. - maintien thermique limite : sans même parler de situation de gel, le confort thermique que procure incontestablement la laine se heurte rapidement à la faible densité de la toile (190g/m2). Les compromis qualité-coût ok, mais de là à devoir mettre deux couches de collants, non. (Corrolaire à mon premier point relevé sur l'usure rapide ?) Je serais prêt à payer un peu plus seulement pour ce point. Les + : + bien pour un usage domestique dit de confort +++ les qualités du merinos, notament la limitation des odeurs

Bonjour,


Je vous remercie d'avoir pris le temps de nous faire part de votre expérience avec le collant Trek500 ; je vous prie de bien vouloir nous excuser pour le désagrément occasionné lors de son utilisation.


Ce modèle, qui a remplacé depuis cet automne l'ancien collant, utilise un nouveau fil (appelé Béta Spun) dans lequel un micro filament en polyamide entoure la laine afin de la protéger de l'abrasion due aux frottements.


Dans ces conditions, je vous serai reconnaissant de pouvoir nous préciser si il y a eu usure du tissu ou déchirure des coutures.

C'est aussi la raison pour laquelle je vous invite, si cela n'a pas déjà été fait de le rapporter en magasin pour procéder à un échange ou un remboursement.

Ainsi, nous pourrons récupérer votre collant et analyser les causes possible de dégradation du produit.


Pour information, nous avons prévu de compléter notre offre en mérinos par un collant confectionné dans un tissu plus "lourd" pour un apport de chaleur supérieur.

Enfin, la question que vous soulevez sur la disponibilité d'une taille plus petite m'interpelle. A voir comment la proposer à la vente pour en mesurer le potentiel économique.


Cordialement,


Pierre Charraix Chef de Produits Habillement Homme Trekking Montagne

11/18/2019
Correspond à mes besoins...

Correspond à mes besoins quoique les coutures «piquent » un peu

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Produit confortable et chaud.J'adore...

Produit confortable et chaud. J'adore

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Additional Product Information

Composition

Main fabric

  • 86% Wool
  • 10% Polyamide
  • 4% Spandex

Yoke

  • 98% Wool
  • 2% Polyamide

Sizing and fit

These pants have an adjusted cut to facilitate the transfer of moisture to the outside of the textile.4% spandex for comfort and freedom of movement.

Origin of the wool

We only use wool from Merino sheep bred on farms in South Africa that do not practice mulesing. Merino wool is a renewable material; it grows back after each shearing. We use very fine Merino wool for this base layer (18.5 microns): it is very soft and doesn't itch. More information: https://www.forclaz.fr/merinos-bp_1359

Durability

A new yarn structure in which a polyamide yarn forms a thin sheath that protects the merino wool fibers against friction and cuts

Origin

Imported

Product testing

In November 2018, 8 backpackers (4 men and 4 women) and part of the Forclaz design team tested these tights for 4 days in the Southern French Alps (Lus La Croix Haute). You can expect wind, rain, a bit of snow, a bivouac... and a lot of fun! We were able to make the final modifications and validate it for use in mountain backpacking.

 

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