Lightweight synthetic fabric that wicks the perspiration away from the body
Only 190 g in size M
The synthetic fabric dries quickly when wet with perspiration
2 hand pockets
These trousers have a sporty cut, and provide plenty of freedom of movement, thanks to a mechanical stretch fabric (no elastane). The semi-elasticated waist also provides a better fit on the waist. Finally, belt loops enable you to wear your own belt if you want.
MOISTURE TRANSFER TEST
The capacity of the fabric to wick away perspiration and dry quickly is measured according to several criteria: absorption capacity of the fabric, capacity of the fabric not to saturate with perspiration, speed of drying, etc.
Level 1/5 is suitable for low-intensity activities or activities that don’t generate a lot of perspiration. All our hiking trousers have a performance of 3/5.
WHY CHOOSE RECYCLED POLYESTER?
By recycling plastic bottles or second-hand textiles to produce our polyester, we have reduced the utilisation of oil-based resources while preserving the quality and performance of the material during your mountain hikes. This action reduces these trousers’ carbon impact by 13% compared to the previous model.
Product design: our expertise
Our Quechua global design centre is based in Passy, at the foot of Mont-Blanc in Haute Savoie. This location makes it a real meeting place for our teams (designers, product managers, engineers, etc) and outdoor sports enthusiasts. A great asset for designing your mountain walking products and providing you with all our expertise.
WHERE DO OUR MH100 TROUSERS COME FROM?
Created in our international design centre at the foot of Mont Blanc, in France. These pants are then made by our suppliers in Ethiopia, Vietnam, India and Bangladesh.
We collaborate closely with these partners who have real expertise in the manufacture of our trousers.
Thanks to this relationship of trust with our industrial partners, we can create high-quality technical products.
Working conditions in our production workshops
We guarantee that our suppliers comply with our code of conduct. These suppliers are often located in developing countries where our presence helps to create jobs.
By conducting audits and having teams on site, we make sure that the working environment of the employees meets certain quality standards in terms of human respect, personal fulfilment and environmental protection.