If you’re in need of lightweight and flexible lower-body cover, look no further than our Horizon Convertible Trousers. Ideal for warm-weather hiking and tropical travel, they feature a durable water-repellent finish to fend off light rain, as well as UPF 50 protection to keep your skin protected from direct sunlight. A crotch gusset enables greater mobility, while two back pockets ensure your essential items are stowed safely for the ride. When things get hot, zip off the legs and enjoy a comfortable pair of shorts.
- Lightweight, breathable, abrasion-resistant nylon ripstop
- Fixed waist with belt loops
- Centre front snap and fly closure
- Pant legs zip off at mid thigh
- Two back pockets
- Two front open hand pockets with an invisible coin pocket on the right side
- Crotch gusset for improved mobility
- Durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
- Ultraviolet protection factor UPF (50)
The brand is founded by Douglas Tompkins, environmental activist, specializing in clothing and accessories for sport, mostly oriented towards the mountain activities, in 1964, it is not just a simple specialty shop. Nowadays, The North Face distributes clothing and lines of high-end and technical equipment more particularly for climbers, skiers, snowboarders, hiking excursionists and endurance athletes, but also clothing for daily use. The brand sells parkas, jackets, shoes and equipment such as backpacks, tents, and sleeping bags. Since 2000, the brand belongs to the American textile group VF Corporation, also owner of the Timberland brand. The North Face is one of the vectors of important growth for this group owner of several brands including Napapijri for the outdoor field.