Amundsen Sports

Concord Regular Knickerbockers | Men's

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Colour: Tan
Tan

Liberate your calves

It's a mystery why hiking breeches ever fell out of fashion, because they're incredibly practical. Coming down to just below the knee, they’re breathable, flexible, and you don't get flappy trouser-ends with a tide-mark of mud climbing up your inside leg. They work well with gaiters and wellies, and if you feel a bit warm, you can just let your socks down and expose a bit of calf. If you're knickerbocker-curious, then these great-looking Concords from Amundsen are the place to start. Made in velvety stretch cotton corduroy with a water-resistant treatment, the knees are articulated for maximum comfort – and feature a special system for attaching gaiters. Zipped hip pockets keep your valuables safe, and there's a useful leg pocket for your map. The cut is slim and flattering, and the vibe is definitely more rugged vintage Alpinist than Bertie Wooster on a pheasant shoot

    • Premium stretch cotton velvet corduroy from Cosserat – one of the world's oldest corduroy mills
    • Teflon treatment for water-resistance
    • Articulated knees
    • Gaiter integration system
    • Zipped hip pockets
    • Map pocket on leg
    • Button back pocket
    • 71% cotton, 10% modal, 15% polyamide, 4% elastane
    • Made in Europe
    • Stretch cotton velvet corduroy
    • 71% cotton
    • 10% modal
    • 15% polyamide
    • 4% elastane
  •  cm Small Medium Large XL
    Seat 92-97 98-103 104-109 110-115
    Waist 78-83 84-89 90-95 96-101
    Body Height 170-178 174-182 178-186 182-193
    In  Small Medium Large XL
    Seat 36¼ - 38¼ 38½ - 40½ 41 - 43 43¼ - 45¼
    Waist 30¾ - 32¾ 33-35 35½ - 3½ 37¾ - 39¾
    Body Height 67 - 70 68½ - 71¾ 70 - 73¼ 71¾ - 76
    • Sustainability through Longevity: While the biggest polluters in the outdoor industry compete to make the most noise about recycling and other green initiatives, Amundsen focus on what matters most: fewer products. Through the use of quality materials, technology and craftsmanship, Amundsen continuously make sure your timeless and versatile garments last for generations.
    • Manufactured Locally: Made in Estonia
  • Amundsen clothing is named after one of the greatest explorers ever to walk the Earth. No pressure there then. In fact, the company’s co-founder, Jørgen Amundsen, is a relative of the legendary man himself, and the brand’s designs are based on classic styles from the golden age of exploration. Throw in a generous dash of 1960s Nordic ski resort chic and you’ve got a unique range of good-looking kit that’ll get you noticed in all the right ways.

    However, there’s nothing old-fashioned about the way Amundsen’s gear performs. Ruggedly built from merino wool and waterproof triple-layer cotton, these are serious expedition-grade garments built for a Scandi outdoor culture – a concept that the Norwegians call ‘friluftsliv’, or ‘open-air life’. It’s the idea that time spent enjoying the freedom of the outdoors should be a core part of your life, since it enhances just about everything else. Now that’s something we can all get on board with.

Very comfortable, the corduroy is soft, strechable and you can wear it in Summer or Winter, it´s amazing!

-Pyrennes R, Verified Buyer

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