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Rabot Light Softshell Pants Women

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Rabot Light Softshell Pants have been meticulously designed and crafted to cater to the needs of experienced outdoor enthusiasts during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. These pants offer an ideal blend of function and comfort in a lightweight, ergonomic design. The pants are made from a soft recycled polyamide fabric with 4-way stretch, providing excellent wind protection, breathability, and moisture-wicking properties, securing that you stay comfortable and dry even during strenuous outdoor activities. The regular fit of the Rabot Light Softshell Pants gives excellent mobility. Whether you are climbing your local hills or embark on a multi-day mountain hike, the Rabot Light Softshell Pants are engineered to deliver optimal performance and keep you comfortable all day.

Made for

  1. Hiking


Sizes: 34-46

Fit: Regular fit.

Weight: 247 g

Material: 90% Polyamide (Recycled), 10% Elastane

Fabric details: Lightweight softshell material in partly recycled polyamide, with 4-way stretch. Good wicking ability and quick drying. Product contains bluesign® APPROVED fabrics and trimmings.

Our Rabot products are versatile and functional garments designed to master multi-day hiking in demanding terrain and harsh weather with ease. Featuring proven materials and smart design, Rabot provides layering pieces tailored and tested to work perfectly together, offering you flexibility to adapt different types of activities.

Pockets: Zippered front pockets, thigh pocket and back pocket.

Ventilation: All pockets in mesh for optimum ventilation.

Additional features: Belt loops. Preadjusted, elastic waistband. Fly with zipper and snap buttons. Panel construction in crotch for less friction and chafing at thigh area. Articulated knee sections.


  1. Recycled Polyamide

Recycled Polyamide

Our aim is to steadily increase the use of recycled materials in all our products and we continuously work to utilize more and more new fabrics containing recycled raw materials. We currently use different types of recycled polyamide fabrics in products such as down garments as well as shell garments.

Polyamide, sometimes also referred to as Nylon, normally uses fossil resources for its production. By re-using existing material streams we can save fossil resources and reduce the energy demand and therefore climate emissions, as well as water used for production.

We know from studies we have conducted on our products together with an independent environmental consultancy that the use of recycled materials can significantly lower the environmental and climate impact of products compared to using new materials.

One example is a recycled polyamide fabric we use for shell garments, where CO2 emissions can be reduced by 76 %, while the amount of waste water is reduced by 84 % -compared to the production of new virgin polyamide. This can simply be done by re-using fabric waste from production. The result is a super high functional fabric, which delivers in terms of sustainability as well.

The most common raw material for the production of recycled polyamide is waste material from textile production (so-called pre-consumer material). The need for pure and clean raw material streams is the reason why used textiles most often are not recycled at the end of their life – yet. Too many different material inputs and a composition of different fiber and material types makes recycling difficult. This is one of the biggest challenges for textile industry in the future: To ensure that garments can be recycled to new textile fibers and that the loop for a real circular flow of textiles is closed.

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Rabot V2 outdoor clothing are very technical garments with a high level of comfort. The design idea behind the collection is that you should be able to be out and experience nature all year round, in all kinds of weather!

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