Men's Ortler Trousers

Suitable for
Specific activity
  • Ski Touring
  • Mountaineering
  • Alpinism
  • Ski Mountaineering
Merino Wool
Merino Wool
Membrane layers
3-layer construction
Type of membrane
Breathability (MVTR in 24 h)
28000.00 g/m²
Water column
20000 mm
Trouser length
Pant features
  • integrated gaiter
  • articulated cut
  • edge protection
  • adjustable leg ends
  • adjustable waistband
leg pocket
Functional Material
  • Merino
  • DWR
Side ventilation zips
General Material Properties
  • Fast wicking
  • Breathable
  • Windproof
  • Waterproof
  • Strechy
Weight (piece)
470.00 g
Made in Europe
Sustainability Features
  • Fair Wear Foundation (FWF)
  • PFC-free water treatment
  • Ethically sourced wool
Outer material
100% polyamide
Inner material
100% polyester
  • 85% wool
  • 15% polyamide
Insert 2
100% polyurethane
Regular Fit
material quality
136 g/m²


<p>The Ortler Trousers from Ortovox strive for alpine minimalism and do so with complete success. It focuses on the essentials, which means that in addition to reliable weather protection, the main focus is on lightness. But comfort is not neglected, so you can count on the high-end Naked Sheep collection from Ortovox, especially under harsh conditions on the mountain.</p><p>For reliable protection from the elements, a high-quality Dermizax® NX membrane is processed. It is part of the robust 3-layer construction and is refined with a DWR finish and welded seams. This ensures a reliable result of at least 20,000 mm water column - and extra high breathability of 28,000 g/m²/24h. For even more ventilation and easy on and off the touring pants are equipped with long two-way zippers on the sides.</p><p>Thigh pockets including fixation for the avalanche transceiver, preformed knees for unrestricted freedom of movement, adjustable leg cuffs with integrated gaiters and the width-adjustable waistband with pleasant Merino details show that the Ortler Trousers are prepared for all eventualities despite their minimalism.</p>
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