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Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers


Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers

The Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers are practical waterproof over trousers with a long-length zip and adjustable ankle for quick access. These Duke of Edinburgh Award Recommended Kit over trousers pack small for instant wet-weather coverage.

Original price was: €100.00.Current price is: €55.00.

SKU: CUW009_800

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Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers


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The Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers features:
  • Wind Resistant The fabric blocks wind from penetrating the garment, greatly reducing the effects of wind chill.
  • Packable Designed to pack away into their own pocket or supplied stuff -sac.
  • Recycled Materials Part made from recycling plastic bottles into polyester, reducing carbon emissions and landfill waste.
  • Breathable Lightweight fabrics that help regulate body temperature and keep you comfortable by allowing moisture to escape.
  • Waterproof Waterproof fabric provides a moisture barrier for guaranteed dryness.
  • Waterproof 5,000mm
  • Breathable 15,000g/m2/24hrs
  • Adjustable waist
  • Adjustable hem
  • Ankle zips
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Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers – Fabric

Main: 100% polyamide / Trim: 100% polyester. Approximately 130g of recycled material went into making this product.

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  Women’s Craghoppers Ascent Over Trousers – Who is the brand Craghoppers? Back in 1965, Craghoppers started like most epic adventures do. A couple of competitive outdoor enthusiasts, a few new ambitious ideas and a bit of ‘I bet you can’t’ banter. We challenged ourselves to design the ultimate clothing for the harshest adventures and then to test it, by wearing it from the beautiful British Peak District to the heights of Everest. Kitting out one of the first British expeditions to Everest influences everything we do today. We’ve since made it our life’s work to travel the world for inspiration, designing the most sustainable innovative outdoor gear for every adventure and environment. It’s a winning formula that’s made us Britain’s leading authority in outdoor and adventure travel clothing. 1973 CagJac one of the world’s first modern waterproof jackets launches. 1975 The Regatta Group acquires Craghoppers. 1975 Chris Bonington’s ascent of Everest Founders Gaskin and Holmes were cherry-picked to manufacture the expedition Everest expedition in 1975 – the first successful climb by ascending the face of the mountain. Since then we’ve been committed to designing protective outdoor clothing to cope with any extreme. Craghoppers breaches worn by Junko Tabei, the first woman to summit Everest. 1996 The launch of our iconic Craghoppers’ Kiwi trouser, an instant best-seller. At the very core of our ambition was the need to produce the best in protective walking trousers. Walking trousers that not only lock out the elements but that move with you as you explore. Since the launch of our classic Kiwi trousers we have since gone on to develop their construction, creating a new generation of technical walking trousers. 1999 AquaDry Technology Back in 1992 we created the breakthrough system, a waterproof fabric technology that would become a winning formula for Craghoppers. Made by climbers and tested through Scottish and Norwegian winters, the Breakthrough system was eventually available to buy in 1993. It later evolved to become our AquaDry waterproof system in 1999 – a fabric technology that would make our jackets completely waterproof and breathable. Learn more about AquaDry Technology > 2000 Recogition for our rucksacks, Awarded Millennium Products Marque for Creativity and Innovation for Dynamic Balance technology within our rucksacks. 2002 The world’s first to launch a range of insect-repellent adventure clothing; Nosquito which would later become Nosilife. Each of our protective garments has a purpose. And one travel worry that we had not yet conquered was the transfer of harmful conditions via biting insects. We made it our mission to kit out adventurers with insect repellent clothing. So we got to work. And in 2002 we launched the first iteration – the world’s first and only permanent insect protective clothing range. 2003 We launch online as 2006 Craghoppers and Bear Grylls unite. We first started working with Bear Grylls in 2006 and later collaborated to produce a range of Bear Grylls clothing made with his adventures in mind. To withstand everything the elements could possibly throw at him, the Craghoppers and Bear Grylls collaboration soon led to a collection. As a survival expert with experience in the SAS we knew Bear Grylls would push our design team to the limit. 2007 Cementing our commitment to sustainability by launching a ‘Guarantee for life’ across our entire clothing range. Learn more about Guarantee for life > 2009 Craghoppers Ambassadors Because our mission is to protect you from the worries of travel, we regularly work with adventurers, conservationists and wildlife filmmakers to put our protective clothing to the test. Pushing our clothing technology to the limit, our ambassadors not only enable us to produce better outdoor clothing, but they inspire us to be brave enough to take on the unknown. To explore. To Wander. When we appoint a Craghoppers ambassador, we want to encourage and inspire you to do something new. To live in the present and step outside your comfort zone. Discover more about our ambassadors > 2010 Chosen as official kit provider for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Which has so far been completed by over 6 million young people in the UK since 1956. We wanted to kit out young adventurers with the protective clothing they would need to help them succeed in their expeditions. Since 2010 we’ve continued to work with young people, inspiring them to take on outdoor challenges while providing the recommended outdoor kit they need. Learn more > 2012 Craghoppers launches in the U.S 2014 The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is dedicated to the protection of gorillas in their natural habitat of Africa. In 2014, we offered to support the work that they do in honour of Dr Dian Fossey’s legacy. The best way we knew how? We supplied the Dian Fossey team with protective clothing so that their researchers and conservationists could carry out their work more comfortably. But we wanted to do more. To get more people involved. So, we collaborated with the Dian Fossey team again, alongside Craghoppers ambassador, Peter McBride, and Sir David Attenborough on a film called Hope. Find out more > 2015 Recycled fleece introduced We were pioneering as one of the first brands to develop a fleece made from recycled plastic bottles, helping us save millions of plastic bottles from ending up in the oceans and reducing the billions of plastic bottles that are sent to landfill each year. We made them into high performing, insulating fleeces to warm you, and not the planet. Further committing to our sustainability efforts we went 100% PFC free across our range. Winner of the ISPO award for our Salado boot. 2016 A partnership with Levison Wood We collaborated with British explorer, Levison Wood, in 2016 and in return he sat down with us and talked expedition essentials, his ultimate layering system, and what inspires him most. With expeditions such as walking the length of the Nile and the length of the Himalayas under his belt, we knew that Levison would help us inspire you to get out and get exploring. 2016 RFID protection announced When we found out that contactless credit card technology has made billions of people vulnerable to identity theft, we knew there had to be a better way of protecting yourself. We worked to produce a new fabric technology that would block RFID signals and protect you from identity theft. 2017 Our partnership with Discovery Adventures We’ve always wanted to help more people open doors to new experiences. So, in 2017 we teamed up with The Discovery Channel to bring you a new technical collection: Discovery Adventure clothing. For decades The Discovery Channel has embraced the spirit of adventure. Together, we wanted to make your world bigger, inspiring you to get out there and discover it for yourself. 2018 Partnership with Chester Zoo unveiled As part of our promise under the ‘Honesty Project’ to protect the environment, we partnered with Chester Zoo to directly support conservation work across the world. We joined their expedition to Madagascar to help to research endangered lemurs in the rainforest who face threats from deforestation and poaching. We flew out to the remote conservation site, rolled up our sleeves and got stuck in with lemur surveys, educational programmes and horticulture work to help to protect Madagascar’s unique biodiversity for the future. 2019 The Craghoppers Film Prize In 2018 we started a collaboration with Discover.Film and launched the Craghoppers Film Prize – an initiative to give young filmmakers with big ambitions the opportunity to win cash prizes. Our investment in new talent will continue in 2019 and grow each year so that we can seek out future ambassadors that can help us produce films that inspire. Learn more about Film Prize > 2020 Recognised for our sustainability by being announced as the Brand of the Year in the Drapers Sustainable Fashion Awards 2020. Discover more about our sustainability story > 2021 Winner of the ISPO award for our newly launched Dynamic 12000 technology. Explore more about Dynamic 12000 > 2022 Win Best Footwear Team in the Drapers Footwear Awards 2022. The Kiwi trouser turns 25! Over 10 million pairs sold and still going strong. 2022 Bloom technology introduced in our footwear using algae biomass to minimise our carbon footprint. 2023 Ground breaking CO2 technology introduced ‘CO2Renu’ which reuses carbon emissions to make new product.

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