/ Help me identify these trousers

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fire_munki on 22 Nov 2012
I've been offered a pair of bright green 2011 Haglof trousers, they have braces, crampon patches, made of proof material.

The label doesn't say the model, but there are some numbers on it which google doesn't know.

Can anyone shed any light on the model and original price?

Can post a pic if it helps.
Denni on 22 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:

Couloir pants?
crustypunkuk - on 22 Nov 2012
In reply to Denni:
Or Eryx?
HeMa on 23 Nov 2012
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:
Three replies and three different options!
That's why I was hoping there might be something unique about them.
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:
should also say the crampon patches are black compared to very green for the rest.
Pics seem to show them as couloir pants, they any good?
In reply to fire_munki: Don't know, but Proof is their own waterproof material that they use in cheaper products than the ones made with Goretex. Do they look ski oriented? Vents on the side? Or baggy pockets - that sort of thing?
In reply to fire_munki: Check the pics at the bottom of this http://www.press-service.info/haglofs-de/?id=article&parentid=pressemappen&articleid=132#ima... might give you a name. You can click on the wee ones to see in more detail.
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:
They do have vents, but no baggy pockets.
Who would have thought it was so hard to confirm what they are!
Denni on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:

Post a pic up, then someone will definately identify them.
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to Denni:
I think that might be best! Will do once I get home.
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
crustypunkuk - on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:
I reckon they are the P2 Verte pant. Seem to go for around the £200 mark!
Denni on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to fire_munki:

they've got sorta baggy pockets!
fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to TobyA:
I guess,back one could be!
How did people differentiate between women's and the men's?
In reply to fire_munki: With Haglofs they normally have the same name but the woman's version is followed by "Q". I would have thought troos are quite obvious by the narrow waist, wider hips shape if its the Q version?
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fire_munki on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to TobyA:
Hmmmmmm look fairly straight, not particularly wider hips that I can see. However that would explain why the front of them is rather tight compared to the rest!

Since they are rather pricey I must decide if they fit then! assuming they are the bloke's versions that is.

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