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MASCOT unveils light, durable & comfortable twill trousers
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Apr '14
MASCOT launches light and durable in their weight, 50% polyester/50% cotton, twill trousers which are comfortable, breathable and soft to the skin. 
 
At only 205g/m2, MASCOT Lemberg trousers are astonishingly light to keep one cool and see through the hottest days with ease. 
 
The design is just as practical as the fabric. They feature ergonomically formed trouser legs which offer complete freedom of movement. In addition to the low waist, form cut waist band, and triple stitched seams on legs and crotch, they also include additional benefits such as belt loops, D-ring, pen pocket, adjustable hammer loop and tool strap at waist. 
 
The spacious front pockets, thigh pocket and ruler pocket are reinforced with CORDURA, as are the adjustable kneepad pockets with flap and top access. For added safety these trousers also incorporate reflectors. 
 
MASCOT Lemberg is available in stores now, in two-toned colour khaki/black and from May in dark anthracite/black. MASCOT Lemberg is just one of the 23 garments found in MASCOT UNIQUE, which was launched in 2013. 
 
All of MASCOT's products are tested to Oeko-Tex Standard 100. The guarantee that the product has been checked for the presence of harmful or suspected harmful chemicals and dyes. Only products that meet the requirements of Oeko-Tex Standard 100 may be granted the authorisation to wear the label. Oeko-Tex is the world's leading health label for textiles.
 

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