I need a new pair of trousers and I don't want to end up like wallace and gromit. So I have decided I need a decent pair that will be relatively hard wearing, quick drying and hopefully fairly stylish.
They will be used for a mix of work at the allotments, hiking, camping, gardening, wearing into town and shops so the style is important to me as well.
Frankly I like relatively baggy or boot cut trousers. I hated the Craghopper Kiwis I tried on and the other craghopper trousers I have tried made too much noise. I also don't like it when trousers have coloured patches on them like Bear Grylls range do. Another thing is I am not a fan of lots of pockets on the leg as I simply don't use them, whenever I have done the stuff just seems to flap about, but this is flexible is everything else is right.
My budget is around £75 but it could go to £100 for an awesome pair. This is justified as I generally live in certain clothes and accept having a limited wardrobe.
So far I have considered
But am concerned about spending such sums without trying them on or knowing how big they are on the leg.
Anyone have any other suggestions or know of a company who stock a lot of Fjallraven trousers in the UK? Alternatively are there any good stores in East Anglia that would have any of these in stock for me to have a look at?