I thought my Karrimor Aspen zip off outdoor trousers were pretty light at 359g, including a 1" webbing belt, but they are a bit baggy, and I much prefer tighter fitting trousers when I'm out and about, especially on my mountain bike, so I started looking for lighter and tighter fitting alternatives. I spotted a much lighter pair of non zip offs on Decathlon called "Quechua NH500 Slim"...It says a size 44 only weighs 286g, but as I am a size 34, then that should be around 250-260g...That definitely makes them ultralight. I even checked the weight of my F&F 34W/34L skinny Jeans that I was very comfy hiking about in yesterday and they weigh 735g, including a leather belt, so wearing these Quechuas will be like wearing nothing in comparison! I know there are lighter trousers about, but not for this price, and not with the amount of pockets...They actually have 6 pockets...2 zipped, including one phone pocket and 2 deep hand pockets, so they are definitely a step up from jogging trousers which usually only have a single mesh pocket for your phone and/or your keys. Material wise, they are quick dry, sweat wicking polycotton fabric (61% Cotton, 37% polyester) and they are a bit stretchy too due to a 2% Elastane content. I ordered the Khaki version, the nearest they had to a stealthy colour, and they were £24.99. Delivery to my home would have cost me £4.99 but that seemed a lot. Click and Collect is free, but as my nearest Decathlon (Staines) is still closed due to covid, I didn't fancy spending loads of money, and wasting most of a day getting to one of their stores that is still open, as it would cost more than £4.99 to do that and I can't be asked to travel. The other option is collect from a local Asda store for £2.99, so I went for that instead. I have long legs but the inside leg of the Quechuas is only 31" (79.6cm), which means they will only reach my ankle, but that should be fine if I'm wearing boots, rather than trail runners...I'm hoping they will fit ok, but I will not know till I can try them on.