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Women's Maipo Rock Crops

 
 
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These soft yet durable knit pants were made to move. Built with bouldering in mind, they're loose through the legs with just enough tapering for high steps and visualizing tricky foot placements. Made with 80% recycled nylon/20% spandex knit. Inseam is 24". Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.

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  • Recycled Nylon/Spandex Fabric

    Made with soft 80% recycled nylon/20% spandex knit fabric that provides climbing performance and style

  • Soft and Versatile Fold-Down Waistband

    Incredibly soft, flattering high waistband can also be folded down for versatility and comfort with a harness

  • Built for Freedom of Movement

    Engineered design and contoured seams are built for unrestricted movement

  • Right-Thigh Pocket

    Secure right-thigh pocket

  • Wide Legs with Tapered Cuffs

    Open leg shape and tapered cuffs are built for breathability and performance; 24" inseam

  • Supporting the People Who Made This Product

    Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, which means the people who made it earned a premium for their labor

  • País de Origen

    Made in Sri Lanka.

  • Peso

    249 g (8.8 oz)

  • 6.3-oz 80% recycled nylon/20% spandex knit with miDori™ bioSoft for added wicking and softness, and HeiQ® Pure odor control
  • Fair Trade Certified™ sewn

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