Lightweight Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton/spandex blend with just enough stretch for all-day comfort at the crag, our low-key yet on-point Caliza Rock Pants live and breathe rock climbing. Inseam is 29". Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
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Durable yet Breathable and Stretchy FabricMade with 93% Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton/7% spandex; ROC™ cotton is from farms working toward the highest organic standard, which aims to rehabilitate soil, respect animal welfare and improve the lives of farmers; these practices reduce greenhouse gas emissions and could help trap more carbon than conventional agriculture
Designed for Freedom of MovementSoft and stretchy Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton/spandex blend regulates temperature; stays breathable, durable and comfortable; and has an articulated pattern and four-way stretch for peak mobility and comfort under a harness
Contoured Knit WaistbandLow-profile, contoured knit waistband layers comfortably under a harness or a backpack waistbelt
Drop-In PocketsDrop-in front and rear pockets have lay-flat construction for comfort under a harness
Snap-Adjustable CuffsCuffs adjust with low-profile snaps; inseam is 29"
Supporting the People Who Made This ProductFair Trade Certified™ sewn
Country of OriginMade in Vietnam.
Weight340 g (12 oz)
- Body: 6.6-oz 93% Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton/7% spandex plain weave with four-way stretch
- Waistband: 6.3-oz 81% NetPlus® postconsumer recycled nylon made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution/19% spandex jersey; with miDori™ bioSoft for added wicking and softness, and HeiQ® Pure odor control
- Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
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