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Patagonia Men's Hampi Rock Climbing Pants - Short

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Patagonia Men's Hampi Rock Climbing Pants - Short

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June 25, 2022

Two steps forward, two steps back

The previous version of the Hampi Rock Pants were my favorite climbing pant ever. For warm weather climbing, backpacking, hiking, yoga and life...they were simply the most comfortable pants I've ever owned. I've purchased 6 pairs. They do wear out since they're made of very light stretchy hemp material...but they last longer than the... Read Morey should for their weight. The big downside to the originals, for me, was that they only came in a 32-inch inseam. This meant my wife had to hem them for me, which never looked that great. The new version fixed that issue, with a short inseam that fits me perfectly. The cut on the legs is also more stylish (the old ones looked a little pajama-esque). The new ones also add a much-need back pocket. Rad! However, the big issue with this version is that Patagonia went away from the amazing button-slide, sewn-in belt system. That system worked perfectly under a climbing harness and kept the pants secure under a backpacking belt. The zipper also allowed a male climber to easily take a pee while wearing a climbing harness. The new waist system is a hot mess. The tie in the front gets in the way of your climbing harness and dangles all over. Last time I went limbing a quick draw clipped into the loop and untied the not. The waist tie also does not incircle the entire waist, but somehow connects with some elastic in the back. This means that even if you tightly tie the draw, the pants aren't really secure. And, you have to untie the knot and pull the pants down to take a whiz...no easy task hanging in a climbing harness. So, the fabric is still the most comfortable ever made and the styling is improved. But I wouldn't buy these for climbing or backpacking. Probably still a good yoga pant, but I'll be waiting to see if they fix the waist issue before buying another pair of these.

Response from Patagonia
June 28, 2022

Hi Josh, we're so sorry to hear that the new iteration of the Hampi Rock Climbing Pants isn't working out for you. Please feel free to begin a [return or exchange](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) at any time.

May 27, 2022

Perfect for spring through fall

I really like the "hemp/recycled polyester/spandex" fabric: it keeps me warm in cool spring temperatures but is somehow magically not too hot in the summer.

February 24, 2022

Great update to my favorite pants

I use these pants for daily wear. This year they added an elastic waist band and tie closure vs the cinch system on the old pants, which is an improvement. Highly breathable, doesn't restrict movement, and dries quickly. The old version lasted me a year of daily use.

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