Patagonia Boyfriend Crop Pant - Women's

Patagonia Boyfriend Crop Pant - Women's
Patagonia Boyfriend Crop Pant - Women's
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Boyfriend Crop Pant - Women's by Patagonia
You know this for a fact: in your bureau there exists one pair of comfortable (quite possibly your boyfriend's) jeans that loyally get you through several day's worth of adventures or the more often than not, just straight up "no-cares-given" scenario. Crafted with that in mind, the Patagonia Women's Boyfriend Crop Pant is a relaxed, straight leg pant that's built for a woman's body, but with a nonchalant twist that even your manpanion would be jealous of. Constructed with an organic cotton and COOLMAX blended fabric, these cropped pants offer paramount performance with their moisture-wicking and quick-drying capabilities while the classic 5-pocket detailing gives it a time-honored silhouette. In addition to its technical properties, these jeans are designed using an innovative dye process that minimizes energy, water use, and carbon dioxide emissions in comparison to the typical conventional dyeing process. Not to mention, the stitching is entirely Fair Trade, too.

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