La Sportiva Roots Pant - Men's

La Sportiva Roots Pant - Men's
La Sportiva Roots Pant - Men's
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Roots Pant - Men's by La Sportiva
Giving your arms the proper credit, you won't get too far into your climb without the right footholds, and you won't be able to nail those footholds in just any old pair of pants. The La Sportiva Roots Pants give you the mobility you need to get your feet set on the most difficult moves, and the durability you need to not shy away from rugged rock walls and boulders. They're made with a durable organic cotton blend that won't rip or tear at the first sign of real rock, and also boast a roomy fit and light stretch to give you easier movement when you're trying to get those feet around. A gusseted crotch aids in further mobility while also preventing blowouts, and a stretchy elastic waistband ensures that you've always got the most comfortable fit possible.

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SKU: LSP00KB
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