Patagonia Venga Rock Pant - Men's

Patagonia Venga Rock Pant - Men's
Patagonia Venga Rock Pant - Men's
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Venga Rock Pant - Men's by Patagonia
The Men's Patagonia Venga Rock Pant is in a pretty big hurry to get you on the wall. If the stretchy lightweight cotton blend and mobility-enhancing crotch gusset don't hint that these pants are ready to climb, then the articulated knees and careful details are sure to clue you in. The organic cotton weave is not only soft and stretchy for comfort and natural movement, but is also durable enough to hold its own against knee-bars, hip scums, and downclimbs. Small details like low-profile belt loops and a convenient drop-in thigh pocket make them a pleasure to wear under your harness, and the unique adjustable waist lets you tighten your fit with a simple tug of the pants' webbing loop.

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SKU: PAT02VS
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