The North Face Bishop Short

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Athlete-driven, The North Face Bishop Shorts are a rugged cotton blend with stretch inserts to provide ideal breathability and abrasion-resistance for bouldering or indoor climbing.


Get breathability, comfort, and protection for your hot climbing days. The Bishop Short from The North Face is built for the serious climber who needs something that will stretch and move with them and protect them from sharp edges and abrasion at the same time. A stretch insert at the waist help provide a comfortable and free-moving fit so you never have to worry about your clothes when you are stretching for a high foot placement.

- Mountain Gear

If you've struggled to find a good climbing short that doesn't ride up when you reach for a foothold, that meshes well with a harness, and that holds up to abrasive rock and indoor walls, then we present The North Face Men's Bishop Short.


The harness-friendly Bishop shorts from The North Face won't hold you back when you're reaching for the pinnacle. Cotton/elastane blend resists abrasion-perfect for bouldering and gym climbing. With a UPF 50+ rating, fabric provides excellent protection against harmful ultraviolet rays. Front hand pockets and a zippered utility pocket stash your essentials. Gusseted crotch and stretch inserts at waistband boost range of motion. The North Face Bishop shorts feature a heritage wash for a broken-in feel.


Athlete-driven, rugged, stretch cotton blend provides ideal breathability and abrasion-resistance for bouldering or indoor climbing.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Bishop Short

previously retailed for:
$24.83 - $65.00

The North Face Bishop Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 6, 2013 at EMS.

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