Retailers' Descriptions

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When you're chimneying up a slot canyon or running to catch a Eurail train, you need pants that are on your side. Patagonia Granite Park pants stretch to move with you, not against you.

- REI refers to the men's version

The benefits of having some stretch in your pant fabric goes far beyond the all-you-can-eat buffet. So we designed our forgiving Granite Park Pants with motion in mind-think of chimneying up Sidewinder Canyon busting moves at the local skate park or chasing the train out of Aguas Calientes. These abrasion-resistant pants built for hiking and everyday wear are made with a comfortable 67 organic cotton and 33 polyester T400A(R)stretch canvas that moves with you not against you. The fabric has both a DWR (durable water repellent) and antibacterial finish. A gusseted crotch allows a full range of motion and a curved waistband follows the natural shape of the hips for a contoured fit that keeps the pants in place. Two hand pockets two cargo pockets and two welted back pockets (one of which secures with a zipper) carry your goods. Inseam is 34".FeaturesMade of 67 organic cotton/33 polyester solid weft T400A(R)comfort stretch canvas with a DWR (durable water repellent) and antibacterial finishTwo handwarmer pockets two cargo pockets with hidden snap closures and two welted back pockets-one with security zipperGusseted crotch for a full range of motionCurved waistband follows the natural shape of the hips provides a contoured fit and helps keep pants in place during movementAvailable in three inseam lengths: 30" 32" and 34"Materials7.9-oz 67 organic cotton/33 polyester T400A(R)stretch canvas with a DWR (durable water repellent) and antibacterial finishWeight595 g (21 oz)

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

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