Soulful, free spirited, clothing brand for rock climbers and surfers.

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Gramicci represents an expression of personal independence and individuality.

Since 1982, Gramicci has been the soulful, free spirited, clothing brand of the outdoor industry providing clothing for dirtbaggers, rock climbers and surfers using greener manufacturing priniciples.

Gramicci continues to research and adopt new standards of manufacturing that reduce its impact on the environment. Its organic products have received certification from GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), OE Blended (Organic Exchange for blended fabrics) and OE 100 (Organic Exchange for all organic fabrics).
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Outdoor Clothing Trousers-and-Shorts Trousers Original G Pant Women's Gramicci
Original G Pant Women's

Comfortable Climbing or Bouldering Trousers, known for their durability they are perfect for outdoor activities

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Outdoor Clothing Fleece Jackets Wine Down Hoodie Women's Gramicci
Wine Down Hoodie Women's

All-round hoody or fleece. Perfect for rock climbing, bouldering and outdoor activities

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