Gramicci Original G Pant Women's


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Gramicci Original G Pant Women's - Climbing/ bouldering trousers

The Original G has been in the Gramicci range since 1988. Why you ask? Because it's great! Incredibly comfortable, super durable and made from a super soft organic cotton. These are great for rock climbing and bouldering as they have a slight stretch to them, allowing the user to still move well on the rock- not restricting you when you do those drop knees and rock-overs! The signature diamond gusset provides optimum range of movement.

Fitted with a high rise, straight leg, loose fit- they are very stylish and look good on. The flex fit waistband, EZ cinch nylon belt with lock and release buckle means you can get a snug fit without the waistband digging into your waist.

  • 98% organic cotton and 2% spandex
  • Deep front pockets, single rear Velcro pocket
  • Wash separately in cold water before wearing


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