Rab Valkyrie Pants


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Women's Climbing Pants

The women’s Valkyrie Pants are a light-weight and flexible cotton-spandex climbing pant, designed and best used for bouldering and indoor climbing.

 A deep waistband, twisted side seams and articulated knees guarantees maximum freedom of movement. There are 2 open hand pockets which allow you to carry the essentials and a hem drawcord makes sure that the bottom of the pants are out of the way when you’re going for the crux. The stretch nature of the cotton-spandex fabric offers high levels of comfort and movement.

  • Weight: 337g/11.9oz (estimate)
  • Cotton-spandex fabric with enzyme wash
  • Part-elasicated waist with flat front and snap fastening
  • Waist drawstring adjustment
  • Belt loops
  • YKK® zip fly
  • 2 hand pockets
  • Rear patch pocket
  • Hem drawcord
  • Fit: Regular


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