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Patagonia Men's Performance Straight Fit Jeans - Regular
Who says you can't climb in jeans? The Patagonia Men's Performance Straight Fit Jeans feature the classic denim look with the feel of a performance climbing pant. The denim fabric uses an innovative dyeing process that reduces the amount of energy, water, and chemicals needed to be used. This 71% organic/29% COOLMAX® fabric with combines the high breathability and comfort of natural fibres with the moisture-management properties of synthetic, and both feature a mechanical stretch to enhance mobility across all climbing manoeuvres. A DWR (durable water repellent) treatment protects against light rain and dirt for protection whilst abseiling in an unexpected shower and for easier cleaning. Slim-fit is best for lean-to-medium builds.
|MATERIAL(S)||71% organic cotton/29% COOLMAX® T400®polyester mechanical stretch denim|
|POCKETS||Two front handwarmer pockets, small coin pocket on right hip, two rear pockets|
|RECOMMENDED USE||Bouldering, Climbing, Hiking, Casual|
|STATED WEIGHT||553 g (avg.)|
• Made of midweight 71% organic cotton/29% COOLMAX® T400®polyester mechanical stretch denim dyed with an innovative process to minimise energy, water use, and carbon dioxide emissions compared to conventional dyeing processes
• Slim-straight fit: sits on the waist with a regular rise; not too loose but not too tight in the seat and thighs, then cut straight from knee to ankle; best for lean-to-medium builds
• Classic 5-pocket styling with antique nickel shank button closure and zip fly, double-needle belt loops, printed twill pocket bags, antique nickel piton rivets throughout
• Pocket edge seams are bound for a stronger and cleaner finish and lower portions of both rear pockets are reinforced
Patagonia® Denim uses only 100% organic cotton grown without GMO seeds, synthetic fertilisers, pesticides, or herbicides. Patagonia use an innovative dyeing process that usse 84% less water, 30% less energy, and emit 25% less CO2 compared to conventional denim dyeing processes. And because they don’t sandblast, bleach, or stonewash their denim to make it look worn, they avoid the serious social and environmental downsides of doing so.
An ultra-thin chemical coating applied to technical garments as the first line of defence against wet weather. This coating creates thousands of densely packed polymer “hairs” that prevent water droplets from reaching the surface of the jacket and encourages them to bead together and roll off. The first line of defence against wet weather.
Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing (Patagonia)
Patagonia pay a premium for every Fair Trade Certified™ item that carries their label. That extra money goes directly to the workers at the factory, and they decide how to spend it. But that’s not all. The program also promotes worker health and safety and social and environmental compliance, and encourages dialogue between workers and management. As of May 2016, more than 7,000 people working in factories that make Patagonia clothing had benefited from the program, and as of February 2017, workers have earned an additional $833,000 through Patagonia's Fair Trade program.