Patagonia Men's Venga Rock Pants
The Patagonia Men's Venga Rock Pant is one of the most popular climbing trousers around. With a great design that allows full freedom of movement and with the comfort that Organic cotton gives you it's hard to say no. The Patagonia Men's Venga Rock Pant is very durable and will be able to withstand the demands of climbing, and with its tough mix of organic cotton, polyester and spandex plain weave gives the Venga Rock pants the edge.
|MATERIAL||6.6-oz 93% Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton/7% elastane plain weave|
|WEIGHT||417 g (avg.)|
• Soft, stretchy Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton blended with elastane stays breathable, durable and classically comfortable
• ROC™ cotton is from farms working toward the highest organic standard, which aims to rehabilitate soil, respect animal welfare and improve the lives of farmers; these practices reduce greenhouse gas emissions and could help trap more carbon than conventional agriculture
• Updated fit, climb-specific articulated pattern, new stretch fabric, darted knees and a gusseted crotch enhance movement
• Zip fly with belt loops and partially elasticised waistband create a low-bulk, comfortable fit under a harness
• Drop-in front pockets have breathable mesh pocket bags and lie-flat construction for comfort under a harness
• Two top-entry back pockets create a reinforced seat for added durability; right-thigh security zip pocket sits comfortably above the knee and below harness leg loops
• Cuffs adjust with an ultralow-profile shock cord and cord lock
• Inseam is 32"
• Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
• Made in Vietnam.
Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing
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.