Bloc [Womens] climbing trousers
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“So stretchy you can kick yourself square in the face” wasn’t on the design brief for the Bloc Pant but it’s true nonetheless... if you can reach...
Get into (and out of) tight spaces with the Bloc Pant. Designed for fair weather outdoor climbing and foul weather indoor bouldering to make heel hook hindrance a thing of the past. The twill fabric uses soft organic cotton with a touch of spandex, providing a frankly silly level of dynamic movement.
Just in case that wasn’t enough climbing comfort, we’ve added a diamond-shape gusseted crotch and articulated knees, allowing you to execute awkward moves with orangutan levels of limb looseness. The stretch-twill also allowed us to make the Bloc Pants a slimmer fit than standard climbing pants, so you can still see your toes on nifty foot placements.
Climbing trousers need to be durable, especially if they’re being subjected to rough Peak District grit. Cotton is a naturally hard-wearing material and possesses inherent grip properties: useful for tackling gnarly off-width cracks, (or for by-any-means-possible climbers with notorious knees...).
A deep waistband with ¾ ribbed elastic and button closure provides a flattering fit for a range of body-shapes and fits neatly under a harness. There are also four jeans-style drop pockets for phones, guidebooks and retina-burningly bright beanies.
- Stretchy organic cotton twill fabric is super comfortable to wear and allows unrestricted climbing
- Gussetted crotch and articulated knees for complete freedom of movement
- Deep ¾ elasticated ribbed waistband with front fly and button closure fits a range of body shapes
- Durable and hard-wearing organic cotton fabric
- Four jeans-style pockets
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
98% Organic cotton, 2% spandex (200gsm)
410g (Women’s Size 12)
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These are really stretchy and comfortable. They look great too which is a bonus!
I like the slim fit for climbing and found them easy to move in.
The only reason I can't give them full marks is that I feel the waist is a bit low for climbing leading to the ever present risk of showing off more than you planned. If the waist was a couple of inches higher then they would be the perfect pants for me.