How should climbing pants fit?
People often think about how rock climbing is physically demanding on the back and shoulders. However, leg movement and footwork are as important as the upper body strength. To experience true freedom of movement, whether you are climbing a rock or a wall, your climbing pants must not feel constraining in any way.
- Our Klassik fit is not too tight and not too loose; full seat and thigh, and with a slight taper through the lower leg.
- Tapered fit has full seat and thigh, but tapers at the knee through the lower leg.
- Finally, full fit has a full seat and thigh-wide through the lower leg.
What are good pants for rock climbing?
Rock climbing challenges the durability, stretch, and abrasion-resistance of every pant. If a rock climbing pant does not allow freedom of movement and adjustability, its design failed. It would be best if you had a pair you feel confident in.
Brought to you from the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, Konfidant™ Air is a stretchy, lightweight and quick-drying rock climbing pant that offers year-round performance both outdoors and indoors. Klassik fit with KühlAir™ Vent System that keeps you cool, back hem reinforced with grosgrain ribbon for added durability, and articulated knees, the pant is a go-to choice of many rock climbers.
Tough as the rock you are trying to climb, Resistor™ Pant is born from the idea to design pant with unmatched flexibility, unparalleled rebound, and uncompromising durability. The rock climbing pant is built from abrasion-resistant, water-repellent, and high tear-strength fabric that retains shape. Tapered fit designed for a seamless transition from truck to rock.
What should I wear for indoor rock climbing?
Radically different from other rock climbing pants, Radikl™ offers performance both outdoors and indoors. Thanks to ENDURO™ fabric, the pant feels comfortable as a sweatpant. It is durable enough to withstand any rock - nature or manmade. Bouldering progression made easy by Klassik fit and unmatched flexibility of kit panels below the knee, waist, back, yoke, and gusset.