Rock Craft Shorts (Men's)
Out of Stock Product Number: 28539
You can run from the summer heat by climbing at Vedauwoo, but you'll pay the price with the abrasive nature of its rock. These tough rock climbing shorts stand up to weathered landscapes with a flexible blend of 96% nylon and 4% spandex. The fabric flexes with your moves, provides 40-UPF sun protection and sheds moisture with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Harness-friendly details include offset belt loops, a low-profile front snap and a gusseted crotch. The five-pocket design keeps you organized when you hit the road. Inseam is 12".
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- Made of lightweight stretch-woven nylon/spandex fabric, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and 40-UPF sun protection
- Zip fly with metal snap closure; belt loops
- Pockets: two front angled; two-rear patch with envelope closure; zippered patch pocket on right thigh
- Gusseted crotch for ease of movement
- 12˝ inseam
- 4.5-oz 96% nylon/4% spandex with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and 40-UPF sun protection
Weight: 7.6 (oz.)
Material: 96% nylon/4% spandex with a DWR finish
Fit: Regular Fit
Vendor ProductId: 57921
Review ProductId: 28539
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Don't wrinkle much
- Everyday wear
- Don't own enough of them
- Eating dinner
Comments about Patagonia Rock Craft Shorts (Men's):
These shorts are good for snorkeling. Seriously, once I was on Citico Creek snorkeling with a group of wilderness advocates. We were learning from the Cherokee National Forest's main biologists about why this area is so important. It was really, really cold and even though we had wetsuits I dug through my car and wore everything I could find under the suit. I had a Patagonia R1 jacket, wool undershirt, wool underpants and these wonderful shorts.
We snorkled quite a bit, although I had to stop frequently and warm up in the sun. We got to see the endangered darter fish in their mating colors. We also saw a couple gar that were amazingly far upstream for their size. They must have been eating the darters. Anyways, afterward we got out and headed back home to Chattanooga while my shorts (still wearing them) dried out and started to look nice again. I did change my shirt, but by the time we got back to town I went out to eat in the shorts. They looked great.
I guess my point is, you don't even know what these shorts are useful for yet. Just get a couple pair.