An incredibly tough and stylish pair of climbing shorts from Montane in collaboration with the British Mountaineering Council
Size:Xs - Extra Small, UK 8
Product ID: 257053 FOSSHSLA 5056237029159
Montane's incredibly lightweight On-Sight Shorts are designed to be super tough without any extra weight or bulk and are perfect for the climbing wall or casual wear!
With stretch organic cotton, these climbing shorts are super strong and durable, and elastane gives additional stretchy comfort. Added UPF treatment even repels those unwanted rays.
The On-Sight Shorts feature a low profile THERMO LITE stretch waistband for all-day comfort that also wicks moisture away so you'll feel constantly fresh.
Offering plenty of storage, the On-Sight Shorts have two deep front hand pockets, with an additional compartment at the rear providing plenty of room for all of your essentials.
Montane has partnered with the British Mountaineering Council to produce a range of laid back climbing clothes that are perfect for long days at the crag while keeping the innovation, intelligent design and expertise that Montane is known for. Both the BMC and Montane are invested in the preservation of the British Outdoors for climbing, walking and mountaineering, with that in mind Montane will donate 5% of the MONTANE X BMC clothing sales in the UK to the Access & Conservation Trust (ACT) a BMC headed charity that supports ‘The Climate Project’ and its efforts to recover the English Moors.
Developed by climbers for climbers, Montane’s On-Sight Shorts are a strong and lightweight pair of climbing shorts that are perfect for adventures or casual wear around the house.
Material: 97% Organic cotton blended with 3% elastane for stretch comfort
Pockets: Two deep front hand pockets, one rear pocket
Waistband: THERMO LITE stretch
UPF 50+ treated
Deep, stretch, wicking waistband
Twin stitched in-seam
Montane will donate 5% of the MONTANE X BMC clothing sales in the UK to the Access & Conservation Trust (ACT) a BMC headed charity that supports ‘The Climate Project’ and its efforts to recover the English Moors
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