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Low on weight and high on comfort.

Feather light, ergonomically cut, and seriously breathable, the Stoic Thrive Short keeps you cool whether you're backpacking through the desert or nailing heel hooks on a ferocious boulder problem. The Thrive's welded construction makes your chafe-inducing cotton shorts seem straight lame, and their DWR treatment has you covered when you decide it's a good idea to try a handstand with an open beer in your pocket.

  • Polyester/spandex blend
  • DWR coating
  • Ergonomic fit
  • Welded construction

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4 5

Great shorts but needs better buckles

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

These are great for running and multi-day hiking trips. Great material and really good pockets - I run with my iPhone in my pocket and don't even notice it. The only improvement I'd make is improving the strap buckles on the sides. I've lost some weight since I bought these and now at the lower end of the size range and have to tighten up the sides to keep them up. The buckles don't grasp the straps well so I'm a little concerned my pants are going to fall down when I'm running. The straps needs adjusting at least once every mile when they become completely loose again. If you are at the lowest end of a size range, I'd recommend either going smaller size or choosing a different option.

5 5

Classic Success.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I also wear the SUP version of these shorts, and love the fabric and super-flat welded seams. Durable, stylish, good sizing, and really comfortable. Warning: the gold khaki is very puke green/gold. I am a 30 waist and wear a small, and it is snug. The little waist tighteners are next to useless, so be sure you're at the upper end of the size you're looking at getting. Tip: get these for ~10 bucks cheaper on steepandcheap.com, a bc-run deal site.

5 5

I love these shorts

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

After owning a pair for a year, I picked up a second on SAC this summer. Lightweight and comfortable, they are great for just about any activity like biking, or hiking. They are surprisingly durable for how thin they are, mostly because of the stretchiness, and the fit is good too.

I was a little bummed about the second pair I bought because the buttons switched from metal to plastic snaps which don't seem as high quality, but they work okay. And the lack of back pockets is both a pro and a con. Sometimes forcing you to carry less stuff, but then again when you are doing something active, you don't necessarily want bulky stuff in your pockets.

5 5

Great Light Short

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Bought a pair on SAC a while back and love them for warm/hot days. As Willie mentioned, you hardly feel them they're so light.

Yes, the pockets are small. They are fine for upright activities (I carry my iPhone in it while skating), but aren't deep enough to hold things when climbing. I wouldn't expect the phone to stay in the pocket just sitting.

Just picked up a second pair and figured I'd write the review ...

... anything similar on the women's side? The wife loves it as well.

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I like the shallow pockets as i use the shorts for running. A deeper pocket would mean my phone (galaxy s5) would be constantly banging against my leg, whereas the shallow pocket is perfect for keeping the phone steady against my body, and it's a big phone.

I have a few pairs of the SUP shorts too which are even better since they have a zippered cargo pocket that is great for holding my phone beside my body low on my leg for weightlifting.

5 5

Great shorts but the pockets are a joke

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

These shorts are awesome. They feel so light you hardly feel them. I mainly use them for bouldering and gym climbing and they work great, never cause any restricted movement. The pockets are really small but since the shorts are made for active use you probably wont have too much in you pockets anyways. This is my second pair and ill probably get another in the future. One complaint is they raised the price first pair I bought was $40 now they want $60 with is pretty steep unless you get them on SAC.

What's the difference between these and...

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What's the difference between these and the Thrive SUP shorts?

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Hey Amos,

There really isn't much different between the Thrive and the Thrive SUP. The SUP have a slightly different cut to it so that it doesn't ride up or chaff your legs while standing with a wide base for an extended period of time.

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Also, the SUP doesn't have a DWR coating because it's made for water sport.