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Show the masses that you've found the way to comfortable climbing.

The North Face Men's Bishop Pant is part of the new climb-specific line that utilizes athlete-tested design features to complement your movements on and off rock or climbing wall, not hinder them.
  • Harness-friendly design features strategic seam and pocket placement as well as stretch inserts at waist sides to eliminate that belt-under-harness discomfort
  • Gusseted crotch and articulated knees help keep pant legs from riding up while you stretch and hike
  • Cinch cords keep hems from hooking onto your heels during heel-holds
  • Elastane added to the breathable yet durable cotton canvas helps while you hike and climb
  • Reinforced panels at the thighs help reduce premature wear
  • UPF-50 sun protection helps you fend off fatigue and dehydration due to exposure

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5 5

Comfortable, Durable , lightweight

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wore these to work one day and it started to pour rain, I had rain jacket but the water just deflected onto the pants. Within 2 hours I was dry again and didn't have to feel gross and wet all day. The material is pretty tough too, I've snagged against rose bushes with no problems.

I'm a size 33/34, which is on the border...

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I'm a size 33/34, which is on the border of the medium and large sizes. Can anyone tell me if these pants run large or small and how much they will cinch down? Any advice would be great!

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They are a little awkward to wear with a belt, I got a large and they are more on the 34 inch side of the spectrum. Ideally it would be nice to not have to wear a belt. If I could do it over again I'd buy the medium.

I'm a 31-32 W. What size would you...

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I'm a 31-32 W. What size would you suggest?

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I would suggest medium then. I'd rather have them just a tad bigger and be able to adjust that rather than too tight and not be able to do anything about it.

4 5

Pretty sweet

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Don't really understand all the negative reviews, these actaully fit really well on me (5'10, 175, 33W). Great range of motion for climbing, great fit with a harness and the cinch cords are an awesome touch for when my shoes are on and I don't want them catching on my heels. One star off because the cinch cords could use a pocket or something to stow the slack. They just kind of hang loose which hasn't been a problem yet but could be if they snag a branch or something someday. Plus these look great as an everyday pant. Got em in grey and I wear them to work, going out and they're happy everywhere

3 5

I'm hard to fit

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I'm a size 37 in the waist. A 38 is too big and a 36 too small. I wish manufacturers would consider those of us in this section of no-man's land. This seems like a fine product, but I had to return it because it was too big in the waist. Service was great.

3 5

Bag city

Good material, only problem is there is way too much of it. I got a M and I'm usually pretty tight in TNF pants but I felt like I was about to get my five-finger discount on in the local grocery store with this baginess.

3 5

Bag city

Good material, only problem is there is way too much of it. I got a M and I'm usually pretty tight in TNF pants but I felt like I was about to get my five-finger discount on in the local grocery store with this baginess.

2 5

What were they thinking?

I really wanted to like these. Very few companies make a double knee climbing pant these days, but the fabric felt clammy and they have a ridiculous metal zipper on the rear. Perhaps there's some enclave of climbing fashionistas in Williamsburg that wouldn't mind, but it makes no sense. It'll unnecessarily wear on your harness and grind in an offwidth. Weird planning, TNF.

5 5

Full range of movement!

I love climbing in cotton and not sacrificing range of movement...this pant is my new go-to!