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La Sportiva Chorro Pant - Men's

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    Comfort on the climb.

    The La Sportiva Men's Chorro Pant achieves both solid and scummy knee jams when you're neck-deep in the crux of a zero-start offwidth climb. La Sportiva made this pant out of a superlight, breathable, and partially-recycled cotton blend to keep you comfy on days hot enough for shorts, except you know better than to wear shorts on an offwidth. Pre-shaped knees help you high-step should you decide to pounce past said crux.
    • Cotton recycled polyester blend
    • Pre-shaped knees
    • Elastic waist with drawstring
    • Front and back pockets
    • Item #LSP009V

    Tech Specs

    79% cotton, 21% recycled polyester
    32 in
    2 front, 2 back
    Claimed Weight
    4.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Comfy AF

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

    I second everything Max said in his review. The Chorro pants are rad. They're really comfortable, don't restrict movement, and are holding up very well. My only pain point is the color, again, as Max pointed out. Rust is way more of a red brick color.

    Awesome climbing pants

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

    It's really hard to find good climbing pants, but after wearing these for a few days, I immediately bought a second pair.

    The material is soft and has a little stretch to it (good for high-stepping). They're fairly light-weight considering that they're made mostly of cotton.

    I've logged about a month of continuous use in them so far. From climbing in the Gunks, to sleeping in my car, to long approaches in Red Rocks, they seem to be holding up reasonably well. If they make it through the season, I'll likely buy 10 pairs. The only pant I've had make it past one season so far were the Prana Zion's.

    The Taupe color (shown as grey) is actually closer to khaki and the rust color (shown as brown) is actually closer to brick red.