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Multi-pitch climbs to peak-bagging missions.
Whether you're conquering red rock in Nevada or pushing up Colorado 14ers, the ROJK Superwear Men's Atlas Pant fits the bill with its tough, stretchy fabric and a tapered design that reduces baggage without restricting movement. Like its far-flung name implies, the Atlas Pant is designed to tag along on your favorite adventures, from climbing at your favorite crag to hiking up rolling foothills and towering peaks.
The nylon fabric won't rip or tear out like weaker polyester fabrics, with added spandex for free-range flexibility that's perfect for placing tricky footholds at the crag and high-stepping over deadfall on the trail. Stretch panels along the waistline ensure a secure fit that conforms to your active pursuits. And because it's Bluesign-approved, you can proudly wear this pant knowing that toxic chemicals were removed from its manufacturing process.
- Active-wearing pants for climbing and hiking
- Nylon fabric is tough-wearing and smooth
- Added stretch for full range of motion
- Stretch panels at waistline for secure fit
- Bluesign designation increases its overall sustainability
- ROJK Superwear is a Sweden-based brand, proudly made in Europe
- Q & A
Atlast Pant Caimito
These pants are great, they are technical but great for casual wear as well. The type of pants you can hike or climb in, but then wear to go get coffee.
The Caimito color is a little bit brighter blue than it is in the image, so I attached a photo to give a better representation of the fit and color
Nice Details but Poor Fit
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Medium
These pants have a really nice fabric and high attention to detail, but the fit is pretty wonky. I typically wear a 32" waist or size medium and went with a medium based on the size chart The legs were skin tight from ankle to thigh (pretty average legs), and the waist was slightly loose despite having some elastic sections. These seem like they'd be awesome pants if the fit was better, but sizing up to get the legs right will probably lead to a loose fitting waist.