Meet the Highballer Pants: the only companion you'll need for bouldering sessions or a chill day in town. Made for those who love the thrill of scaling and the comfort of organic wear. Here's what makes them great: 🌍 Earth-Loving Materials: Made of 98% organic cotton, these pants are our love letter to Mother Earth. Eco-friendly and feels so right. 🤸 Move Freely: Thanks to the bi-stretch fabric and clean-line gusset crotch, you've got all the mobility for climbing moves or that impromptu dance-off. 🪨 Tough Love: Got a rough climb or a rigorous day? No worries! Our rugged fabric can handle the scrapes and scuffles. 🏞️ For Indoors & Out: Perfect for both bouldering sessions and your coffee runs. Who said style can't be versatile? 👖 Stay Snug: No one likes pants that ride down. Our waistband with a strap ensures it stays put, no matter how gravity-defying your moves are. In short, these pants are your new go-to. Stylish, sustainable, and stretchy - for those who don't compromise between fashion and function. Because at Rúngne, we believe in feeling great while doing great. Grab yours now, and let’s make every climb a stylish ascent!
Idk why I thought I’d fit in these lol and I don’t want to pay the money to send them back to Norway.
They fit my legs but were too big on the front part (understandably so).
Absolutely LOVED the texture and flexibility of the pants, but as I said sadly they don’t fit lol if there were woman’s pants I would of been better off I think :)
They work for every activity
Perfect fit. Extremely comfortable. Good for any occasion! I’m considering testing as pijamas. I am sure they’ll be just as great!
Hands down my favorite pants now. Made very well and much thicker than most pants this stretchy/mobile. I've always lived using chalkbag straps as belts, it's even better built in. The pants are so versatile that I could comfortably wear them to an office job, do the splits, climb a wall, or literally sleep in them. You never realize how constricted and immobile normal clothes make you until you find something like these.
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