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Women’s techy outdoor pants are the worst. Unflattering, inflexible, irritating, awkward, boxy, the list goes on. There’s a reason many climbers have just adopted yoga clothes at the crag and in the gym. The Dynamas were some of the first pants to steal the soft, wide waistband of yoga pants’ fame and put it on tech bottoms. Then the designers made a trouser that was sleek, stylish, and stretchy, with a DWR coating, four pockets, and cinches at the ankle. “I climbed exclusively in the Dynama for almost a year,” one tester said. “Until a partner begged me to wear another pair of pants. So I just got another color.”
Why It’s Great for Women
Super-comfy wide waistband, smart design, and flattering fit, with multiple inseam lengths and color options. These look and feel great on curvy women and straight-hipped ladies alike.
Women’s Climbing Gear Hall of Fame