Shinya Hasegawa’s Battenwear treads the fine line of American casual and Japanese sophistication. And boy, does it do it well. Mixing the perfect blend of staple silhouettes with American sportswear vibes and Japanese sartorial swagger is no easy feat, but Battenwear has carved out their place in the market with expert precision. Taking inspiration from hiking, mountaineering, surfing, and workwear clothing, any piece from Battenwear is an easy ‘go-to’ in your wardrobe—and the Bouldering Pant is a prime example of this.
Coming in a 10 oz. black or caramel duck canvas, the pant takes inspiration from climbing apparel with an emphasis on comfort and functionality. They feature zip pockets and fly, reinforced knees, a crotch gusset for added movement, an elasticated ankle, and a mil-spec branded belt. In short, a super functional pant that works equally well for days at the crag or days on the couch.
Available for $285 at Lost & Found