Grunge is definitely not the only good thing to come out of Seattle in the 90s, back in 1993 the outdoor brand Manastash was born and has been coming through with consistently cool collections ever since. With an output with both form and function at its core -basically, you can be mad active or completely chill and look good whilst doing so.
The humble short is undoubtedly a summer essential and the Flex Climber Wide Shorts from Manastash might just be only pair you need for these upcoming warmer months. Made from a medium weight 97% cotton twill weave with polyurethane making up the 3% difference to add some stretch/mobility alongside that natural comfort, these feature a relaxed loose fit with a medium rise housing 2 front and back pockets for carabiners and such.
The best part, however, is the elasticated/belted waist on top of the zip closure and snap top button, basically guaranteeing a fully custom fit tailored to each wearer. These are not too off the (climbing) wall, super clean with only a label on the rear pocket and an embroidered logo patch on the belt acting as the only branding hit. And while they’re made in China, Manastash isn’t a mass-producer and the quality looks fit for the discerning, here.
Available now in Black or Olive from Brooklyn Tailors for $100