Gramicci Woolen Belted Pants
These are the original 1982 Gramicci Pants that started the "Freedom of Movement." Gramicci's Curduroy Pant features a gusset crotch and allows for 180 degree leg flexibility, and the webbing belt and relaxed-fit waist can be adjusted with one hand. Classic Gramicci Pants that have been well-loved for many years are now available in stretch corduroy material that is perfect for fall and winter. It all started in California in the 1970s, when a new generation of free-spirited rock-climbers known as the Stonemasters took residency at Yosemite National Park, pioneering a new way of climbing—with a strong focus on speed and style. These new methods required a new uniform, and whilst painter pants and army surplus gear worked to a point—flexibility was needed. Mike Graham, a Stonemaster with a keen eye for design, set about creating the first true climbing shorts. Since 1982 Gramicci has been making functional clothing for life in the great outdoors. Built for movement, and loved by countless cultural movements—what started out in a garage in Ventura, California has traveled to the streets of Tokyo and beyond.