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MIRIK SHORT

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The softness of your favorite jeans teamed up with the durability of nylon and the stretch of spandex — the fabric is what makes the Mirik pant stand out. Its comfort belies its toughness and its technical ability, making it perfect for travel and day hikes. A removable woven belt locally sourced in Nepal helps with the custom fit.

  • Nepalese inspired removable woven belt
  • Midweight fabric with soft, peached face combines the comfort of cotton and the durability of nylon with additional spandex to offer great stretch and ease during movement
  • Two-way stretch fabric for comfort and mobility
  • Back yoke and tilted side seam offer comfort under pack belts
  • Contoured waistband and gusseted crotch accommodate greater mobility and comfort
  • Pocketing: Side-entry pockets for ease and comfort; invisible security pocket zips shut to secure essentials
  • 9" Inseam
  • 63% cotton / 33% nylon / 4% spandex midweight poplin

Mirik (meer•rick)

Mirik is a picturesque town nestled in the serene hills of the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India.


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Great hike short. I wore this over my swim suit when we hiked in Maui. They fit great. Love the gusset, makes it easy to move even if your wet from swimming in waterfalls. They dry quick, have a great cell phone pocket on the side of the leg. LOVE that secure pocket. I only gave it 4 stars because I wish they were a tad shorter, maybe just because I am short and prefer them a bit shorter. Also i would buy another basic color if they had one. Please do more colors and maybe more inseams.

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