Gear Review: Boulder Denim 2.0 Stretch Jeans

These jeans were originally made for rock climbers to provide abrasion protection and the fabric stretch and flexibility needed to pull off dynamic moves. But they are really taking off with general outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate the comfort and style of an athletic, technical pair of jeans. Boulder Denim’s 360-degree Extreme Diagonal Stretch technology moves with the body (and back to its original shape), is super durable, and non-restrictive. The PFC-free hydrophobic DWR treatment repels sweat, liquids, and stains, so there’s nothing stopping you and your new favorite jeans from charging up a steep hiking trail, climbing your favorite tree for the views, or rolling down the park hill after your feral toddler. Super deep pockets keep items from falling out on the move, and a trap pocket with a hidden zipper secures important items. Boulder Denim is available in four fits: women’s skinny and straight leg, and men’s athletic and slim styles.

MSRP: $109-$148. // (Wil Wheaton)

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