• Hyper-elastic high-resistance cotton / Lycra® fabric.
• Slim fit.
• Reinforced knees.
• Ergonomic waist.
• Adjustable hems.
• Aged wash.
Jeanstrack's Aribe model combines two hyper-elastic fabrics made with combed cotton and Lycra®. The high quality combed cotton, in addition to providing a very soft touch, provides greater strength and durability due to the length of its fibers. On the other hand, the use of Lycra® as elastic fiber, guarantees both a high elasticity and recovery. Thanks to the dyeing with special pigments and the washing, an aged and worn effect is achieved in the seams that give it a cool and characteristic look, just like any casual pants you wear every day.
Adjustable hems by elastic cord. Ergonomic slim fit. Coin pocket with waterproof zipper for small items. Pocket on the side of the knee with waterproof zip. Reinforced and postformed knees. Two French-cut front pockets and two large rear pockets. Ergonomic waist. Climbing brush holder for right-handed and left-handed. Snap button for the waist closure.
Aribe is a trouser designed for the practice of climbing and bouldering as well as hiking, but for its casual look and comfort, it is also a pair of pants that you can use all year round to travel or for any other daily use such as going out to buy or go for a drink with friends.
The design and manufacture of this garment have been made in Spain (EU) respecting all regulations respecting the environment and social rights. Being a product of proximity, with your purchase, you contribute to the benefit of your community.
• This garment is treated with special pigments that tend to disappear with the use and washing.
• Always wash the garment inside out to preserve the worn effect of the garment for as long as possible.
• Avoid directly ironing the thermo-adhesive details (transfers) with the logo and the brand name.
97% combed cotton
LYCRA® is a synthetic elastane fibre that can stretch up to six times its length and return to its original state, over and over again.
It was invented by Joseph Shivers, a chemist who worked at North American company DuPont in 1959 and patented it that same year, giving it the trade name LYCRA®. When introduced for the first time, elastane revolutionised many areas of the textile industry.
Elastane has been commercialised in the textile sector since its invention, under the trade names NUMA®, UNEI®, DORLASTAN® and LYCRA®, among others. The LYCRA fibre is now the property of the company Invista. It isn't a fabric, but rather one of the fibres that comprise a fabric. Its properties are to provide elasticity and a higher quality than other elastanes. Nowadays it is mostly used in the sports industry, thanks to its flexibility and lightness.
This material works as a continuous filament as it can be either a monofilament or multi-filament.
It is used to form fabrics, but never alone as it is combined with other natural, artificial or synthetic fabrics that provide a more pleasant touch and volume to the fabric.
Main characteristics of LYCRA®
- It can be stretched up to 500% without breaking.
- It can be stretched many times and will always return to its original shape.
- It dries quickly.
- Sweat resistant (ideal for sportswear).
More durable fabric.