Designed for the urban bike commute, but with casual chino style that easily transitions off the bike, the A2B Chino Short blends outdoor performance, contemporary aesthetics, and premium fabrics with the Arcâ€™teryx focus on purpose driven design and freedom of movement. The trim fit is streamlined and moves with the body, and the gusseted crotch elevates ergonomic freedom. The herringbone fabric, Loamâ„¢, combines the comfort and look of cotton with the durability and water resistance of nylon. Elastane fibers add stretch, and a water repellant finish adds weather protection.
- Trim fitting, casually styled, water repellant chino short specifically geared for the urban bike commute.
- Weather resistant and breathable.
- Lightweight and durable.
- Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility.
- Gusseted crotch.
- Front fly with button closure
- Belt loops.
- Two hand pockets.
- Integrated reflective surfaces on the inside of bottom hems.
- Back Pocket Reflective flap tucks away when not in use.
- Two rear pockets.
Arc'teryx challenges what exists, manufacturing new ideas is their culture. Passion and curiosity fuel a continual drive to explore, to push the boundaries of what is known, regardless of assumptions. Founded by Vancouver climbers in 1989, Arc’teryx has but one single goal; to create equipment that enables a person to be immersed in the moment of doing, regardless of external conditions.
Their Design Centre is a hive of likeminded individuals, a hands-on think tank of active designers, materials experts, pattern makers and product developers who know what they want, how it will be used and why it has to work. Arc’teryx's dedication to craftsmanship is expressed through their manufacturing processes, quality and integrity can only be achieved through effective partnership with their factories and suppliers.
Arc’teryx strive to deliver products that are as good as they can possibly be, so that they perform over time and beyond expectation, this is the heart of what Arc'teryx does and the roots of the company — to create what does not yet exist.