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Patagonia VENGA ROCK - Shorts - Men's - new adobe

Ships within 48 hours

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Use: climbing



  • Shorts
  • Model: men's
  • Regular fit
  • Casual and technical style
  • Durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
  • Custom fit
  • Belt loops
  • Zip fly
  • 2 hand pockets
  • 2 back pockets to reinforce the seat for increased durability
  • Increased comfort under the harness
  • Excellent breathability
  • Thermal regulation
  • Sufficient stretch for comfortably climbing all day long
  • Absolute freedom of movement
  • Inseam: 30.5 cm
  • Weight: 278 g


  • DWR


  • Exterior: single canvas 73% organic cotton, 24% polyester, 3% elastane
  • Fabric weight: 214 g/m²

* Price recommended by the supplier in 2019

Good deals -43%

€39.00 Incl. Tax

€69.00 Incl. Tax *



DWR: This coating allows water to form beads and run off the shell fabric instead of being absorbed. The water-repellent outer fabric increases insulation and prevents it from being saturated by liquids, preventing any feeling of dampness.




Organic Cotton: Since 1996, PATAGONIA uses organically grown cotton exclusively in all of their cotton products.

Conventionally grown cotton is doused with chemical products. Research has shown that extensive and intensive use of synthetic fertilisers, soil additives, defoliants and other substances wreak terrible havoc on soil, water, air and many, many living things.

So PATAGONIA chose an alternative: organically grown cotton without harmful chemicals. Their yield is high, and the quality of the cotton they grow is equal to or better than conventionally grown cotton. Their methods support biodiversity and healthy ecosystems, improve the quality of soil and often use less water. Organic farming is more time consuming, requires more knowledge and skill, and, for now, costs more. But it’s worth it.