The Olivers SS’20 Compass Pant

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A versatile and durable adventure pant meant to become a wardrobe staple.

Following on the footsteps of the hugely popular Passage Pant, Olivers has launched another design for those who love versatile apparel. The Compass Pant features a minimalist style, which means that it suits a wide range of outfits and environments. It’s also designed with active lifestyles in mind. Made to take you from city streets to weekend trails and back again, these pants take durability to a new level. They feature the Olivers Ripstop Nylon material that is both lightweight and heavy duty.

Originally developed in WWII as a replacement material for parachutes, the fabric is incredibly strong and tear resistant. It dries quickly, for more convenience, and also features a long-lasting water repellent and anti-UV coating. Front and back pockets provide plenty of space for small essentials, while hidden zippers keep them secure even if you’re hiking or exploring a rugged landscape. The Olivers Compass Pant comes in three classic colors: Blue Steel, Military Olive, and Khaki, at a price of $128. Finally, each pair comes with the Olivers guarantee; the brand will repair or replace products with faults outside of normal wear for a year after purchase. Photographs© Olivers.

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