Gramicci Japan - Shorts
Think of Gramicci, and there’s a good chance you’ll think of
shorts. A pair of cleverly-designed cotton climbing shorts were the
first thing Gramicci founder Mike Graham put the Gramicci name to all the way
back in 1982, and 40 years later they’re still dedicated to making the
best range of shorts possible.
Some are big and baggy, some are sharp and sleek, some are made for the mountains, some are made for the sea—and all of them are made to last.
Here at Fat Buddha Store we started with the original—we’ve got the G-Shorts—a true classic.
Back in the early 80s hard-wearing legwear made with rock climbing in
mind was non-existent—so these cunning shorts, designed by Yosemite
legend Mike Graham in his garage, were nothing short of revolutionary.
Thanks to that diamond-shaped crotch gusset, legs were finally free to
move, whilst that built-in nylon webbing belt kept the shorts firmly in
place—even on the most arduous of climbs.
Today they’re still hard to beat—and thanks to that hearty organic cotton twill, they’re every bit as tough as they were back in 1982.