The women's Sherpa Mirik Pants are comfortable and durable trekking pants made from a mixture of cotton and nylon with additional spandex for extra stretch.
Sherpa Adventure Gear says:
Mirik is a picturesque town nestled in the serene hills of Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India The name Mirik comes from the Lepcha words Mir-Yok meaning "place burnt by fire."
This midweight fabric combines the comfort of cotton and the durability of nylon with additional spandex to offer great stretch and ease during movement. The peached face on the fabric makes it feel super soft.
The softness of your favorite jeans teamed up with the durability of nylon and the stretch of spandex — the fabric is what makes the Mirik pant stand out. Its comfort belies it toughness and its technical ability and boasting a water-repellent finished fabric it is perfect for travel or day hikes and any weather you may encounter. A removable woven belt locally sourced in Nepal helps with the custom fit.
The women's Sherpa Mirik Pants are a lightweight pair of trekking pants that are suitable for general outdoor use. They have a nice stretch to them because of the added Spandex in the fabric. This makes them comfortable to wear on long journeys, travelling or trekking.
It comes with a removable woven belt that's locally sourced in Nepal and will help to give you the best fit possible.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear