The makers of Etrefort are based in Bern, in the heart of Switzerland, and have their roots in parkour and freerunning. They produce sustainable stretch pants with a special focus on maximum freedom of movement. The result: the pants cut an excellent figure in the office as well as on the rock.

Etrefort is committed to revolutionizing the sense of movement. The motivation of the Swiss parkour pioneers was to develop pants from scratch that would meet the highest demands in terms of comfort, technical features and freedom of movement. The result is stretch jeans and stretch chinos that look stylish and follow every movement on the rock.

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The stretch trousers from Etrefort offer maximum freedom of movement - whether when hooking, spreading or when stepping up. (Picture Etrefort)

Perfect for climbing: Free to see, free to move

With its stretch jeans and stretch chinos, Etrefort has two high-quality trousers on offer that are in no way similar. The two are similar in terms of cut, although the stretch jeans are a bit narrower. Both trousers have a tight waistband on the legs so that nothing catches when climbing or obstructs the view when starting.

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And they both have another feature in common that is crucial for climbing: they are super stretchy. So you have the feeling as if you were climbing in leggings, just like Wolfgang Güllich and Co. 40 years ago.

You used to climb in leggings, now you wear Etrefort trousers

A big advantage of Etrefort trousers is their wide range of uses. The trousers look like “normal” everyday trousers, but their features also make them great for bouldering or sport climbing. Etrefort has consistently followed the credo of being able to move flexibly in every life situation.

«Anyone who is looking for climbing trousers that can also be seen in everyday life will be happy with the models from Etrefort!»

Spring Sale: Etrefort is granting a 9 percent discount as part of its spring sale until June 10th.

Features of the pants from Etrefort

The stretch jeans have two trouser pockets at the back and two at the front as well as an additional inside pocket with a zip on the left. The otherwise knotted jeans can be individually adjusted via the ribbon in the waistband. This eliminates the need for a belt, which would interfere with a climbing harness, for example.

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  • Etre Fort Stretch Ginos Zipper Back
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  • Etre Fort Stretch Chino Red
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The stretch chinos come with two front pockets plus an inside pocket with a zip and a back pocket with a zip. Like the jeans, the chinos also have a ribbon in the waistband for the perfect fit. Both pants are also equipped with a T-shirt holder on the back of the waistband.

Spring Sale: Etrefort is granting a 9 percent discount as part of its spring sale until June 10th.

Sustainably produced in Portugal

Etrefort attaches great importance to sustainability throughout the entire production process. This begins with the materials used, production, packaging and shipping and ends with the handling of unsold products. Etrefort has its clothing produced in Portugal and works there with partners who share its values ​​and vision. The stretch jeans and stretch chinos are produced by a 40-strong team in Vila Seca.

Production of Etre-Fort dresses in Portugal. Image Etre Fort
Production of Etrefort dresses in Portugal. Image Etre Fort

Spring Sale: Etrefort is granting a 9 percent discount as part of its spring sale until June 10th.

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