Maloja’s Latest Hemp Blends

Maloja is an outdoor apparel maker based in Rimsting, Germany, enlarging its presence in North America. (Last year, Maloja opened its first North American flagship store in Stowe, Vermont.) Known largely for its boutique mountain bike clothing and outerwear, Maloja also offers multisport apparel for hiking, skiing and climbing, as well as a line of Streetwear. An unerring and slightly offbeat design-sense combined with a focus on durability and sustainability set Maloja well apart in a crowded marketplace.

We’ll never run out of good things to say about Maloja and especially their lineup of versatile pants. Check the PuzpanM. stretch pants made of a pleasing hemp blend:


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Good for climbing, biking, or running/hiking, this multisport pant boasts an adjustable waistband with integrated belt for handy sizing. Zippered pockets on sides and back complement your on-the-fly lifestyle. And the preshaped knees and elastic leg ends suit active people. As does the material blend, including 15% hemp and 85% recycled polyester. This is slightly stretchy but soft enough for lounging. Fact: You can live 24/7 in these pants if you need to.


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Pair these pants with the SaxseeM., a classic plaid with a Kent collar and rounded hem. The SaxseeM. is made of Maloja’s Hemp Check, a sustainable, eco-friendly material mix of hemp and organic cotton, slightly roughened and comfortable for both travel and everyday wear.

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