Since 1982 Gramicci has been producing functional clothing for outdoor life. It all started in California in the 1970s, when a new generation of climbers known as Stonemasters settled in Yosemite National Park, pioneering a new way of climbing. Mike Graham, one of them with a keen eye for design, set about creating the first true climbing shorts. A diamond-shaped gusset found on a pair of kung-fu pants was added at the crotch for a full 180-degree flex, while the durable canvas kept things sturdy when the going got tough. To keep the shorts completely secure, a nylon belt has been integrated into the waist allowing for one-handed adjustment. Gramicci was born in 1982, taking its name from a nickname Graham had given himself when some of the Stonemasters attempted the first "all-Italian" ascent of Yosemite's infamous Half-Dome.

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