Make the most of your globetrotting days and weekend outings. The stretchy synthetic fabric wicks moisture and endures rough handling, but has the ease of cotton. Hike the local hills, stop for gelato, and meet up for dinner, without wondering if you need to change.
- Stretch twill is a nylon and spandex mix that looks like cotton, but with exceptional movement and durability.
- Pockets are lined with airy polyester mesh.
- Jean style cues: front slash pockets, back drop-in pockets, belt loops, and zipper fly.
- Cargo pockets with a snapped flap on the right, and a large drop-in pocket with smaller drop in pocket on top flap.
- Laser-cut coin pocket has a sleek finish.
- Cold wash, dry on low. No bleach, no dry cleaning. Iron on low if needed.
- Longer cut offers coverage and changes-up the traditional shorts silhouette.
The space we are taking over provides great potential to bring the MEC brand to life inside and out.
The design will be in-keeping with the new architectural embodiment of the MEC brand, with extensive use of wood on both the inside and outside of the building. Green building features will include a high-performance building envelope and heating, cooling and ventilation (HVAC) system.
All MEC facilities are subject to our internal green building program, which establishes minimum performance standards. MEC Laval will be no different.
Two of the most important aspects of green buildings are the building envelope and the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (or HVAC) system. The Laval store will provide R40 and R60 thermal performance in the walls and roof, respectively, and feature a best-in-class roof top HVAC system.
Energy efficient lighting will also be used throughout the store. Plus, Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) will be purchased for all energy consumed by MEC Laval.
MEC aims to maximize efficiency and minimize environmental impacts in our stores. Learn more about our green buildings.
The finished inseam measurement of the garment.