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【 一件能陪你探索世界各地的褲子 】


有了《 686 Anything Cargo Pant 》讓你刷新對機能褲的認知。



  • 側拉網眼口袋(可將褲子收納成袋)
  • 後側褲耳隱藏口袋
  • RFID口袋(可保護您的信用卡不被感應盜刷)
  • 兩側臀部口袋,內側各有一個隱藏卡袋
  • 側邊零錢、護照袋,拉鍊防止重要物品掉落
  • 左側證件+筆袋設計
  • 右側手機口袋



  • 透氣面料 92%尼龍 / 8%彈性纖維+DWR防潑水抗污材質
  • UPF(紫外線防護係數)40+
  • 所有接縫均採用耐用 Duracore™ 線縫製
  • Innie + Outie 腰部抽繩設計(可選擇從內側或外側調節)
  • 襠部裁片增加緩衝空間,大動作也從容好活動
  • 加強扣眼/口袋開口車縫
  • 標誌性紅色內部褲口鍊式縫合



Everywhere Pant 〖 10個口袋設計/直筒版型 〗

Anything Cargo Pant〖 13個口袋設計/寬鬆版型 〗


The Uncargo Cargo. A looser fit with knee articulation and engineered cargo pockets presents a minimalist look without sacrificing storage and functionality.

Inseam Lengths:

  • Size 30: 30" (16" Leg Opening)
  • Size 32: 32" (16½" Leg Opening)
  • Size 34: 32" (17" Leg Opening)
  • Size 36: 34" (17½" Leg Opening)
  • Size 38: 34" (18" Leg Opening)
  • XS號對應28腰
  • S號對應30腰
  • M號對應32腰
  • L號對應34腰
  • XL號對應36腰
  • XXL號對應38腰


Relaxed Fit - Made to move. An relaxed fit through the seat and thigh with a highly articulated leg.

  • Stretch Nylon Fabric
  • Fabric Makeup: Durable 92% Nylon/8% Spandex Stretch Fabric + DWR
  • DWR (Durable Water Repellency) Water & Stain Resistant Finish
  • Breathable fabric and design
  • 13 Pocket Design
  • Innie + Outie Waist Drawcord (Drawcord Ends Adjust Inside or Outside the Waistband)
  • Dual Side Integrated Zippered Cargo Pockets with Leg Venting
  • Dual ID Card + Pen Pocket
  • Mobile Phone Pocket
  • Secure Velcro Back Pockets with Internal Card Pockets
  • Belt Loop Stash Pocket
  • RFID Blocking Pocket to Protect Your Credit Cards
  • Key Ring Eyelet on Belt Loop
  • Crotch Gusset for Added Mobility
  • Reinforced Buttonhole
  • Reinforced Pocket Openings
  • Articulated Knees
  • Signature Red Internal Cuff Chain Stitching
  • UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) 40+
  • All Seams Sewn with Durable Duracore™ Thread

686 Story


We believe that life should be lived without limits and that your choice of technical apparel should reflect this. All 686 products are created with the goal of pushing current boundaries of design, construction and interaction. Each piece is uniquely crafted to provide more than you expect and push your experience beyond what you thought possible.



Since 686 founder, Michael Akira West, first stepped on a skateboard as a youth in the early eighties, he immediately had a new addiction and inspiration. The freedom that skateboarding provided birthed a lifelong quest for freedom of expression through all forms of mediums. Throughout the following years, Mike transitioned from skateboarding to snowboarding, working and riding in Big Bear, CA and continually gathering and exploring new ideas including unique apparel based around the southern California snowboard scene. 



On November 13, 1992 Mike officially launched Jib 686 Enterprises, a small collection of denim, technical outerwear and accessories. What began as a class project during his time at the University of Southern California was now a reality. In 1995 Jib 686 Enterprises became 686 Enterprises as Mike began to travel to larger mountains and encountered a scene and riding conditions vastly different from and far larger than the jib scene of his local resort, Big Bear. 1995 also saw the birth of the 686 SMARTY® 3-in-1 Cargo Pant. The SMARTY® 3-in-1 purposeful proposition later spawned other intelligent products such as the Original Toolbelt and Thermagraph® Body Mapping System that are still in the collection today. 


The name 「686」 has its roots in numerics. There have been a lot of rumors about the meaning of 686, but 686 stems from personal dates and numbers in Mike's life that all merged together at the perfect time. However personal as it started, the number has now become synonymous with providing innovative, forward thinking outerwear and technical apparel inspired by the outdoors and mountain culture.


686 Technical Apparel continues to be independently owned and operated since 1992.



The Compton Surf Club


The Principle is simple, teach new skills, build self-esteem and keep at risk youth off the streets of our local Compton neighborhoods through boardsports and art.

When 686 moved to the Compton, CA neighborhood we were looking at ways to embrace and simultaneously expose the youth to the things that inspired us to build our lifestyles and brands – surfing, skateboarding, art, snowboarding and mountain culture.


The unique challenge of turning down a mountain, standing up on a wave, or riding atop a skateboard under your own balance and power while your best friends are right there cheering you on is an experience unique to board sports and our culture. Having conquered something new that their friends have never tried provides club members a platform to stand up on and be proud.


For this project we have chosen to work with Roy W. Roberts, II Watts/Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club. A portion of proceeds from every Compton Surf or Snow Club item will help support our ongoing volunteer efforts with the Club. View the current collection.