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Psilocybin Society Sweatpants in Olive

At some point during 1972 Neil Young and Phil Lesh of The Grateful Dead formed the California Psilocybin Society, a tongue in cheek club celebrating their love of taking hallucinogenic mushrooms. The Grateful Dead had long been advocates of magic mushrooms, while usually associated with LSD, the band found mushrooms offered a more mellow trip and a better connection to the natural world. Psilocybin mushrooms have been used in indigenous New World cultures in religious, divinatory, or spiritual contexts for thousands of years. A Psilocybe species known to the Aztecs as teōnanācatl (literally “divine mushroom” in Nahuatl language) was reportedly served at the coronation of the Aztec ruler Moctezuma II in 1502. This information allegedly inspired Young to write his seminal track Cortez the Killer.

Heavyweight 14oz organic slub cotton sweatpants based with front sideseam pockets and elasticated drawstring waist. Based on the same pattern as our staple Zuma Pants.

Made from soft Portuguese cotton twill with deep functional asymmetric wrap around pockets and a relaxed cut with tapered leg.


Made in Portugal



Size Chart


Waist 30 - 32 inch

Inside leg 30 inch


Waist 32 - 34 inch

Inside leg 30 inch


Waist 34 - 36 inch

Inside leg 32 inch



Waist 36 - 38 inch

Inside leg 32 inch


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