Thanks to the transformative properties of time, many of the oddities introduced in the 1970s are no longer strange.
Smaller cars aren’t dorky. Vegetarianism isn’t wacky. Chest hair and mustaches: in.
Add to that Ortiz Industry, a new line of synthetic active/office wear for strapping, white-collared dudes everywhere.
Helmed by two former Nike designers, Ortiz uses synthetics (hey there, polyester) that are slim-fitting, easy to clean and resistant to smelly microbes.
These bulletproof chinos come with a tuck track: a sticky lining around the waist to keep your shirt in place when tucked.
The laser-cut top and back yoke will complement your build, while the full flexion gusset and drop tail give you range of movement.
Those little dots are micro-weld closures that keep you cool. And it’s UPF 50, so you don’t burn. That’s also cool.
Trust what time has endorsed, friend.