Everlane — makers of affordable everyday basics and population of half of this editor's wardrobe — just launched a performance chino at $68, which is a decent price for casual dress pants that double as technical apparel. Still, given that it’s 40 degrees in New York and I’m not biking to work, the stretch and sweat-wicking properties aren’t going come into use anytime soon.
Instead, dig a little deeper on the site and you’ll find a “Choose What You Pay” section filled with heavyweight chinos at half off, or just $34 if you choose the cheapest option.
Available in eight colors, these slim fit pants feature a heavier twill but still have a touch of stretch (credit the 2% elastane) and almost all sizes are available. Depending on where you live, these’ll get you through May and then pick up right again in September.
Everlane’s Choose What You Pay section also features an array of heavyweight, midweight, athletic and straight chinos on sale for $34-$41, along with a selection of heavily discounted flannels, polos and shorts.
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