The Range: Commuter Pants

Office-friendly cycling pants for every man and price point

By The Editors

Bike to Work? Don’t Sweat the Commute.
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25 February 2016

Because every man loves options, and some of us need those options laid out in front of us with a variety of styles and price points, we give you The Range: a meditation on one garment every man should own, served up seven ways.

These days it is entirely acceptable for a man to ride his bike to work. Tells everyone how active you are. Shows that you care about the environment. Also because recently, cycling and activewear brands alike have made the morning commute a fashionable pursuit with office-friendly cycling clothes.

The most important of ‘em all? The cycling pant. Utilitarian and functional. Water-resistant, breathable and cut for movement. Built to look good whether you’re on or off the bike. Bonus points for reflective pant cuffs. Below, seven options for the weekday warrior.

Outerboro Edge Pant $99 | Chrome Industries Battery Work Pant $120 Ministry of Supply Aviator 2 Pants $140 Rapha Loopback Trousers $170 | Kitsbow Tech Pant $195 | Aether Apparel Bike Pant $195 | Outlier Slim Dungarees $198

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