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.
In the scruffiest of the dog days, shorts are your first line of defense against overheating. But a man cannot live on shorts alone. And yet, there are days when even your lightest weight denim will have you pooling at the knee-backs — and for those days, you’re gonna want something a little more practical.
As in: pants made for hot weather. Built to wick away moisture and stink. Cut from fabrics that breathe and move. Below, you’ll find seven options across a range of styles and price points that do just that.
Uniqlo Dry Stretch Pants $40 | Bonobos Summerweight Chinos $98 | Dish & Du/Er No Sweat Jogger $109 | Zanerobe Box Chino $130 | Outerknown Touring Pant $175 | Rogue Territory Safari Ripstop Trouser $185 | Reiss Geronimo T $220