Made of Mil-Spec Ripstop in a 50/50 nylon and cotton blend, the American-made Odyssey cargo pant from Prometheus Design Werx feature a battle-proven military design with EDC, tool, & utility pockets, a diamond double-reinforced seat, and double & triple needle construction.
Massachusetts-based upstart 1620 Workwear has built a completely U.S.-based supply chain to create their premium products. Their double-knee work pant features full Mil-Spec construction using Tweave Durastretch, a stain, chemical & water-resistant technical fabric. With an ergonomic modern fit, articulated knees, reinforced ankles, and strategically-placed pockets for everything from your keys to your phone to tools, these pants are made to work harder and smarter.
The Apollo pant from L.A-based cycling clothier Lunis is made with a blend of nylon, polyester and elastane, offering the technical performance of adventure gear but with tailored styling that transitions easily from the bike lane to the morning meeting.
If your sleeping clothes make it through the day you’re either really successful or really suffering. But these new dress sweatpants from Betabrand put a new spin on an old standby. They take the comfort of your old pajama pants and blend it with the fit and cut of trousers suitable for a day in the office. One Monday in these bad boys and you may never go back to pressed wool slacks again.
Like flip-flops, shorts are only allowed so far from the beach – maximum distance about 1-mile. Any further, you’re committing a fashion foul. So to beat the summer heat without penalty, Outlier’s Ultralight Summer Pants will take you the rest of the way. The thin nylon-blend weave is cool, the cut is casual. They’ll take you beyond the harbor, downtown to dinner and right out to the nightclub, where someone in shorts would (and should), be turned away at the door.