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Jeans are always the-go-to for kicking around town, but sadly, they don't possess the elements of comfort needed for rides to the office or to the pub for-post work pints. So, instead of denim, get yourself into a pair of Zoic Downtown Stretch Pants for a more comfortable and stylish commute. Made to look and fit like a combination of your favorite jeans and riding shorts, these pants have a comfortable, durable construction that'll keep you riding in them daily.
Cut into a straight-leg fit, the Downtown Stretch Pants use a double-weave stretch fabric for a casual look that accommodates the movements of cycling. And knowing that the pants will be seeing a ton of action, Zoic gave them a DWR treatment to repel wind and water. Now, with the right jacket, your ride won't be impeded by foul weather. Another issue that we're happy to see addressed is the prevention of chafing. The soft liner of the pants sits comfortably against your skin without irritating it. The gusseted crotch eliminates the center seams, giving you a better range of motion when you're sprinting out of the saddle through city traffic. The fixed waistband with belt loops lets you dress these pants up with your best strip of cowhide. And when you aren't wearing a belt, the internal drawstring dials in the fit.
The Downtown Stretch Pants have all of the classic features of your favorite jeans -- two front hand pockets, a coin pocket, and two rear open pockets. A storage space on the right leg stealthily stashes your sunnies. And to prevent any scratches or smudges, it has a microfiber cleaning cloth attached inside. An internal pocket sleeve houses your MP3 player or cell phone. Zoic also added a cord control grommet and loop to route your headphones. So, you can mash to your favorite playlist without getting tangled up for now on.
The Zoic Downtown Stretch Pants are available in the color Black and in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large.
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These pants look quite good off the bike, the fit is spot on and they're very comfortable while riding. My only beef is that the legs roll up and button into the pant leg. This makes it hard to roll them down when you arrive at your destination. Also, my ankles get cold... Would have been better if equipped with snaps like the showers pass hybrid.