Outlier Cyclist Pants for Men Cut for Comfort and Made to Stretch

By: Geebee Micro - Published: May 21, 2009 • References: outlier.cc
These new cyclist pants from Outlier dubbed "The Climber," target the slender male biker, but also fit the average body size as well.

What’s great about these Outlier cyclist pants are they are not only a comfortable ride, but they also look great if you need to take a break like go to eat or take in the local bar, or are even cycling to work.

The engineering of the pants includes all the right things for cyclists. They have a higher cut in the back than the front of the pants, and are made up of stretchable fabric which expands in all directions. They also absorb no liquid in any form, so whether you spill something on them or go through a mud puddle, it doesn’t reach through the pants to your skin.

Because cyclists need their bodies to breath, The Climber line is also made to accommodate that need as well.

Some early testers offer the advice to buy the pants a size smaller than you usually will wear. They will be tight in the beginning, but they do stretch nice fairly quickly to fit you body type nice.

Taking it all into account, the real killer app for the cyclist pant line, The Climber from Outlier, is that you can do your cycling and show up looking good. Stats for Biker-Friendly Pants Trending: Older & Mild
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