While there's no shortage of clothing brands with cycling in mind, it's fair to say that they're rather style deficient. Which is why a company like Outlier is such a breath of fresh air. They've been creating stylish basics that you can ride in whilst avoiding the spandex fetishist look that cyclists have become infamous for.
The label's creations include pieces like these 60/30 chinos (so called because of the 64% cotton, 29% nylon, 7% elastic blend) that have the look of a traditional pair of chinos married with the functionality associated with an uglier branch of clothing.
The brand have been creating functional basics for a while, starting off with waterproof trousers and eventually moving into a full wardrobe of clothing that's made for function but possible to wear casually.
So, If you've ever been worried by the idea (and reality) of some chinos not being able to deal with the grit and dirt of everyday life, these are the trousers for you. If nothing else, they'll make you look like you're about to make good on your promise to start cycling again.