Cordarounds, maker of the somewhat famous (and quirky) horizontal corduroy pants, launched their Bike to Work Pants today. From the outside, Bike to Work Pants look like any garden variety khaki, but inside they’re trimmed with Illuminite Teflon and 3M Scotchlite reflective material. By rolling up the cuffs and turning the pockets inside out, this common khaki is turned into a highly reflective safety pant.
From the Cordarounds website:
Bike pants make for silly work pants, and vice versa. So we set out to design a product for commuters that functioned equally well at both. Using fabrics like Illuminite Teflon and 3M Scotchlite we’ve bought reflectivity to regular trousers. They line the inner pantcuffs and rear pockets, allowing you to deploy added protection and reflection as you pedal off. The pant cuffs and mudflap pockets can be worn in 4 known ways. There are likely more, and we invite you to invent them.
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