Category: Trousers

Osloh Bicycle Traffic Jean – Review

Osloh Bicycle Traffic Jean – Review I have never seen a pair of jeans with so many pockets as the Osloh Traffic Trouser. It’s bonkers. There are three pockets on the rear, four on the front and even one on...

Best Waterproof Cycling Overtrousers Under £50

Best Waterproof Cycling Overtrousers Under £50 Winter’s coming… again. Every bloody year, eh? For me, and probably most Brits, winter means rain. Drizzle mostly, but sometimes you get that awful heavy stuff too. And while nice-looking water-resistant cycling trousers may...

Dish & Duer No Sweat Pants – Review

Dish & Duer No Sweat Pants – Review The number one article of clothing for any urban cyclist should be a good pair of stylish, comfortable and functional trousers. A pair that fit well, look good and offer a good...

Resolute Bay NX1 Cordura Cycling Jeans – Review

Resolute Bay NX1 Cordura Cycling Jeans – Review For the most part of 2016, I have been wearing pretty much one pair of jeans: the Resolute Bay Cordura jeans that I reviewed back in March. It’s not that I don’t...

Resolute Bay Cordura Jeans Review

Resolute Bay Cordura Jeans Review Regular jeans can be some of most unforgiving pieces of clothing when it comes to cycling, they can get warm and sweaty, rarely offer much give (especially if you opt for a slim or straight...

The Best Cycling Jeans Around for Men and Women

The Best Cycling Jeans Around for Men and Women I’ve found the most unforgiving article of everyday clothing – when it comes to cycling – to be jeans. They’re thick, warm and don’t typically offer enough give or stretch for...

Levi’s Women’s Commuter Jeans – Review

Levi’s Women’s Commuter Jeans – Review At long last, Levi Strauss & Co. has created a bike commuter clothing collection for women. The men’s collection has been out several years and is quite popular, but women who bike have long...

Cycling-Friendly Ladies Jeans from Ligne 8

Cycling-Friendly Ladies Jeans from Ligne 8 I think I am not alone in believing that buying new jeans, for women, can be as challenging and frustrating as buying swimsuits. My favourite pair, purchased in 2006, is in such terrible shape...

Are These the Perfect Bike Pants for Ladies?

Are These the Perfect Bike Pants for Ladies? Having eyed Iladora’s “Perfect Bike Pant” for a while, I naturally jumped at the chance to test out a pair. Designed and made in San Francisco, these pants were carefully created for...

Cycling to the Office PART 1: Trousers

Cycling to the Office PART 1: Trousers This is the first of our three-part series on cycling attire that is perfect for the office. Part 2 – Shirts is now also available, as is Part 3 – Footwear. A rhetorical...

Bluff Works Wrinkle-Free Pants – Review

Bluff Works Wrinkle-Free Pants – Review Finding trousers that are not only office-appropriate, but also cycling-friendly has been one of the toughest things to find since starting The Discerning Cyclist over two years ago. Some kecks look smart but don’t...

Endura Urban Pants – Review

Endura Urban Pants – Review When I’m searching for a good pair of pants to cycle in, I look for flexibility, breathability, horizontal front pockets, a bit of extra coverage for the behind and, of course, a bit of style...

Swrve Cycling Trousers – Review

Swrve Cycling Trousers – Review Searching for some trousers that can take regular use on the bike, look smart enough when you see clients and also actually be warm and comfortable is quite a task. One of the curses of...

Union 34 Element Water Resistant Trousers – Review

Union 34 Element Water Resistant Trousers – Review The quest for the perfect commuter trousers rages on. Filling all the boxes in the style column and all the boxes in the function column is certainly an ongoing battle for the...

Rapha Softshell Trousers – Review

Rapha Softshell Trousers – Review Finding a stylish pair of trousers or jeans to cycle in is pretty easy as long as you’re not too particular about functionality and durability. Add those two factors and your search becomes a great deal...