Nonetheless has combined their Polartec Neoshell fabric and the fit of slim jeans to create a weatherproof, sleek looking pair of pants for commuters.
Made in Chicago, the long-named Compound Neoshell Weatherproof Pant claims to be much more breathable than typical waterproof materials. Softer and quieter, too. The fit is made for cycling with “Anti-Sprocket” 7-inch leg openings, a grippy elastic waist band and a bit of room in the thighs. While that sounds like a recipe for Hammer pants, the pics after the break show they’re pretty slim fitting, perfect for the workplace. They have a gussetted crotch for easy movement and five pocket design to keep your tweeting device safely on your person even when pedaling.
Retail is $258.00. More pics below, and check out their website for quite a collection of high end, cycling ready gear including some killer shirts made from fashion house scraps!