Pedal Ed’s new pants are designed for cycling, yet are loose and stylish enough for travel and even everyday wear. They’re made from quick-drying and wrinkle-resistant fabric, have reflective details on the ankles and protective overlays on the chain side.
Vollebak’s spendy pants are made from three layers of fabric that make them resistant to fire, water, wind and abrasion. They also have four zipped pockets, leg vents that go all the way up to the knee, and an adjustable belt tape to protect your ankles. Also available as shorts.
Streetwear has moved on to cropped dad slacks, and elephant jeans are biding their time. But athleisure endures in the latest drop from Adidas By Kolor. The Hybrid Pants put a tech wear twist to track pants using Adidas’ breathable fabric on its roomy crotch.
Danish sportswear brand Hummel dug through its archive to create a joyful collection of athleisure gear that screams ’90s. The polyester jackets and pants have swaths of yellow, orange and purple, while the cotton collared jersey has white, pink and yellow stripes.
Snowpiercer. Designer Greg Lauren brought an edge to luxury brand Moncler’s clean and shiny apparel by replacing all or part of them with his brand’s washed and weathered clothing and fabric. Lauren called his approach “destroyed elegance and imperfect perfection.”
adidas teamed up with skateboarder Lucas Puig and his homies at Hélas for a dope ’80s-themed collection. The highlights are a track jacket, track pants and shorts that are all made of nylon. The drop also includes an all-white variant of the Matchcourt skate shoe.