They look like any casual pair of jeans. Move around in Kitsbow’s 5-Axis Drifter Jeans, however, and you’ll realize just how different it is from the rest of the denim trousers hanging in your closet.
Designed for folks who get around town in bicycles, the pants are cut in a unique fabric that’s made using a unidirectional yoke weave. That enables it to provide complete freedom of movement, ensuring there’s no restriction on your legs while you zip through cars on the road and nearly run over people standing on the sidewalk.
The Kitsbow 5-Axis Drifter Jeans uses a custom blend of cotton, Cordura, and just a hint of lycra, turning out a pair of trousers that’s durable enough for roughing it up in a motorcycle while sporting a comfortable amount of stretch. It has a tapered slim fit with extra room in the thigh, so your muscles can comfortably expand during exertion, while a shaped seam around the knee and a four-piece ergonomic waistband allows for comfortable riding all around the city.
Features include a classic five-pocket profile, a functional interior gusset, fully-finished interior seams to create cleaner lines, a 14-inch leg opening, and a blackened hardware. It even comes with a reflective print on the interior, so you can fold the hem for visibility during night-time rides.
Available now, the Kitsbow 5-Axis Drifter Jean is priced at $185.