Rhone calls their Commuter Pants a pair of trousers for “men who hustle for a living.” You know, the young men who take the train to their entry-level jobs every morning, spend the weekends working on a side business, or anyone else on the grind to carve their place in the world.
Designed for work and travel, the pants are rigged for comfort and security, ensuring you can spend the day hopping from one office to another without any trouble. Granted, these aren’t dressy enough to wear with a business suit, but for guys grinding at an office with a casual dress code, this thing just might turn out to become your steady go-to trousers for work.
The Rhone Commuter Pants is cut from a Japanese-made polyester blend, with an engineered stretch around the knees for improved mobility and a gusseted crotch that lets you jump the stairs three steps at a time. For those who frequent trains and crowded areas, it comes with a hidden security pocket inside the back pocket, so you can keep your wallet out of reach from thieving hands.
The usual coin pocket, by the way, was bumped up into a media pocket to fit your smartphone, minimizing the chances your phone will fall off your pocket when you ride a bike to work. And, yes, this will look good with both casual shirts and button downs, making it a versatile addition to anyone’s closet.
Available now, the Rhone Commuter Pants are priced at $129.