Ideal commuting pants should be comfortable to ride in, durable, stand up to the elements, and be able to walk into the office without turning a head (except maybe if it's to say "Dng, those are some boss britches!"). The Pearl Izumi Versa Pants do just that. With DWR treatment they will let rain roll right off, and Transfer Versa fabric construction provides optimal moisture control, so you can stay dry and comfortable on the ride. You'll be happy to find that the two standard front hand pockets are secured with zippers, along with a zippered side stash and zippered rear pocket, so you can keep all of your essentials secure on the commute. A gusseted crotch moves seams away from the sensitive spots, enabling them to withstand the abuse of your saddle day in and day out and increase durability. Maybe the most important features on the Versa Pants are the smallest. The pants sport small reflective accents, because ultimately any commute is instantly made better when the two-ton road beasts we share our ride with can see us, and give us the space we need to arrive safely. Subtle reflective accents can be all it takes to help catch the eye of drivers, and their strategic placement allows the pants to pass at work without looking gaudy.
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