UNIFORM | Outlier Riding Pants

A few years ago when I heard about the NYC brand Outlier, I posted about them thinking they were a great idea (a good looking, all-purpose pant, with a little bit of stretch that will hold up for a daily bike commute, a day in the office, and even a night out). Recently I've had the pleasure of trying out the Women's Daily Riding Pant ($188) in army green, and while I was out for a quick spin to the post office today, I was really pleased with the functionality of these pants as well as the nice silhouette—the cut reminds of an equestrian pant and it's similarly high-waisted so we're not flashing our hindquarters to traffic behind us. Ride on!

14 comments:

the dizzle said...

woah, I was just reading the interview with Abe Burmeister on Paradigm last night (http://paradigmmagazine.com/site/tag/outlier/), adding those pants to "list of things I need to save up for". They look like the perfect pants for my job as a barista!

i think therefore i blog. said...

i purchased a pair of these last year and was very disappointed with how sad my ass looked in these pants. mind you, i don't have the greatest ass - but still, i had hoped the cut would compliment all booties.

Anonymous said...

i have that bike!

That's Not My Age said...

These are fantastic - I need a pair. Wondering if they ship to the UK, or if I need to get my brother in NYC on the case?

Anonymous said...

What kind of bike is that?

Anonymous said...

ditto at "i think..." these pants are not flattering AT ALL. my pair spend all their time hanging in my closet and never on the seat of my bike...

BEYOND BUMMED.

l'airbag said...

So sorry to hear about sad butts, my friend whose butt is a bit flat looked fab on them!

TaNeesha Johnson said...

and those shoes are from....

Lizzie said...

Checking on the make of the bike and shoes...stand by!

eypolapol said...

I think this is so sexy.

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Lizzie said...

The boots in the top photo are Via Spiga and the bike is a Raleigh Twenty folding model.

Rocks Paper Metal said...

I HAVE got to get me a pair of these amazing pants!

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MolHen said...

It's a Raleigh Twenty. They were popular in the late 60s and 70s. Some of them fold too. They are super fun to ride! I have a bronze one

Mia Mia said...

I have a pair of these pants and I LOVE them. I have worn high(er)-waisted pants before and so wasn't expecting miracles with my rear, but I think they are flattering and chic. I'm a little curvier and I think it's worth giving them a try, if only because they are so functional.