Haskell Lighterweight Pant
Made Just For You
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RE-USE AND RECYCLE
If you're done with your Kitsbow, because it doesn't fit any more, because you don't ride any more, or really for any reason -- then we strongly recommend you move it on to its Forever Home via Experienced Apparel, where you can sell Kitsbow for cash or Kitsbow.com store credit.
- cellphone pocket
- work attire
- compression bottoms
I've had the regular Haskell's for years and love everything about them...I'd only ever wished that they came in a slightly lighter weight fabric. Then, boom! The lighterweight Haskell! Pretty much perfection in a pant.
I'm definitely getting in line to get another pair of these Made-to-Order pants!
These are the perfect post ride "recovery" beverage gettin' pants. The fit is great after a long ride in compression bottoms - loose, but not too baggy. I could certainly use them for work attire as well. The Lighterweight material is barely noticeable, they aren't hot or sticky if you're still worked up from the ride. The upper key pocket can double as a cellphone pocket, keeping the phone out of the way if you have to ride to your barstool. Speaking of riding in the pants, the snap at the right leg hem is perfect for preventing any contact with the chain. You don't have to roll it up crazy high like some other pants. Although I don't struggle with size, it amazes me how many size options Kitsbow offers! I'm 6'0/175lbs and am currently wearing a 32X30. I also have a 32X32 in the regular weight Haskell pants and roll the leg up once.