Effective overtrousers that keep you dry but you might struggle to get them on in the first place
Well-considered, comfortable and smart trousers for riding, and not riding
Simple, slightly 'mod' trousers, for commuter/city cycling and the bit in between where you get paid to do stuff that's not cycling
Simple smart and robust tailored slacks that work well for cycling but lack features, and at a price
Solid investment for anyone who rides in really filthy conditions and wants to stay warm and dry
Feature laden, smart cycling trousesr that look good but lack performance
Not strictly designed for the bike, but they do a more than adequate job
Comfortable, slim fitting chino with enough stretch to work well on the pedals
Lovely comfortable trousers that take on most weather conditions
These are an excellent addition to a cyclist's wardrobe. If you can get the right size
Surprisingly effective and extremely portable weather protection best suited to shorter distances and bikes with full-length mudguards
Two very practical and stylish garments in one that perform well on the bike and look great off it.
Gusset-tastic. Comfy, well-made riding jeans that really work on the bike
Nicely cut for grimpeurs, smart enough for office wear, very good on the bike. Let's not talk about the price...
Versatile, practical and laid back. Almost perfect except for being a tiny bit too long
Stylish and practical trousers for commuting and touring, but check size before you buy
A posh leather trouser clip that will make your left leg jealous
Practical, stylish 3/4s for commuting, touring & urban riding
Ideal for short journeys in the rain that don't justify taking a change of clothes
Look good off the bike and works well on the bike. Great for those short urban rides.