We love the Commuter Pants, made with a stretch textile from Switzerland by Schoeller! Graded and cut to match the build of a cyclist. When it comes to mass manufactured clothing, this is the top of the line.
Levi’s to Introduce New Commuter Line with Six City Tour
Levi’s commuter bike shop is coming to town to showcase the Fall 2013 collection, in six cities in August: San Francisco, Portland, Austin, Brooklyn, Minneapolis and Denver. Visit their site for more details, and take a look at the newest offerings in jeans and jackets for commuting on your bike in style.
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This is far from the first time Levi's has been involved in cycling. Levi's Raleigh and Levi's Isuzu was one of the dominant teams in the US in the 1980's. Andy Hampsten, Steve Tilford, Roy Knickman, Connie Carpenter Phinney and many other pioneers of US cycling rode for this power house team. Andy Hampsten won his first stage at the Giro d'Italia with 7-Eleven while on loan from Levi's Raleigh in 1985, and Connie Carpenter won her gold medal at the 1984 Olympics while riding for the team.
They've had a commuter line for at least 3 years now. Stretch denim, reflective hits & ulock pockets.....cheaper than Outlier, Swrve, etc
I can't believe this is finally happening, I am so excited that I think I will paint my fix gear to match my skin tight overpriced dork pants...I hope they come in purple and orange!