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They’ve got the added bonus of including a hidden zippered pocket in one of the back pockets, making them extra travel-friendly. Or handstand-friendly. Either way. They’ve also got a non-stretch waistband, meaning they won’t gradually expand throughout the day and fit differently by the end, and you can skip the belt.
They come in black or blue, though each color uses a different fabric; the black uses a version of Schoeller Dryskin (which is the 4-way stretch soft shell fabric pretty much everyone loves), while the blue uses a slightly lighter (and more affordable) fabric.
Stats are for the black version:
Fabric: 73% nylon, 18% polyester, 9% Spandex
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For active travel in cool climates Thunderbolt jeans are an excellent choice. Despite the ‘jeans’ tag, they’re not denim, but a technical fabric which is wind-resistant, water-resistant and dirt-resistant on the outside while comfortable on the inside thanks to its soft lining and four-way stretch. So you can wear them all day, sightseeing in the city or hiking in the hills, and they still look good when you go to a bar in the evening.