High-tech cycling clothes eliminate the need for a shower and change of clothes

By | June 10, 2011

Cyclists no longer have to arrive at their destination looking like a wet rag and needing a shower. As more people take to commuting and traveling by bike — for both health and environmental reasons — some clothing companies are stepping up, offering office-ready clothes that don’t have to be wrung out upon arrival.

Thank technology for the ability to create or enhance street wear fabrics that not only stretch, but keep perspiration away from the body, resist water and dirt, and retain heat with little insulation. Companies such as Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company Outlier design stylish menswear perfect for cyclists with features like pants with waistbands that are higher in back (so riders can lean forward without revealing too much) and back pockets that riders don’t have to sit on while cycling.

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