Mission Workshop: The Division Schoeller®-Dryskin Chino Pant Nov 11, 2013

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When Mission Workshop first began entering the apparel market, after success in the outerwear realm, they knew they had to do things differently, while sticking to the MW DNA. I wore their Stahl riding shorts everyday for nearly three weeks in China, so when they asked me what I thought about doing chinos, I replied supportively.

The fit and detailing on their new Division chino pants differ from the other options, all while looking very much at home in the Mission Workshop apparel line.

Like all things made with Schoeller®-Dryskin, they’re not by any means cheap, but then again, they’re worlds apart from your average cotton pants. The Nanosphere® repellent treatment keeps them resistant to water and quick-drying if they do get wet, the 4-way stretch keeps them cool, in addition to offering mobility on the bike.

Made in the USA with a no-questions asked try it on free policy.

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  • Adam Herstein

    Looks nice! Too bad I just bought a few pairs of the Outlier jeans.

  • Richard Dreyer

    I can instantly tell these will not fit my legs. It’s great to see ace form/function cycling clothing but god damn if the cut of choice isn’t anything but chicken leg (yes, I fully understand thousands of cyclists faster than me have thin legs, I’m just grumpy #yolo). Outlier is still the only brand doing it right by offering the Keirin Cuts.