Chrome Industries technical apparel line is made with cyclists in mind to keep them comfortable on the bike and off. The Chrome Industries Brannan Pants are a great example of their dedication to this.
Made with water resistant 4 way-stretch Everest fabric the Brannan Pant is made with comfort and mobility in mind. The pants are also made with articulated knees for extra flexibility. A ventilated, gusseted and reinforced crotch area to add on the bike comfort. There is a zippered front passport pocket to place the important items you wouldn’t want to fall out. The inseam on the inside of the pants have a reflective hit for added visibility in low light situations. The Brannan pants are made to a workwear inspired fit, so they are not like your skinny jeans you still haven’t gotten rid of.
The goal with these pants is to have all day comfort on the bike with a look that won’t be out of place at the office or bar. Chrome Industries really hit the mark with this. I have been wearing them for the past month on and off the bike and have been very stoked on them. I will even wear them when not going on a ride since they are comfortable enough to do about anything.
They feel really durable as well, and I have not hesitated to take them to places they may make contact with anything. The water resistant fabric is perfect for the days you just aren’t sure if you will get rained on. I definitely got caught in some spring showers with them and came home to dry legs. Thanks Chrome!
The Chrome Industries Brannan pant is a great pant to ride around the city and wear straight into work. With cycling comfort in mind first, you will not feel the strain of non stretch pants while on the bike, but you won’t look like you are wearing a tech pant off the bike. My waist size is 31 and these pants only come in whole sizes. I got the 32’s and they slightly big on me, but nothing a belt couldn’t handle. I would size down next time since the fabric does have some great stretch to them. The new Brannan now comes in two inseam lengths of 32” and 34”.
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