Come here with me: Jeans and yoga pants are the most popular types of pants anecdotally. What would happen if you combined the two and made superpower pants that look like jeans but have the functionality, stretch, and comfort of the popular yoga pants?
My guess: you would rule the world and win over a lot of people who don't really want to go to work with yoga pants.
Performance jeans were introduced years ago, thanks to climbers who loved durability and comfort on jagged stones. The crap was clear though: they are not the friendliest for these flexible gumby-like maneuvers. As a result, brands have oriented themselves to the American public: we love our jeans, but could you please make more user-friendly?
Enter: Performance Jeans. The pants make more sense, above all, thanks to high-tech denim or features that finally bring fashion behind function. Try them out and let me know what you'd like to add to the list.
Your Stay Dry Denim Slim
This is not an exercise. Stay Dry Denim Slim Jeans not only offer lycra and polyester for a comfortable and stretchy fit, but also a DWR finish that sheds both dirt and water. What does that mean? You can wear these jeans through a few light sprinkles and you won't get the stiffness that we all know and hate with normal jeans.
Swallowtail Workwear Freshley Overalls
Sorry guys ;; These are only for the ladies. I literally can't get over how much I love these overalls. They have BAGS to start with. Like, frankly, useful and deep pockets that every woman will tell you are a rarity in female pants. A hint of spandex offers enough flexibility for all-day comfort, but not enough to crank your leg over your head. My tip: keep them for working days or easy walks. (And you can find me a pinstripe jumpsuit too, right?)
Barbell Straight Athletic Fit Jeans
I'm a fool for anyone who wears a shark tank (these guys are tough!) Barbell went without a deal, I found myself Interested. These jeans were developed for athletes and, thanks to a small amount of polyester and elastane, have an elongation of 360 degrees. If you are a person with "soccer quads" you should take a look at them!
Patagonia Performance Jeans
From the group these are the "most normal" jeans, but don't let that stop you. Perhaps you are a weekend warrior who wants to have comfort all day long with a little leeway to ride a bike or go for a walk with your child. they can do that. They don't have spandex like others on this list, but a large amount (29%) of polyester still creates stretch pants. Patagonia is also known for its sustainability efforts, and performance jeans are no exception with an improved dyeing process that minimizes resources and carbon dioxide emissions.
Revtown Taper Jeans
Similar to the above Patagonia pants. It won't be the jeans you grab for a day on the rock. Thanks to the origin of the brand (Revtown was founded by three former Under Armor employees), the taper jeans have an extremely athletic fit, which thanks to a special denim made of Italian yarn offers a good deal of leeway. However, the real kicker is the price: without special sales, Revtown jeans are almost half as expensive as those of other brands. Yowza.