Well since the weather doesn’t want to cooperate and turn to shorts weather, here are some great summer options for full length pants. There’s something for everyone in here, so make sure to see them all.
First up, our newest Agave editions. These jeans are awesome!
These are the Limited Edition straight leg Gold Purist. They are made from Japanese Selvage denim with the best of details, including hidden rivets on the back pockets (a stitching miracle). The fit is loose and relaxed. ($225)
These are the Silver Pragmatist in Beat Box Blue. These have a washed, processed denim rather than the raw denim used in the Golds. They have the same great details, just a different denim for those of you that would rather wash your jeans. ($225)
These are the 5-Pocket Hopsack from Farah. They have denim stylings (5 pockets, flat felled seams) made from a basket weave cotton fabric. They are heavier than your average slack and are a great transition piece when you need that perfect middle ground between casual and dressy. ($120)
Same guys, just in a beautiful blue fabric. You have to see these in person, the blue is gorgeous. ($120)
The Plain Front Hopsack is the next step towards dressy. They have a front crease as well as inseam back pockets rather than the patch pockets used on jeans. Every Mod boy needs a pair of these. ($120)
J. Lindeberg never ceases to amaze me with their beautiful colors and fits. These are the Jay in Lead Grey. As you can see, they have a beautiful slim fit, and the raw grey denim is a sure thing to break in beautifully. ($190)
These are the Ellis Flat Front pant from Original Penguin. They have a base navy with a beautiful lighter blue pinstripe. They are the Ellis fit, meaning they sit a bit below the waist and have a straight fit through the knee. They are not “slim fit” but they also aren’t the full legs you saw in the 90s. Happy mediums. ($98)
These are our classic, the Slim Jim from Nudie. This 12 ounce denim is so soft I want to sleep on it. These began as black and were sandblasted and stone washed to reach the color you see in the photo. ($221)
Our newest bottoms from Martin have a diverse range in fits and styles. These are their reinforced jean; they have the added reinforcement in the crotch as well as dart details around the knees to help out with bending down and fixing your bike regularly. A bit of stretch helps with the comfort and fit. ($180)
These are the Mountain pant from Martin. These are proof that you can have a loose fit and still be stylish. These have no tight parts about the fit, yet they slim down at the knee to show some shape. As always, Martin added a bit of reflective tape around the waistband. ($203)
These pants are a bit slimmer of a fit. They have reinforced knees, again so you can fix your bike without worrying about your pants. I absolutely love the color - and it goes with more things than you think! ($180)