Best Climbing Gear of 2020

"These trousers do it all"

These trousers from Livsn do it all, with zippered security pockets in front, reflective straps at the cuff for commuting, a gusseted crotch, and a mesh liner—all in a burly cotton-polyester blend.


Gear Junkie

Our Favorite Pants of 2020

the brand LIVSN has nailed the design of an everyday and outdoor pant.

Over the last few years, we’ve enjoyed a bit of a pants Rennaissance. Lots of new brands have stepped up to the plate, building a nice variety of pants for use in the outdoors.

From indestructible workwear to hiking pants to pants for travel, it seems there’s a tailor-made pair of pants specifically for that niche.


Men's Journal

10 Best Pants for Overlanding

Though these pants look, at first blush, like they are just some normal chinos, closer examination (and time in the field) reveals tons of top-quality details and a design that proves they’re just as at home in the dirt and dust as out to a casual dinner. The classic silhouette is laden with features like knife pockets on the rear of each thigh, interior of the front pockets and upper lined with mesh for extra airflow, zippered rear pockets, and phone sleeves in each front pocket. A nice addition for cyclists is a trick leg roll-up system that includes a small outer button that mates with an inner strap enhanced with 3M reflective tape. The stretchy cotton/polyester blend feels durable and comfortable, like your favorite pair of worn-in jeans, but boasts superior strength and enhanced weather resistance.

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