When you think something as mainstream as pants have been around for hundreds of years and its innovation has come to a halt, you need to check out relative newcomer Kühl. An american company “born in the mountains” puts a new spin on a product we wear everyday, with an innovative philosophy:
Born from our rebellious philosophy to question everything, break the rules and reject the status quo.
For that statement alone I was attracted to buying their pants.
Kühl completely redesigned the comfort of pants with stitching and fit unmatched by the standard mold its predecessors are based upon. While their fabric is rugged and should really be used as outerwear, its unique comfort and fit is makes these pants ideal for daily use wherever you are. Every aspect of these pants has been redesigned to produce a better fit and I wholeheartedly recommend them. The company has expanded to a complete range of outerwear, and after having worn their innovative pants for a while I may just explore the wider offering soon.
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