See Now, Buy Now: Hit the Road This Winter (And Beyond) With the Bonobos Travel Trousers

Most comfortable travel pants for men.

As we’ve talked about in the past on the blog, there’s a tricky balance to strike when it comes to how to dress for travel. As more of us get back on the road properly this year, the quest for both comfort and style remains at the forefront, and that’s where the best men’s pants for travel come into play.

Specifically, they’re coming at you from Bonobos, makers of some of the best men’s chinos and stretch pants. So, just as you’ve adopted a new wardrobe to work from home (or occasionally at the office), your travel style needs should shift, too — in that case, folks, meet the Bonobos Travel Trousers. The very definition of the intersection of style and comfort, no doubt about it (keep reading for more).

Best men's stretch pants.

As with many a pair of comfortable yet stylish pants, you’ll find these stylish pants for travel in the Bonobos New Arrivals section, always a space worth keeping an eye, whether you’re packing for a weekend road trip or simply heading back into your cubicle. The Bonobos Travel Trousers manage to boast the clean, creased-front look of your best pair of dress trousers, but with plenty of hidden features that deliver the comfort you crave (and the polished, office or travel-ready style you need on the daily).

The Bonobos Travel Trousers are made from a blend of rayon, nylon and spandex, all the better for loads of stretch and mobility. And yet, they also feature a clean front waist design, not unlike the same waist design you’d find on a pair of sharp, tailored dress trousers. The major difference, though? An elastic waistband and sizing done by general size (as in, Small or Medium) versus waist measurements. Whether you team them with one of the best wool sweaters or a Bonobos Oxford shirt for days on the road or on the 9-to-5 grind, the Bonobos Travel Trousers epitomize what it means to look good on the go.


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