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Old 01-12-2019, 10:47 AM
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I commute to work on my bike. I wear a textile suit over my work clothes. Keeps me clean, and it's waterproof in case it rains.
 
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Originally Posted by walkerinin View Post
Thanks for the replies. I travel to several places and I do not have a designated office. Iím kind of an itinerant consultant. So the idea of keeping jeans at work doesnít work. Ive been looking at gators and was wondering about nylon vs leather. I want protection but want to stay comfortable.
But the pic of the bike in your sig pic has lots of luggage space. Why not just keep a pair of pants in the top box and change when you get to where are going?

Or just wear overtrousers like others have said.....
 
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Look at the Motoport Air Mesh Kevlar over pants. I wore those over dress slacks, when I wasn't commuting to my home office (Locker)
 

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Another vote for a one piece Aerostich Roadcrafter. 15 seconds off or on. Faster than separate jackets and pants (or chaps). You can even get them all black if you insist.


 

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On your way to work wear your pants inside out, change to outside out when you get to work. The outside will be clean.
you're welcome.
 
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Originally Posted by MacTarnahan View Post
On your way to work wear your pants inside out, change to outside out when you get to work. The outside will be clean.
you're welcome.
Then all the road schmoots can be against your skin. Ya, that'll work.
 
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Old 01-13-2019, 01:03 AM
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Originally Posted by MacTarnahan
On your way to work wear your pants inside out, change to outside out when you get to work. The outside will be clean.
you're welcome.
If he goes commando, the skid marks will show after he switches.

On second thought, it might be kind of fun walking around the office with skid marks showing.
 
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Wear what ever you want a drive a car?? A lot less to think about.
 
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Old 01-13-2019, 02:20 PM
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Our dress code says "no blue jeans", so I compromised, I wear black jeans. No issues so far and it's been 5 years. LOL.
 

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