We cope with enough hassles — delays, low-quality/high-cost food, invasive row mates — and make enough concessions when traveling that to be uncomfortable in one’s own clothing is unacceptable. But while the days of dressing up in one’s Sunday best for a trip through the airport are over, sweatpants and pajama bottoms are inadmissible travel attire — but comfort can still be achieved.
The minds working at Roark have just created the perfect pant for the occasion. The Layover Stretch Travel Pant responds to the issue of comfort with its stretchy blended nylon and cotton fabric, an unrestrictive drawstring waist closure and a rear mesh panel for added airflow. The ins and outs of the travel process were considered too, so the Layover was equipped with extended-zipper front pockets that are spacious enough to contain essentials such as sunglasses, a phone and keys as well oversized boarding passes and of course, your passport.
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