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Taylor Stitch Summer Weight Denim

Just because the temperature's rising doesn't mean you have to show off your underwhelming calves. Taylor Stitch Summer Weight Denim ($130) is meant to be worn when the weather gets warm. Handmade in San Francisco from 8 ounce Kaihara Mills indigo selvedge denim, they feature a tailored-but-not-quite-skinny fit, a medium rise with some added shape to keep the back waistband against your skin and some added room for your bait and tackle, and an understated 5-pocket design that'll look great with damn near anything.

  • Naked & Famous Glow In The Dark Jeans

    At first we thought it was just a clever name for some abnormally-bright pants, but nope, these Naked & Famous Glow In The Dark Jeans ($TBA) really do glow in the dark, thanks to a phosphorescent coating that's applied to the Japanese-sourced raw denim. In addition, the coating will fade in certain areas based on your natural wear pattern, so they'll only get cooler with age. Just charge them up in the light and prepare to be noticed. [Scouted by Eric]

  • Levi's 511 Commuter Jeans

    We suppose it was only a matter of time before the biggest name in jeans realized that bike riders needed something more than just plain denim. Levi's 511 Commuter Jeans ($80) are designed especially for the urban commuter. Based on the company's 511 Skinny jean, the Commuter comes in four versions — full length or cropped, in denim or non-denim — and offers cyclist-friendly features like NanoSphere treatment for water- and dirt-resistance, Sanitized tech for protection against odor, 3M Scotchlite reflective fabric for safety after dark, just the right amount of stretch for unencumbered movement, a raised back yoke to keep your lower back from showing, a reinforced crotch, double back layer pockets, and a U-lock storage system. Ride on, eco-friends.