New York City’s local cycling-friendly label OUTLIER has introduced an updated version of their signature OG Pant, straightforwardly named the New OG Pant. The cut first launched back in 2009 and it was immediately apparent that these are no where close to your grandfather’s khaki’s. Made with water-repellent Schoeller Dryskin Extreme fabric, these pants have the ability to rapidly dry, move with your body on a cross-city ride, and still match nearly any item in your wardrobe, providing the perfect core garment to build your day around. But, nearly four years after its initial release, OUTLIER integrated a more durable and comfortable waistband, updated the fit of the pockets, added a tab front closure, and dyed the Corozo buttons to make sure the pants look great just in case you can’t find your belt. The New OG Pant is available now in navy, slate gray, and concrete via the OUTLIER online store. View them in action after the jump.