Here around the Competitive office, we're always hunting for more minutes in the day to hit the trail. We seek lunch laps, after work rides, and even the odd predawn adventure when summer hits hard. One area we lose those precious minutes on dirt is often overlooked -- the wardrobe change. Flashy kits just don't pass in the office, but most office attire also can't hold up to the trail. Louis Garneau aims to fix this with the Radius 2 Shorts. These sleek shorts can pass at work (okay, maybe not if you're required to don a suit, but that brings in a whole different challenge), and hold up to the rigors of trails. They are built from Rhino 2-way stretch fabric that's treated with a DWR coating to shed water, stains, and mud, and features abrasion resistance for protection in the event of a crash. An ergo-feel cut means the shorts move seams away from irritating places, like the inner thigh, reducing bulkiness and preventing chaffing, all the while keeping you comfortable, whether you're sweating bullets in your 10am meeting, or lacing steep and techy lines on lunch break.