Under Armour for life.

You trust Under Armour's apparel at the gym, so give the Men's Textured Performance Chino Taper Pant a chance for job interviews and meeting future in-laws. This clean chino delivers a sleek style in the form of moisture-wicking, quick-drying, wrinkle-resistant, and breathable cotton blend. The fabric also has four-way stretch for freedom of movement, and there's an internal pocket that perfectly stores smartphones so you don't accidentally check it when future mom dotes over her child.

  • Clean chino pant for the utmost office performance
  • Cotton blend wicks moisture, resists wrinkles, and breathes
  • Four-way stretch fabrication for freedom of movement
  • Internal pocket stores smartphone
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

No Stretch

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: 32x32

I own the taper chino, and love them. I went for the textured variant here in the same cut and size- they weren't worth keeping.

The fit is a bit more snug, which was unfortunate because I'm a cyclist that regularly uses the other pair to bike to work. Moreover, the material, which looks durable, doesn't stretch, despite being described as "4-way stretch." That said, the pants have great potential to be an affordable workhorse pants for bike commuters, but material and fit needs to be refined a bit. I'm always looking for a pair of pants that can look good in the office and handle muscular legs, but these just missed the mark.

New Favorite

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 34x32

I am always on the hunt for good casual pants, and these are really impressive. As you'd expect from Under Armour the material is very nice, enough stretch and perform acne to be cool and comfortable, but they still hang and look like a normal khaki pant. And the fit of this tapered version is awesome. Room enough to fit your skier/biker/whatever guy quads, but slim enough to look sharp. I picked up a few colors once I tried them on, I would definitely suggest checking them out obviously the fit is a matter of personal preference but you just might have yourself a new go-to pant as well.

Fit was spot on for my usual waist and inseam.