With the help of a four-fabric composite, athleisure is the new dress casual

After a successful fundraising campaign, Dish and Duer is set to deliver on a new type of no-sweat pant made of a fabric which is weaved with bits of Eucalyptus trees. When combined with more traditional fabrics such as polyester, spandex and cotton, the resulting amalgamation takes on the look of traditional dress pants but ones reported to offer the same comfort level as sweat pants.

Dish and Duer know that the fashion market tends to shift when new pieces of technology are introduced into its fold. Wearables, then, are the latest technology to influence our concept of convenience. Consumers want a more convenient life and Dish and Duer believe these dress pants will meet growing athleisure standards.

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