Last Thursday on October 29, Dish and Duer, announced the launch of its revolutionary no-sweat pant using a proprietary fabric called Nature2X which is a unique weave of Tencel® made from Eucalyptus trees, and when combined with traditional fabrics like polyester, spandex and cotton creates a pant that looks like dress pant and feels like a sweat pant!

Founder Gary Lenett, who has worked with the likes of Levi’s®, Nike, Wrangler and Guess among other notable brands is introducing the product through a Kickstarter campaign to connect with a wider athleisure audience.




With a precise combination of Tencel, polyester, cotton and spandex fibres, the Nature2X pant absorbs sweat, kills bacteria, dries quickly and remains soft and comfortable regardless of the activity. In addition to Nature2X, the denim line by Dish and Duer features styles with reflective branding, a slim fit option for cyclist commuting, lined pockets that shield against radiation from cell phones, larger pockets to carry multiple electronics and a built in seat gusset.

You can find out more information on their Kickstarter page 

Here’s the video of the innovative features of the Nature2X pant