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Microsoft Hardwear Collection Tech Pants Are Now Available

Microsoft Hardwear Collection now has a pair of Microsoft-branded Tech Cargo Pants that will cost customers $150.


has not been much of a wearable brand over the years, with its Surface Band failing. However, the company is plunging back into in the most on the nose way. Thanks to its new Hardwear collection, Microsoft is debuting branded smart clothes, starting with the Microsoft Hardwear Tech Cargo Pants.

You probably won't be seeing these at Paris Fashion Week, but it may prove useful to some customers. Developed in collaboration with Gavin Mathieu, the founder of Supervsn Studios, the Hardwear Tech Cargo Pants

You going to be paying $150 for one pair of cargo pants. High for sure, but about on par with other technical pants, such as hiking trousers. Available in green, the Microsoft pants are apparently for creators.

“‘Cargo pants are my go-to item as a creative,' said creative director Gavin Mathieu. ‘You can zip the legs off and have cargo shorts on if you need to. It's versatile so that you can do your thing.'”


Why this product is apparently for creators I don't know. In fact, I think they look like a regular pair of cargo pants. Whether they are good or not I don't know, but do you want Microsoft on your clothes? I will leave that up to you.

Microsoft Cargo Pants Specs:

  • 100% cotton ripstop
  • Cargo pockets
  • Waist adjusters
  • Zip-off legs
  • Leg print

It is worth noting the Microsoft Hardwear Collection also includes Tees and Sweatshirts.

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Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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