Commuting to work by bicycle can be a smelly business, which can be devastating for your co-workers. If you care about your work environment and employment status but can't bear to take public transportation, it helps to harness a little technology. With a dose of silver in its fabric, Rhone Apparel brings some science to the art of not smelling.
While the idea behind Rhone is simply producing extremely high-quality workout gear, we were intrigued by the anti-smell factor. Obviously, this is not an issue in the gym; in fact it's probably a negative. You want to smell like the barracks after blasting the pecs, no? We'll leave that for you to decide, but our Rhone Durden top—yes, named after Tyler—seemed to cancel out any man-smell, as you'll see below.
Of course, you could also just bike slower, but then you'd have to get up earlier.
Ethan Wolff-Mann is an editor at Supercompressor. He usually makes up for leaving home late by biking quickly. Follow him on Twitter, not the street, @ewolffmann.