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When you're spending late nights in a hot kitchen, regular pants just won't do. Durable, breathable chef pants that keep you comfortable during service is a must. New innovations in chef pants mean you no longer have to choose between practicality and aesthetics. At Tundra Restaurant Supply we carry over 100 different colors and styles of chef pants to suit your personal taste. From checked chef pants to white, striped or even cargo chef pants, our diverse selection of men and women's chef pants from manufacturers like Chef Works ensure you look your best while serving guests.
Popular Types of Chef Pants
Black or checked chef pants are popular types of pants in the kitchen due to their ability to hide stains or other occupational hazards. Nearly all types of chef pants will feature a relaxed or loose fit for added breathability and mobility. That said, if you're looking for a baggier fit, look to cargo chef pants. Cargo chef pants also include additional well-designed pockets perfect for storing extra pens, thermometers, or even valuables like your cell phone.
Fit is extremely important when it comes to choosing the perfect chef pant. Adjustable, drawstring waistbands ensure that your pants stay put when moving around in a fast-paced kitchen. Women may also want to explore women chef pants which feature slimmer cuts and a superior fit that are comfortable and durable.
Finally, we all know that commercial kitchens are notoriously hot. Opt for breathable materials like a poly/cotton blend that promotes airflow and whisks away moisture, aka, sweat. Some manufacturers like Chef Works also include design features like "cool vents" to encourage airflow and keep chefs comfortable.