Re: the Outlier pants, I'd strongly recommend the dungarees over the OGs/climbers.
That Schoeller fabric on the OG/climbers is very, very stretchy and I felt like I was wearing clingy a Star Trek uniform. Plus I ended up getting a bunch of small snags in the fabric. Plus my phone and wallet in the insanely deep pockets looked like bulging cysts on my thighs (solved that by sewing the bottoms of the pockets to make them smaller). This was version 1.0 or 2.0--they do at least continually improve the design. (I wouldn't ever buy a version 1.0 product of theirs, as there is usually something a bit off in the cut that needs to be fixed the second or third time around.)
Got a pair of dungarees at the sample sale and like them much better--same fabric but in a chunkier canvas weave on the outside that makes it a bit less stretchy (closer to stretch denim w/spandex, which I still dislike compared to nonstretch denim or wool) and hopefully less likely to snag. They have more of a jeans look/cut too, which I prefer, so perhaps slightly less appropriate for businesswear (the techy yoke & back pockets of climbers aren't totally formal either). I use them for biking in spring/summer/rain, they are great for the wet (repels light/medium rain), they dry super fast, and are pretty cool/breathable. Picked up the three-way shorts too.
Despite all the techy new fabrics, wool is the way to go for undergarments, socks, tees. Icebreaker has good prices, Ibex better design... Think my ideal biking pant would be a hard-wearing wool blend cut slim like jeans rather than dress pants, but haven't found one yet. New + old school. Speaking of, curious about the supermarine cotton in the outlier parka...
I like the cut of the Swrve knickers I have, don't know about their Schoeller versions. Last time I checked their prices were a little better.