A series of TRPA1 antagonists is described which has as its core structure an indazole moiety. The physical properties and in vitro DMPK profiles are discussed. Good in vivo exposure was obtained with several analogs, allowing efficacy to be assessed in rodent models of inflammatory pain. Two compounds showed significant activity in these models when administered either systemically or topically. Protein chimeras were constructed to indicate compounds from the series bound in the S5 region of the channel, and a computational docking model was used to propose a binding mode for example compounds.