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In the past, athletic wear was mostly regarded as clothing you’d only wear to the gym, but as trends shift toward comfort-driven styles, sportswear brands are more popular than ever — even for non-athletes.
With performance as the primary focus, athletic wear is naturally more comfortable than other articles of clothing like suits, button-down shirts, and jeans. With more people gravitating to it for everyday use, the styles have evolved to be fashionable, functional, and in some cases even suitable for the office.
Sportswear giants such as Nike, Puma, and Adidas, as well as several amazing startups such as Rhone, Public Rec, and Olivers Apparel feature a variety of athletic wear that will keep you comfortable and looking good.
Whether you’re a true athlete or someone simply looking for clothes with more versatility, athletic wear is where you should look.
Check out some of the most stylish athletic wear brands below.
Designed for the modern man, Rhone is one of the most versatile activewear brands around. They offer all kinds of tops, bottoms, and accessories that will perform well for your workouts and look great in the street.
In terms of athletic wear, T-shirts are a staple, and Public Rec makes one of the best. Made from a proprietary fabric blend of Tencel, Pima cotton, and spandex, the Go-To Tee is designed to wick moisture and never shrink, at the same time staying soft and stretchy.
T-shirts aren’t the only thing they’ve executed well. In 2016, the startup company received so much praise for its All Day Everyday Pant, a pair of sweatpants nice enough to wear to the office, which it sold out and ended up with a 1200-person waitlist. Now they’re fully back in stock along with the new All Day Everyday Joggers.