Dish and DU/ER's Technologically-Minded "No Sweat" Pants
After wearing our DU/ER's slim fit "No Sweat" pants for several weeks now, and experiencing just how comfortable and functional they are, we wanted to explore their proprietary fabric even further. The pants not only look great but also have ample...
Sea to Sky Crewneck
Vancouver-based sportswear brand Reigning Champ tirelessly advocates for attention to detail and doing the simple things exceedingly well, so it's no surprise that their made-in-Canada sweats are some of the best on the market. With the new Sea to...
Roots XL Sweatpants
Classic pieces, done exceptionally well, are hard to beat—especially when it comes to sweats. Toronto-based Roots achieves this with their XL Sweatpants, a pair of performance joggers created in collaboration with Polartec and made in Canada. Designed...
Publish Brand's Women's Jogger Pants
After making waves in the menswear community with the introduction of their elastic cuffed jogger pants some time ago, LA's Publish recently opened their aperture to include a women's version of the celebrated pants. The new women's joggers feature...
A First Look at Adidas Originals FW 14
Adidas has a long collaborated with influential individuals in the worlds of fashion and design—notable recent partnerships include the likes of Tom Dixon, Mark McNairy, Pharrell, Kanye West and Nigo. While none of those named had a part in the...
Roots XL Collection
Classic pieces, done exceptionally well, are hard to beat—especially when it comes to sweats. After consistently releasing some of the best sportswear in the world (including several runs of Winter Olympics uniforms for their home nation Canada...
10 Pairs of Sweats
Whether you choose to recognize it or not, it's happening—sweats are having a moment. From the cozy boy and goth-ninja menswear movements of seasons past to the tech-sweat-driven warm-up fashions of fall, sweats are now as likely to be seen in SoHo...
Columbia Omni-Freeze Zero
Sweat shouldn't be a problem, according to Columbia Sportswear. While the activewear market currently offers a limited array of moisture-wicking fabrics, what hasn't been tapped into is the idea of perspiration as a renewable resource. In that vein...