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From workwear to military fatigues, much of how we dress comes with a practical purpose. Now, as technology becomes more integrated into our lives, new fabrics and designs are transforming the way we look. Here are the newest pants, shirts, jackets, kicks and accessories…
1. pants

Thanks to the athleisure explosion in recent years, you don’t have to be Kanye to get away with wearing super soft sweatpants to the office or a nice restaurant. Fashionable comfort with deluxe, multipurpose fabrics is a game changer.

Buck Mason Slim Fit Jeans

These Slim Fit dark-wash jeans pair perfectly with a sports coat for those dressier days at the office. 

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Adidas Heathered Pants  

Maximize your gym time by cutting out the changing room. These Heathered Pants have a casual look for wearing anywhere.

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Levi’s Skateboarding Collection Work Pants

These Levi’s Skateboarding Collection Work Pants typify the company’s perfect mashup of workwear and youth subculture.

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2. shirts

Men Originals Tennis Tee Adidas

Just as no one remembers the T-shirt was once a lowly undergarment, so the sweatshirt—created and named for its simple purpose as an exercise top—has long since broken free of the gym. Be seen wearing these everywhere from the office to the street to a night out on the town.

Adidas Men Originals Tennis Tee

From golf knits to this Men’s Originals Tennis Tee, argyle always adds a casual, sporty look. Similar styles available.

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3. Jackets

The anorak was originally conceived for the most practical of reasons: warmth and protection from the elements. Now, cutting-edge fabrics and a modern aesthetic have given it a new lease on life as one of the most stylish of active garments, while making it more functional than ever before.

Lululemon Track Blazer

Lululemon’s Track Blazer works just as well on your commute as it does at the work dinner. 

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Helly Hansen Ted Jacket

The Ted Jacket features the latest material technology for warmth and venting, but the racing lines are all classic. 

hellyhansen.com 

Isaora XYTLITE Running Windbreaker

Made of super-light, water-resistant Japanese nylon, the XYTLITE Running Windbreaker is functional without being restricting. 

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4. kicks

From the original Converse All-Star to the Nike Air Jordan, the design and performance of sneakers has driven fashion and sporting achievement. 

Air Huarache Ultra Nike

With revolutionary materials and engineering, today’s sports shoes are taking style and success to the next level.

Nike Air Huarache Ultra

The Air Huarache Ultra is a revival of Nike’s 1991 classic, with its elastic heel strap and rubber cage, perforated foam and mesh upper, and lightweight midsole doubling as an outsole. If it ain’t broke …

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Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged

Adidas demonstrates its mastery in shoe tech and branding with the Ultra Boost Uncaged. The Primeknit Sockfit upper is snug and flexible, and the Stretchweb outsole boosts footfall energy. 

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5. accessories

The surge in popularity of stylish and functional active wear extends far beyond mere garments. 

From fitness watches to sports sunglasses and adventure bags, your accessories should be every bit as action-ready as you are.

Fitbit Blaze Smartwatch

The Fitbit Blaze takes all that great fitness tracking and heart monitoring and packs it into a smartwatch that looks sharp. 

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Adidas iPhone SE Case

The Adidas Trefoil logo looks just as cool on this iPhone SE case as it does on sportswear. Similar styles available.

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Lexdray Tokyo Pack 

The lightweight Tokyo Pack is the ideal carry-all, whether you’re scaling Mount Fuji or crammed into the Tokyo Metro. 

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