It's the future. We have cleaning robots that charge themselves, investment accounts that fund themselves, and cars that drive themselves. Why not a wardrobe that refreshes itself? It's possible with Trunk Club. This specialty service connects you with a dedicated stylist, who will pick out a trunk — of shirts, pants, shoes, and accessories for you, on-demand, based on your style preferences. And should you not like any of the selections — however unlikely, considering they're from brands like John Varvatos, Bill Reid, Theory, and Barbour — returns are easy and hassle-free.
Presented by Trunk Club.
You can buy running gear nearly anywhere, from Walmart to Dicks. But good looking running gear? That's a whole different story. Tracksmith Running Gear aims to combine the practicality of high-quality athletic fabrics, with features like moisture wicking, resistance to abrasion, and multi-way stretching, with more traditional designs that wouldn't look out of place in a period piece. Based at the halfway point of the Boston Marathon, the company also tries to manufacture as much of their gear as possible in New England, so you can feel an extra bit of pride when you're slipping on your shorts or top.
Replace your standard spring evening hoodie with something a little more distinct with this American Giant Snap Sweatshirt. Inspired by classic baseball varsity jackets, it's made from 100% cotton, 12.4 oz ringspun fleece, with a brushed interior for added softness, strong shoulder seaming, jersey-lined welt pockets, a cropped waist, reinforced elbows, and, of course, custom metal snaps front and center. Available in three classic color ways.
USA-Made Goods presented by our friends at Shinola.
Champion, the iconic athletic brand that's been around since 1919, has gotten a new lease on life thanks to Todd Snyder. Made up of classic pieces inspired by the company's long history, the Todd Snyder x Champion Sportswear Collection includes a number of classic essentials — everything from sweatshirts ($130-$175), hoodies ($175-$195), and T-shirts ($60-$95) to thermals ($98), cardigans ($115-$195), sweatpants ($150), and shorts ($115) — all of which is so versatile, it looks just as at home on the street as it does in the gym. Every piece in the collection sports an authentic 1950's Champion label with "T.SNYDER" stenciled in the back of each garment. Vintage sportswear doesn't get any better than this.
Sponsored by our friends at Todd Snyder.