THE BEST TRAINING SHORTS 2014/15

Tracksmith: The Best Training Shorts
I can't believe it's been a year since I wrote my first style post about men's training shorts. For several years it's baffled me that men don't seem to have the same style choices for workout gear as women and I wanted to research and source the best on the market to give gents that choice. What began as a hobby and a bit of fun has become my passion and it's been so exciting to see some new products and designs emerging. I'm thrilled to be adding Tracksmith into the mix this time, along with our trusty old favourite pioneers. I think their Longfellow shorts are fantastic all round training shorts that combine functionality and style. It's time to put flimsy nylon shorts, whether excessively long and baggy or obscenely short, to bed. With more choices emerging there is less of an excuse to throw on an old pair of flimsy footy shorts and a free t-shirt but rather dress with style, pride and confidence for the workout ahead.We'd love your suggestions too. What are your preferred training shorts? Do you love or loathe our selection here? Don't hesitate to speak your mind. Drop us a comment below.

Best Shorts For All Round Training:

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OUTLIER New Way Shorts

$120 USD
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  • Stretchy fabric for freedom of movement.
  • Light and breathable.
  • Durable and hardwearing.
  • Tailored like a dress pant for classic/timeless style.
  • Sleek flat fronted waistband and working fly.
  • Designed for the active guy as a one garment solution for all pursuits.
  • Great for running, gym, swimming and a generally active lifestyle.
  • Quick-drying with special designed flow through pockets these can be worn for swimming too so you can jump straight in.
  • See also Stylish Men’s Swimwear 2014
  • Great for travelling, multifunctional shorts – less packing.
  • Concealed draw cord for perfect fit.
  • Available colours: Dark Navy, Flat Black, Cobalt and Purp.
  • Sizing from a 28 to 38 waist.
  • $120 USD, fantastic investment piece.
  • Go to outlier.cc for more information.
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