Public Rec makes technical leisure apparel for men. Whether you’re staying in or venturing out, our stylish take on high-quality, tailored comfort allows you to focus on what you do, not what you’re wearing.When we first wrote about Public Rec, we had this to say about their campaign:
The goal of the campaign is to "create a better-fitting, more stylish alternative to sweatpants". If you've been to the store or worn a pair of sweatpants, there seem to be only two options - baggy ones that drag on the floor or old sweats with elastic around the ankles. Neither are exactly "fashion-forward" and both come in limited, outdated sizing. Public Rec wants to update the sizing, style, and fit to bring back the comfort of sweatpants. They are made of a nylon/spandex blend, which makes them moisture-wicking. There is also a fake fly in the front, pockets in the back, and tapered at the ankles to give each pair an even more formal look.I still stand by my quote that sweatpants are the best. There is just something comforting about them, for some odd reason. Perhaps it is because I only stopped wearing them in the 7th grade (middle school was rough man), but there's just something about the cozy feel that relaxes me from the dress pants and jeans I usually wear. I will say this first and foremost about the All Day Every Day pants. These are probably the most comfortable pants I have ever worn. That's not hyperbole - it's just a plain old fact.
And the best part is that I don’t even look lazy or disheveled when I wear them – they are a perfect combination of comfort, function, and style. The pants are constructed with 92% polyester and 8% spandex, making them soft yet functional – a little stretchy
Add in a faux front fly and tapered bottoms, as well as zipped pockets, and you have a pair of sweatpants that are designed to be worn in public – not kept from it.
The Go-To Henley is made from a blend of Pima Cotton, TENCEL, and Spandex and almost (allllmost) feels like a really nice long-sleeved top that could be used for running (but please don’t do that – it’s too nice). It is moisture-wicking (sound familiar?), really soft, and, much like the Every Day pants, has some stretch to go along with it.
This is a top that has the casual comfort of a tech-tee (albeit a really nice one), but something I could almost pull off on a casual Friday at work. I found that the shoulders, created in a Raglan style (sleeves that continue in one piece up to the neck of a garment, without a shoulder seam) really made the athletic fit complete.
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