These Tennis Duds Work Even Better Off the Court
Outdoor Voices launches a collection for aspiring Tenenbaums
Tennis doesn’t have to be a rich man’s sport.
It can also serve a purpose in your everyday wardrobe.
Refer to the handsome, smart and cleverly colorful shorts and shirts in the Tennis Collection, just launched this week from Outdoor Voices.
We’re already big fans of OV. The activewear gurus offer refreshingly uncomplicated technical apparel that’s breathable, comfy and casually flattering. Like their pullover poly spandex Upstate Hoodie, which channels old-school American Apparel in all the good ways.
And the company’s new Tennis Collection is worth a look, even if you don’t know a twist from a tweener.
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The polo is sweat-wicking and decidedly lightweight, with breathable mesh underarm paneling and four-way stretch for movement.
Pair it with the 5” runner’s high shorts, which are quick-drying and boast an unseen compression liner and eight hidden pockets.
Both shirts and shorts are a relaxed fit and arrive in multiple colors, from classic (navy, black) to fun and seasonal (moonstone, dahlia, fern). And if you’re worried about the price tag, relax: these tennis wares will only run you about $65.
As well, the site also offers an interactive map so you can find the closest court near you.
Want to leave the courts to the heavy hitters? OV also just debuted some extremely colorful stretch crepe shorts that hide a lot of cool details (they’re wind- and water-resistant, and feature a front pocket with a headphone exit) and feature bold, fun patterns.
If you don’t want to stand out on clay, you’ll certainly stand out on the trail.
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