These MIT-Approved Shorts Solve Summer's Most Vexing Problem

Say goodbye to sweaty nethers

By Kirk Miller

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15 May 2017

School lesson: Summer doesn't mean you stop learning. 

Ministry of Supply, a cadre of MIT engineers (and non-MIT designers) who make tech-forward shirts and pants — think moisture-wicking fabrics and 3D-printed garments—are now applying their smarts to summer.

The company’s new Going Places shorts feature a bit of stretch, moisture-wicking and wrinkle-resistant fabric, as well as a tailored style that allows freer movement. Plus, it features a perfectly styled 9” inseam that fits right above the knee. So, smart lookin’, too.

Available in four colors, the shorts are $109.

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