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Athletic Apparel

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Athletic Apparel

Athletic apparel refers to clothing designed specifically for physical activities, sports, and exercise. This type of clothing is typically made from lightweight, breathable, and moisture-wicking materials that help to regulate body temperature and keep the wearer comfortable during intense physical activity. Athletic apparel includes a wide range of clothing items, including shorts, leggings, t-shirts, tank tops, sports bras, jackets, and footwear. The design of athletic apparel is focused on both functionality and style. For example, sports bras are designed to provide support and minimize movement during exercise, while leggings are designed to provide compression and flexibility. Athletic apparel also often incorporates features such as reflective materials for visibility during outdoor activities, pockets for storing small items, and anti-odor technology to prevent the buildup of sweat and bacteria. Athletic apparel has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many people opting for comfortable and functional clothing for both exercise and everyday wear. Major athletic apparel brands have emerged, offering a wide range of styles and designs to meet the needs of different sports and activities. The popularity of athletic apparel has also led to the development of athleisure, a fashion trend that combines athletic wear with casual clothing for a comfortable and stylish look.

clothing, sports, exercise, functionality, style

Anthony Smith

CITATION : "Anthony Smith. 'Athletic Apparel.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on May 22, 2024)"

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