Fall 2016 Trends: Transitional Athleticwear

Athletic wear that can make a smooth transition from style to sweat has caught our eye this fall. Why should this be hard to come by? It is common knowledge that sneaker brands value the opinions of athletes much more than those of celebrities. Whether you wear your comfiest sneaks to the court or gym, your attire has a large impact on the quality of your physical activities, and for athletes, this is particularly important. We’d like to share some brands that you should be looking out for this fall that focus deeply on the quality that their products offer athletes while exhibiting celeb-worthy style.

Kith

Photo via Kith

We are keeping our eyes on the New York based brand Kith, that is turning out some cool styles on its own, in addition to collaborating with the major athletic brand Nike. The image above is from Kith’s Summer lookbook, a tease for the heat we’ll see in this fall’s lookbook.


Nike


Photo via Nike

It’s no surprise that we are mentioning Nike here. The pioneer of great athletic footwear has had no problem keeping up with streetwear trends, while maintaining the quality and integrity of its products. We are big fans of the Nike Air Fall 2016 Collection for its transitionality, but you can’t really go wrong with Nike.


Y-3


Photo via Y-3

Y-3 is quite possibly the most modern of the brands mentioned. With designer Yohji Yamamoto, the taste of this brand is undeniably unique and lands on the fashion end of the athletic wear spectrum.


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