When it comes to classic American sportswear, Champion hangs with the best of them. The brand’s partnership with Todd Snyder has led to what feels like a decade of producing only the best All-American, pre-Ivy garments.
We’re putting together an outfit with these warm Todd Snyder + Champion Utility Cargo Sweatpants. The sweats are a combination of a military cargo pant and a tailored jogger. They’re cut with premium 20 oz French Terry Reverse Weave, a type of fabric technology that’s been around since pre-WWII. Utility Cargo is an ideal sweatpant that invokes style and comfort.
To create a streamlined look, we’re matching the sweats with a Todd Snyder + Champion tee and sweatshirt. The TS + Champion Basic Jersey Tee features a trim fit and a sewn-on Champion “C” patch on the arm. The TS + Champion Midweight Pocket Sweatshirt is woven from a soft garment-dyed 18 oz French terry fabric and cut into a tailored fit.
For the footwear, a pair of New Balance 574s will maintain the timeless heritage look. We like this pair all-black pair.
And for the wrist, a Shinola Duck. The 42mm is hand-assembled in Detroit and features Argonite 715 quartz movement. The Duck is water-resistant up to 20 ATM and includes SuperLumi-Nova hands for easy reading at night.
Read more about this All-American outfit in today’s What to Wear below!
New Balance 574
Todd Snyder + Champion Midweight Pocket Sweatshirt
Shinola The Duck 42mm
Todd Snyder + Champion Basic Jersey Tee
Todd Snyder + Champion Utility Cargo Sweatpant
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