Olivers is here to keep you looking good during brisk morning runs

For cold weather runs, finding the right activewear can be difficult. Wearing something too light leaves runners with stiff joints. Too heavy and runners might overheat. Olivers has released some new apparel to help remedy that.

The Bradbury Jogger and Terminal Tee have been released to take care of those brisk morning runs this spring. By combining high-quality fabrics and classic details, they deliver athletic performance without sacrificing style or versatility.

Olivers evolved their best-selling All Over Short to create the Bradbury Jogger, ready for those chilly runs. The jogger is made up a water-resistant nylon with a four-way stretch. It features a slim, athletic cut that tapers with the leg. When things start to heat up, zippered bottoms allow for better ventilation and movement. Whether crimson, cobalt, or graphite, they feature a classic white flat-lace drawstring.

To keep runners looking dry, the Terminal Tee is a mesh shirt with moisture wicking abilities. It also is naturally odor resistant which means it won’t smell if it is left in a gym bag. The material is made mostly out of merino wool. This is a natural fabric that insulates, breathes, and keeps dry. Unlike other dri-fit or tech tees on the market, merino wool allows the Terminal Tee to maintain a softer look and feel. The shirt is available in both graphite and smoke color variations.

Olivers has been selling men’s athletic apparel since 2013. The company has continuously updated its athletic apparel with the best performance fabrics available. Each piece is made with detailed tailoring to ensure it can withstand regular use for years to come. All this is achieved with a stylish look that allows their products to be worn at the gym or local coffee shop.

The Bradbury Jogger is available now from Olivers’ website for $118 while the Terminal Tee is $68.

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