Decathlons are underrated for their awesomeness: without them, you'd have no idea that being named "Bruce" can't stop you from being the world's greatest athlete, and being named "Dan" can't stop you from wishing you were named "Dave". Going for the decathlon of preppy sportswear: Dap Rugget
Based in ATL, Dap's a leisure-happy apparel company that's clearly aiming to tackle the gamut of activities enjoyed by wealthy people: they're just now dropping "Derby", started with "Golf", and later this year will unleash "Tennis" and "Rugby" (not necessarily played by the idle rich, but definitely worn by their sons who go to Vanderbilt). "Derby" is highlighted by bright (but not garish) polos in white (w/ black collar & sleeve outlines, waterprinted w/ four horse-racing jockeys), orange (pique cotton, w/ brown collar, & orange-white gingham checked chest pocket), and blue, made soft using mercerized cotton, featuring white embroidered logos of DR's signature rooster on front, and a "å" on the right sleeve (Dap says this represents the Naval Ordnance Research Center's 1955 calculation of Pi to 3,089 digits -- so that should clear up any confusion). Fresh bottom-wear includes shorts (window pane-patterned white; argyle blue/green/yellow), yellow slacks w/ allover gold rooster embroidering, and white light wool trousers with green or orange stripes, in poplin and seersucker -- meaning the fabric is striped and crinkled, not sinking its fangs into Ms. Cleo's neck
Dap's also trotting out outerwear like red flannel jackets ("Dry Goods Division" stamp, removable brown collar), hoodies (navy, w/ white "X' front & polo-style collar buttons), and an all-wool, blue varsity jacket, with red "å" and "DR" front detailing -- a clear reference to the 3,089 unsold pairs of "Dan's Reeboks" still piled up in his garage.