Executing a practical agenda stylishly can be tricky, as evidenced by fanny packs, zip-off cargo pants, and your in-car, cigarette-lighter-pluggable panini maker, which only comes in black, white or blue! Get performance gear without compromising style, from Defyance
From a cadre of designers outta Oregon, Defyance's inaugural line's made up of casually fashion-forward tees, polos, and jackets made from performance-grade technical fabrics guaranteed to do everything from keeping you dry to preventing odors, although then again, they're just getting started, and can't have possibly met you yet. The bulk of the line's graphic tees and polos, like a short sleeve crewneck w/ a nifty front & back electric guitar diagram, the horizontal-striped/solid sleeve "Acute Polo" in either black or blue, and the v-neck henley "Two Faced Vee"; all're cut from their trademarked moisture-wicking Sweat-Defy fabric, which's super-soft, pushes sweat to the outer layer, and dries 50% faster than cotton, giving you the edge you need to dominate dry t-shirt contests. If you'd rather not die of exposure, they've got a handful of sweaters and jackets, including the cotton v-neck "Anti-Sweater" in their water-beading Limit-Defy fabric (which also cuts UV rays), plus winter-ready pieces like a 4-pocket black wool jacket with a fleece inner made from their patented Chill-Defy thermal material, and a windproof double-layer piece blended with both Chill-Defy and waterproof Rain-Defy they call the Insubordinate Softshell, after the original Naughty Taco moniker was deemed "inappropriate"
They've also got one piece of pseudo-formal steez: a water-resistant blazer with silky interior and finish that's "soft-to-the-touch" -- good for jackets, but bad for sandwiches, otherwise, why did you buy that hideous thing to crisp your snacks on the go?