He was drawn in by a similar product he'd seen for women, but he couldn't find sweatpant overalls for men. It piqued his interest because it looked like the kind of thing he'd have in his wardrobe. "I guess I would describe my own style as the child born from Adam Sandler’s character in Happy Gilmore and Luke Wilson’s in The Royal Tenenbaums," Bergman said.
The Swoverall ($85), which feels like the Snuggie's second cousin once removed, is currently available in two sizes and comes in grey and navy. The company will have a version designed for women hitting the store "very soon."
You could always go with the tracksuit look, but sweatpant overalls are a look that will make people ask, "What are you wearing?"
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