lululemon Collaborates With Famed Men’s Boutique Roden Gray

lululemon has teamed up with Gaston-based men’s boutique Roden Gray to launch a collection of sporty and sophisticated streetwear for men. The seven-piece military-inspired capsule collection hits shelves on Thursday, February 8.

It’s a collaboration of streetstyle and technical performance for the two Vancouver brands. The ‘function-meets-fashion’ collection includes a long-sleeve and short-sleeve tee made with a lightweight jersey fabric; a simple hoodie made with a naturally-breathable Tech Fleece fabric; and a jacket, pant and short made with durable, four-way stretch and water-repellent Swift fabric. A 3⁄4-length tight featuring a collage of reflective artwork on the back of the legs rounds out the stylish menswear collection.

Each piece in the on-trend lululemon x Roden Gray capsule collection combines military features like webbing and stiff cotton drawcords with trademark lululemon athletic details like four-way stretch and sweat-wicking fabric. Every piece also features custom black reflective “LXRG-9807” artwork, representing the Canadian collaboration and when each company was founded (lululemon back in 1998 and Roden Gray in 2007).

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Above: Shaun Jenkins, the owner of Tone House in New York, was the muse for the Roden Gray x lululemon collaboration

The lululemon x Roden Gray Collection will be available online and in select lululemon stores as of Thursday February 8, 2018.

Christopher Turner

Christopher Turner

AmongMen’s Editor-in-Chief is a well-respected fashion and style writer whose works have appeared in Fashionism, Fashion Television, MSN, DesignLines, the Kaboose Network, the Disney Family Network and Sun Media. He also has a collection of designer kicks that would make Imelda Marcos blush and lives in Toronto’s trendy east end. Follow him at: @Turnstylin.

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