The comfort of sweatpants, the versatility of jeans, and tailored style all come together in DU/ER’s newest performance pant.  The “No Sweat” Pant is constructed out of a revolutionary fabric developed by DU/ER called Nature2x, which is scientifically engineered for maximum comfort and wearability. The foundation fiber of Nature2x is Tencel®, which has anti-bacterial properties and absorbs excess moisture from the body.  Next, polyester for durability, cotton for comfort and breathability, and spandex for stretch are woven in to create a fabric worthy of Superman’s suit.  In addition, this super blend of fibers means the pants won’t wrinkle, making them perfect for packing and travel. Given the ultra-durable fabric and tailored fit, the “No Sweat” Pants ease the transition to athleisure wear for work and everyday. Triple stitching on stressed seams and reinforced pockets ensures maximum wear and range of motion for biking to work,  running errands, or fashionable lounging.  The range of colors, sizes and styles for both men and women, mean no one has to sacrifice style for comfort.

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Elizabeth

Elizabeth is currently studying Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is interested in the interaction between people and their environment, and how these relationships change through a personal interaction with design. Her work concentrates in fashion and home accessories with a playful edge.

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