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Let's Revisit this list: 12 Top Athleisure Brands for Men in 2024

Let’s Revisit this list: 12 Top Athleisure Brands for Men in 2024

The combination of activewear and casualwear has created a significant trend for men over the last five years: athleisure. This offers the practicality of athletic apparel with the ease and aesthetic appeal of everyday clothing, securing its place in every man’s collection. 

In January, Business Insider assembled a lineup of the top athleisure brands for men in 2024.

The list is flawed, but more on that later. Here’s the top 12:

Let me be clear. It’s a good list, and some of these brands are top-notch and would always make my list–Vuori, Rhone, and Public Rec.

But do they all truly represent the pinnacle of athleisure for men in 2024?

The list’s integrity is compromised by its inclusion of affiliate links. Business Insider does disclose the links and potential payment, but still. This skews the brand selections and only favors those with affiliate agreements.

Also, and sadly, Oliver’s Apparel is about to go out of business.

No one in their right mind could ever have a list of the top athleisure brands and not include, BYLT Basics, Cuts Clothing, Legends, UNRL and Ministry of Supply

Here’s the truth. No one in their right mind could ever create a list of the top athleisure brands and not include: 

  • BYLT Basics
  • Cuts Clothing
  • Legends
  • UNRL
  • Ministry of Supply

Perhaps these brands will make the list once they initiate affiliate programs; who knows? In the meantime, we’ve built a directory of the top athleisure brands for men and reviews based purely on the brand’s culture and the quality of their products.

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