oliversapparel

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oliversapparel

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https://oliversapparel.com/

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Apparel, Tees, Active Wear

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Mens, Guys

About

About

This company wasn’t founded with venture capital, a team of MBAs, or even a detailed business plan. We started with a handful of fabric swatches, a small workshop in California, and a passion for athletics and the culture of sport. Fast forward 3 years, and what began as a fresh take on gym shorts has grown to much more.
Piece by piece, we create athletic apparel essentials, updating them with the best performance fabrics and detailed tailoring to insure they will last for years to come.
Whether an early morning coffee, cycling through rain, a trail run or a weekend getaway, we know that when you’ve got the right products on, you’re ready to experience life’s adventures. And this allows us to make the most of our precious time here on earth.

In pairing cutting–edge fabric developments, innovative construction methods, and the best manufacturing partners here in Los Angeles, we build functional and durable gear.

@oliversapparel

A fresh take on athletic apparel classics. #oliversapparel

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“In my ongoing battle against uncomfortable denim as the casual default, I'm always on the hunt for interesting bottoms that bring on the easiness of sweatpants with a slightly more dressed up look. Olivers Passage Pant, for me, is just that. From date nights to lazy Sundays to even the golf course, these are the perfect fit.” Jack Archer, @airows_
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They’re back, but not for long. Just a few days left to snag one or our limited edition Mystery Boxes and save $125 or $250 on a box loaded with gems and surprises (and we’ll let you in on one secret - thanks to our friends @rxbar, a 10-pack of bars is included in each box). Link ☝️
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“Winter is coming and Olivers Transit Sweatpants are ideal for a sweat session during chilly days. These temperature regulating sweatpants are odor-resistant and tailored precisely for every cut, move, and stride you take. If you happen to gift them to a family member, you just might pick up an extra pair for yourself.” @hiconsumption
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The Mystery Box is Back. For the next week, snag a limited edition Mystery Box and save $125 or $225 on a box loaded with 2 things we love: Value & Surprises (link in bio).
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A word on exercise: Squats (ph: David Zimmerman)
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This year, we wanted to put together a gift guide with the help of real guys, so we asked some of our most discerning friends about their favorite pieces from Olivers. See what these 6 editors, founders, and curators picked as their go-to gear. (link in bio)
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“These are my favorite shorts. I wear them for running, yoga, at the beach, and around town. I’m up to six pairs in a rainbow of colors.” Davidson M
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Terrified of the engine—both of its power and of the loud noise it made each time he accelerated—the boy drove too slowly for his dad, legendary crew chief and chassis builder Glenn Bopp. So Bopp stopped his son, climbed on top of the kid-size kart and proceeded to floor the machine three times around the track, dust flying everywhere. “That’s how you race. And that’s how I want you to race,” he told his son as he exited the cart, the cigarette still dangling from his lips. Danny has been pressing his pedal to the metal ever since. “He showed me how fast you could go and still be in control,” recalls the younger Bopp. “You don’t have to be scared to push something to the limit.” More on ‘Love in the Fast Lane’ is up on the Journal now - link ☝️
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“Olivers Passage Pants are built with a lightweight 4-way stretch fabric, durable materials and a streamlined design. Whether you’re wearing them at the office, on a weekend adventure or around the house, these pants are made for the man on the move.” @CoolMaterial
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Show, don’t tell. It’s an old adage new writers follow when they are learning how to craft a story. It turns out, the approach works just as well for teaching a kid how to race. Professional stunt driver Danny Bopp learned this when he was wearing a helmet much too big for his 10-year-old head, racing a go-kart around a homemade track. Now 34, the Lonedell, Missouri, native has spent his life pushing the limits on wheels. His job description today includes taking turns at 100 miles per hour and executing effortless donuts, drifts, and 180 degree spins for TV shows and commercials. For more on Bopp, his life and his journey, check out ‘Love in the Fast Lane’ on the Journal now - link in bio.
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You’ve got more than leftovers to look forward to today - Black Friday is on. Use code THANKYOU for 15% off sitewide. Link 👆
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