This year, there are two major factors that will help to drive the tracksuit’s growth; athleisure wear and a shift in designer focus. Athleisure wear is casual clothing designed for both exercise and everyday wear, reflecting a consumer desire for greater casualization combined with a growing active lifestyle, particularly among younger adults.

This is why we provide you the best designs and prices in an Armani Tracksuit, just in Maurice Boutique, so you can be stylish anywhere anytime.

Armani Tracksuits

For years, female fashion has dominated our shops, adverts and websites. However, a gradual yet significant shift in our society has changed this, increasing male interested in fashion. And this interest is not likely to stop any time soon.

Sports have always been a feature that characterizes manly men. Besides the great look you can obtain by exercising there are plenty of other benefits it can provide to your health. Because of this and many other reasons you have got to have the best preparation for this important act. And what better way to do it than with a fancy and comfortable Armani Tracksuit.

The tracksuit is now a vital part of any man’s wardrobe. This is such a versatile item to have in your wardrobe. Full tracksuits are great if you're taking part in team training, big events, or even just lounging around. I’m sure this Tracksuit of Armani will become your go-to piece for relaxed weekends, morning runs, a quick trip to the market, or a casual meeting with friends on a Saturday night.

It has a zipper with a metal handle design and with elevation in the neck. It fits your silhouette perfectly and you can match it with any other piece that you want. Of course, it would be ideal if you combine this tracksuit with other pieces from this same line; like a nice Armani shirt to contrast the color and some Armani Jeans Sneakers to give that perfect and fashionable touch that everybody’s looking for.

This stylish Emporio Armani Men's Matching Tracksuit comes from the latest range of EA7 sportswear. The drawstring tie elastic waist bottoms has the brand’s logo printed the same color as the jacket and vice versa. The hoody comes with a full zip fastening with logo printed on left shoulder, ribbed cuffs and waist line, two open pockets on the front. An unique effort in successfully bringing a sense of luxury to recreational wear.

The Evolution Of The Tracksuit

In the ‘60s, as the mid-century prosperity started with the “space-age” technology, the tracksuit was born. Combining synthetic nylon fabrics, these early iterations set up the foundations for the modern-day tracksuit: a monochromatic pant and jacket set, with stirrups featured on earlier models.

With the ‘70s deep dive into funky and danceable music, the genre created a culture that would blend the casual and the flamboyant. It’s a mentality that helped make jumpsuits and by extension, tracksuits a far more common piece in everybody’s wardrobe.

the fitness obsession that gripped the 1980’s combined fitness and popular culture like never before, making the tracksuit even more popular. Newly developed synthetic fabrics, like Gore-Tex and Sympatex made tracksuits practical keeping the wearer comfortable duringathletic activity, not just while warming up.

By the ‘90s, the tracksuit itself was implicit both as an on-field athletic staple, as well as a hip-hop icon. With major Olympic Games in 1992 and 1996, especially with ‘92’s Barcelona basketball “Dream Team,” tracksuits now covered in vivid graphic designs were stronger than ever. While earlier decades focused on a slimmer fit, these renditions were cut with a relaxed silhouette, making them perfect for pre and post-game attire, but also perfect for lounging around.

In a TMZ-filled 2000’s, the tracksuit gained new life and a new concept as paparazzi shots captured celebrities that were in trend going about their daily lives in soft velour Juicy Couture. But the end of the 2000s saw the tracksuit leave from the popular fashion scene, but it would often be reworked and riffed on; paying homage to the tracksuit’s ‘70s roots with non-nylons and discoball-esque fabrics, or nodding to the tracksuit’s decades-long relationship to hip-hop.

Today’s tracksuit has been turned into a unique piece. With minimalism as a major philosophy in the 2010s, most tracksuits are presented with monochromatic and simplified designs. If you see a tracksuit, likely it’s composed of the synthetic fabrics pioneered in the earlier decades such as the ‘80s and ‘90s, but styled as though it was a suit from the ‘60s or early ‘70s. With the rise of athleisure in modern-day menswear, cozy boys have also adopted the style for maximum comfort.

This is also the decade when tracksuits became as culturally relevant as they were athletically. Today’s tracksuit is a beast.

It began life on the backs of athletes, went on to be popularized by the likes of Run DMC, and has been reappraised this year by designers such as Mr Christopher Kane and Mr Alessandro Michele at Gucci, making it a trend that can’t be ignored.

This is why Armani launched a line of tracksuits that will fulfill all your expectations. They have considered all the aspects about the modern man and transformed it into an extraordinary piece of clothing.

It doesn’t matter if you are an unwavering ‘70s running fanatic, or simply enjoy an era of hip-hop when velour was the fabric of choice; the tracksuit is a sartorial mainstay. It doesn’t really matter if you are interested in playing sports, if you’re fit or your hobbies involve sitting down for long periods of quasi-hibernation.

The idea is to rock it out from beneath a jacket or coat, teamed with a pair of jeans, or even some exotic embroidery details. It may sound strange, but it can actually work for you.