Lululemon has recently collaborated with Roden Gray, an upscale boutique that’s also based in Lululemon’s hometown of Vancouver. The new line features seven-pieces of men’s athleisure wear that has high-tech features, geared for athletes. The military inspired men’s line is very stylish and on-trend with prices ranging from $98 to $498.

Each of the seven pieces feature black reflective “LXRG-9807” custom artwork, representing the Lululemon x Roden Gray collaboration and the year in which each company was founded (Lululemon in 1998 and Roden Gray in 2007). Keep scrolling to find our top picks from this collection.

Starting with the least expensive, the Lululemon x Roden Gray 9-inch Short is available two color options: black or olive. These shorts are very versatile to wear while working out, hiking, or just for casual weekends. They are also made with sweat-wicking material that’s breathable and durable. The shorts have zippered pockets to keep your essentials secure as well as a media pocket that lets you listen to your music easily. Plus, it includes reflective details that help keep you seen in low light. Theses shorts are priced at $98 and will be a go-to in your wardrobe.

Pair these shorts with the Lululemon x Roden Gray Short Sleeve T-Shirt that has four-way stretch that’s comfortable and gives you  full range of motion. It also has anti-stink fabric and it’s quick-drying, sweat-wicking, as well as soft. This shirt is also very breathable with mesh ventilation to keep you cool as you warm up. The same shirt is also available in a long-sleeve version for cooler weather.

The Lululemon x Roden Gray Pant is a must-have from this collection. These pants were designed to have restriction-free movement with more room at the knees and hips. They also features zips at the hems for warm up and cool down training. They also feature reflective details to stay noticed in low light.

Pair this pant with the Lululemon x Roden Gray Hoodie that is great for cool weather work outs. The arms of the pullover were made to give your elbows full range of motion, which is great for running. It’s priced at $198 and will be your favorite hoodie to take with you while training.

Lastly, the Bomber Jacket was originally designed to keep pilots warm and this one is filled with weightlessly warm primaloft insulation. The fabric is also water-resistant and built for durability. The most unique element of this jacket is that you can wear it as a backpack. When you get too hot, slip the inner straps over your shoulders and be on your way.

What is your favorite from the collection? Let me know in the comments below.

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