To Gym Or Not To Gym, The Jack Adams Metro Line

Jack Adams Metro

As athletic as this brand tends to be, it’s surprising the Jack Adams Metro Line is just as suitable for your girlfriend’s couch as it is for the gym. The line’s pants ($56), shorts ($49), and tank tops ($26) are each designed with polyester/cotton blends that makes them soft and keeps you cool. It makes the Metro Line better for everyday wear than most active-leaning lines. Their casual style lets you run errands and hit the gym without a beat or change of clothes between.

The Jack Adams Metro Pant and Metro Short are made with a 65% polyester, 35% cotton blend of fabric. The greater part of polyester gives both bottoms a flowing fit that stays snug where you want it – around the back. If you’ve worked hard to tone those glutes, the Jack Adams Metro line’s pants show it off.

If your winter workouts ended up building your upper body, the Metro Tank has a racer cut back that shows off any and all shoulder muscles. Made with a higher percentage of cotton than the pants and shorts (50% cotton, 50% polyester), the Metro Tank Top is created to have a “broken in” feel.

The Jack Adams Metro line is available in sizes S – XL.

How often do you hit the gym already in your gym clothes? Do you find yourself wearing your performance apparel on off days from the gym? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

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