There is something about the neon colors in the new Freedom Reigns collection that we can’t get over. They are cool and bright, and above all else, sporty. But the chilled colors still pack some heat, enough to leave us freezer burned In a good way, obviously.
The Nexus Pro range sticks to navy, black, and yellow for its pieces. The yellow is always minimal and used to accent the black or blue body of the underwear. And in addition to long johns ($60) and briefs ($30), this range also includes a cute, athletic hooded jacket ($95) made mostly from performance-friendly polyester. The underwear is also soft, made from a blend of modal and spandex.
Things get a little warmer with the Fusion XL range and its shorts ($65) and military-style briefs ($31.50). These briefs are designed with an army green body, and the trunks with a grey material for the body. For neon pops of color, this range is treated to orange, fuchsia, and citron. These are probably our favorite neon hues in the Freedom Reigns FW14 collection, especially the pink and grey. Neon is used similarly on the Body Tech. This is another one to include a top — a v-neck tee ($48) in navy or grey. The range also includes workout pants in the same color options. The navy is accented by neon orange, and the grey by citron.
There is also the Polo Sport range, unique in that it also includes a polo ($82). The polo uses the same light blue and black contrasts as the trunks in the range. But the contrasts look even better on the shirt’s shoulders, and bring the great colors out where everyone can see them.
Looks in the new Freedom Reigns collection are available in sizes S-XL.
Check out the gallery below for a look into the Freedom Reigns collection for FW 2014. Which of the ranges in the collection do you like the most? If you could only get one, would you choose their activewear or underwear? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.
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