See Now, Buy Now: The Myles Apparel Elements Sweatpants Are Your New Weekend Favorite

Small styling details, a slim fit and a neutral, versatile color make these sweatpants an off-duty must-have.

As we always say here at The Style Guide, casual style certainly doesn’t have to be sloppy. Such is the case with the work being done by Myles Apparel — functionally based and rooted in off-duty athletic wear, the Elements Sweatpants are going to be a new weekend favorite this spring … and yes, well beyond. Yes indeed, we’re trading in your baggy tearaway sweatpants and athletic logo-riddled bottoms for a pair of stylish sweatpants fit for the modern man — one who enjoys casual weekend strolls and lazy mornings, of course. The Elements Sweatpants nod toward athleisure without venturing too far into the territory of gaudy logos or over-the-top styling. No sir, these are just an essential pair of sweatpants for cool weekend mornings on the lake or the beach, or evening bonfires this summer … and maybe even a quick pint or two at your local brewery (yes, you can wear sweatpants out in public! Check out our #OOTD series to start). Oh, and if you need a comfortable outfit to wear to work remotely? Start with the Elements Sweatpants.

The specs on the Elements Sweatpants are worthy of your purchase in and of themselves — we’re talking Storm Cotton, which just so happens to be both water AND stain-resistant. That’s perfect for a pair of sweatpants you can actually wear out of your house (maybe teamed with some classic men’s sneakers, methinks?). And although Myles Apparel makes these in multiple colorways, the deep navy River color is my pick for prime spring styling. Try out the Elements Sweatpants with a rugged henley, a dark blue denim jacket and timeless leather sneakers — that’s a look that works for weekend coffee or weekend beers. Or, dare I say it … a casual Friday at the office? Your call, my friends.

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