Definition of sportswear
: clothing suitable for recreation; broadly : clothing designed for casual or informal wear
Recent Examples of sportswear from the Web
But recently, the company's sales have been plunging, creating an opening for online startups, sportswear companies and others to step in.
Every so often, a crew of performers and models in sportswear bearing the Puma logo and the name Jahnkoy crowded the floor to the delight of a thick cluster of photographers.
The sportswear brand announced a new version of its Air Force 1 Upstep Hi LX, a style first introduced in 1982, dubbed the Summer Shine.
Today Patagonia has 30 stores in the U.S.; makes gear for skiing, surfing, and climbing, plus sportswear; sells its own craft beer; and has essentially become synonymous with outdoor-minded pursuits.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Already well established in the acting, music and fashion worlds, Machine Gun Kelly is now stepping into sportswear.
Now, growing concerns about obesity and heart health shape shopping habits too, fuelling sales of everything from avocados to fruit juices and sportswear.
Nike said no to Lonzo Ball’s $1 billion demands, but the sneaker and sportswear giant signed Markelle Fultz, who is projected to be the No.
Even Cottweiler -- one of the more traditionally masculine brands, known for their reimagining of sportswear -- put models in belly tops and body jewelry this time around.
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First Known Use of sportswear
SPORTSWEAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sportswear for English Language Learners
: clothes that people wear for playing sports
: comfortable clothes that people wear for informal activities
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