VUORI IS on a roll right now. Not only has the athleisure brand been co-signed by Zac Efron and his brother who showed off their muscles in its signature board shorts and golf clothing just a few weeks back, but Vuori’s sale section is also flexing its own muscles with deals on activewear and everyday apparel as high as over 50% off. Better yet, this Vuori sale also includes quite a few editors-tested workout clothes. In short, you don’t want to miss Vuori’s massive sale section right now.
For starters, the most versatile athletic shorts we’ve ever tested, the Kore Short, is now 53% off and at the cheapest it’s ever been, meaning you can cop its smooth fabric, moisture-wicking, and flexibility for all kinds of workouts at only $30. If you want to get a headstart on fall weather fits like hoodies, the Sunday Element Hoodie which feels soft like a cloud with a nice athletic fit and moisture-wicking feat, is now 31% off.
Another editor-tested item, the Sunday Performance Jogger, which has a flattering fit, and is built for training and everyday carry, is now 41% off. The chafeless Grandview Tech Tee, which we love for its performance feats like four-way stretch, breathability, and moisture-wicking, is also a nice 31% off. And if you want to cop the Efron brothers’ style, the Cruise Boardshort they were seen sporting, AKA one of the best swim trunks we’ve tested, is now 36% off.
Our favorite part about this Vuori sale is that it’s filled with deals for both summer and fall, as well as everyday essentials for lounging and running errands like sweat shorts. With the brand’s best t-shirts, gym shorts, and hoodies at up to 50% off, you get to score on both last-minute warm-weather essentials and cold-weather wardrobe staples at big discounts. So don’t miss this Vuori sale, not with all the amazing prices on athleisure wear and workout clothes going on right now.
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Maverick Li is the Style & Commerce Editor of Men’s Health, where he covers clothing, footwear, watches, and grooming. He was previously the Assistant Commerce Editor at Esquire.