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The Makings of the Perfect Tracksuit

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Tracksuit

AΒ tracksuitΒ is an article ofΒ clothingΒ consisting of two parts:Β trousersΒ and aΒ jacketΒ usually with frontΒ zipper. It was originally intended for use inΒ sports, mainly for athletes to wear over competition clothing (such as runningΒ shirtΒ andΒ shortsΒ or aΒ swimsuit) and to take off before competition. In modern times, it has become commonly worn in other contexts. The tracksuit was one of the earliest uses of synthetic fibers in sportswear.

The Perfect Designer Tracksuit

A descendant of the tracksuit, theΒ shell suit, which arrived in the late 1980s, was popular with the hip hop and breakdancing scene of the era.Β They were manufactured from a mix ofΒ cellulose triacetateΒ andΒ polyesterΒ making them shiny on the outside, with distinctive combinations of colors.

Most tracksuits have a mesh interior which allows the user to wear them without any undergarment such as underwear. This is much like a bathing suit. Many people wear it forΒ physical exerciseΒ sessions. AΒ sauna suitΒ is a specialized form of tracksuit made of a waterproof fabric such as coated nylon or PVC that is designed to make the wearer sweat profusely. Sauna suits are primarily used for temporary weight loss.

What is a Tracksuit?

The tracksuit is also known as aΒ warm-up suit, orΒ "warmups"Β for short, as they are intended for athletes to keep their bodies warm before or after competition, and during breaks (especially important in cold weather). In almost all cases, sports teams will wear these garments using a fabric that matches their official team, school, or country colors. The bottoms of tracksuits are also known asΒ sweatpants.

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