10 Last-Minute Gifts from Champion
Designer collaborations. Exclusives with top-selling recording artists. One American Sportswear brand has been killing it in the athleisure game as of late. The label? Champion. While the hype beasts in your life already know that the band boasts major street cred, there’s something about the label that makes it even cooler: just about every piece on its site can be had for $100 or less. But this isn’t fast fashion, the heritage brand (and inventor of the hoodie) is also built to withstand rough-and-tumble wear (thanks to construction details like double-needle stitching and double-layer hoods). Shop the rare trifecta of trend, affordability, and durability, ahead, with something for everyone on your list.
Think of this hoodie as a party in the front and business everywhere else: Desert-inspired iconography serves a shot of trippy humor (A cactus flashing the peace sign? A snake on a skateboard — with glasses?) while delivering the brand’s durable double-needle stitching and double-layer hood. SHOP: Champion Reverse Weave Hoodie Blaze Days, $75, available at
The perfect dusty pink kicks do exist. The catch? They’re made in kid sizes only. Grab a pair for your favorite mini-me (then check out thisfor growns). SHOP: Champion Drome Hi Little Kids’ Sneakers, $60, available at
This brushed pullover reimagines Y2K velour tracksuit top with a plush double knit fabric, cropped waist, and plunging neckline for a look that’s both sporty and feminine. SHOP: Champion Soft Touch Rib Mix Pullover, C-Logo, was $55, now $27, available at
With both softness (see: breathable cotton fabric) and support where you need it (thanks to a wide elastic waistband and curved pouch), these boxer briefs cover all the bases. SHOP: Champion Everyday Men’s Cotton Boxer Brief 3-Pack Long Inseam, was $32, now $22, available at
This pull-over cotton and spandex bralette is free of hook-and-eye closures, metal strap adjusters, underwire — and just about everything that causes discomfort. What’s left is an easy-wear undergarment made with moisture-wicking fabric and perfectly engineered for light exercise or lounging about.
SHOP: Champion Women’s Heritage Bralette, was $22, now $11, available at
If you ask us, pants this soft and comfy have no business being called “joggers” — their cozy quotient is simply too high to be considered anything but loungewear. Still, for those looking to break a sweat (outside of sitting too close to the fire), this sportswear is also equipped to wick moisture and odor during particularly punishing workouts. Bonus: the pants are partially made from recycled materials, too.
SHOP: Champion Soft Touch Joggers, was $55, now $27, available at
Until Champion created the first hoodie in the 1930s, a sweatshirt did little to protect the neck from the elements. Now, the innovator gives the classic another upgrade, with a detachable, mask-like face covering meant to protect the wearer from the cold (and maybe even airborne pollutants, too). SHOP: Champion CLAB Defender Series Reverse Weave Hoodie, $75, available at
Some things never go out of style — and this classic sweatshirt is one of them. The loose-fit pullover is made to resist shrinkage and pilling, which means it will look just as relaxed on its first wear as its 50th.
SHOP: Champion Powerblend Fleece Crew Script Logo, was $50, now $25, available at
Don’t forget Fido this holiday. This tug toy boasts braided rope, included to massage the gums of your four-legged friend. But what we really love is its sweet price, which is far less than what a similar toy would cost at a pet shop.
SHOP: Champion Rope Braid Flyer Pet Toy, was $10, now $7, available at
If it’s hard to keep up with your favorite kids’ growth spurts, hook them up with fresh threads. This graphic tee boasts a new spin on a classic logo— all for less than a paperback book.
SHOP: Big Kids’ Cotton Tee Triple Split Script Logo, was $16, now $12 available at
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