With temps diving below freezing at times, it can be hard to remember that spring is on its way. If you’re battling the winter blues, get a little pick-me-up with a shopping-therapy session. Spring tennis gear is in! Brighten up your wardrobe with some new, trending spring fashion. There’s something available to match every mood the PNW weather has to throw at you: warming items for those icy days and some cool pieces for unexpected hot flashes.
Get ready to turn heads on the court with these spring apparel picks for guys and gals. Each perfect for kicking off the new season in!
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This outfit’s camo print will reaffirm what your opponent already knows: you’re a threat on the court. Combined with the asymmetrical kick pleats, the overall look is sure to make you stand out instead of blend in, and the skirt’s flat elastic waistband guarantees extra comfort and an easy, slimming fit.
When the season turns up the heat, the lightweight, woven fabric is moisture wicking so they will never see you sweat and you will hardly feel it when you do. The tank’s contrast mesh panel at the neckline and back and the racer back silhouette, keep you looking and feeling cool even when you rally.
LIJA Women’s Carmel Tank: $70.00
LIJA Tennis Carmel Skirt: $90.00
Step off of the court and hit your favorite brunch or happy hour spot without missing a beat or losing time in the changing room. This pullover hoodie is lightweight for warmer temps and adds a touch of elegance with the Dolman sleeves, metal-tipped drawcord, and cuffed bottom hem. Don’t worry, the kangaroo pockets keep it real and convenient while the moisture wicking, four-way stretch material and UPF 50+ protection keep you comfortable.
InPhorm Women’s Karissa Hoodie: $72.00
On those days when spring feels more like winter, this jacket keeps you warm and comfy on and off the court. The stand-up collar is cozy and soft while shielding your neck and core from biting temps. And the full-length asymmetrical zipper, side pockets, and contrast binding at the sleeve openings are both fashionable and sleek and keep the cold from cramping your style.
Babolat Women’s Perf Jacket: $80.00
This crew is perfect whether you like to keep it simple with the always-in-style black or prefer to stand out by adding color to your outfit. Form-fitting without clinging where it shouldn’t, this shirt has a sleek look that features tonal mesh trim. The inserted ventilation at the back and moisture wicking material keeps you feeling cool and confident as you sprint across the court. And your look is guaranteed to be as unforgettable as your game regardless of whether you wear it in ghost shadow black or ghost shadow blue steel.
Asics Men’s GPX Crew: $45.00
Low temps won’t slow you down when you wear these pants. Both warm and stylish, this article of clothing is a must-have with its elastic waistband featuring an internal drawcord, side pockets, and contrast trim. The tapered fit allows for easy movement and a modern look, while the Dri-Fit material keeps you warm and confident, even when the game heats up. Comes in black and grey.
Nike Men’s Epic Pant: $45.00
Check out these sporty hairstyles and racquets to complete your spring outfit!
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