Wilson Sportswear debuts patriotic athleticwear ahead of Independence Day, Tokyo Games

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Wilson Sportswear debuts patriotic athleticwear ahead of Independence Day, Tokyo Games

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Chicago-based athletic brand Wilson Sportswear just dropped a multipurpose apparel collection that can take you from Fourth of July-themed jogs to cheering on Team USA while watching the Olympics in three weeks.

With bright red, white and blue colorways splashed across tanks, shorts and jackets, these pieces are extraordinarily useful because they feature technology you need to stay cool during this torrid heat. Think mesh panels for ventilation, cropped pieces for a roomy fit during chillier evenings and water-repellent fabric for those unexpected downpours. 

We linked a number of women's pieces ahead, but the entire men's and women's capsule is already available to shop at Wilson. Shop the Fourth of July/Olympics edit and put your patriotism on display all month long.

A riff on the 70s sport short, it has a perforated yoke on the back for breathability and ventilation.

If the temps seriously drop when the sun sets down in your area, warm up with this crop hoodie. It's manufactured with French terry for a smooth face and soft interior.

A two-way zipper gives this windbreaker real personality and both water- and wind-resistant material means you won't be drenched during an unexpected downpour.

These shorts combine both sporty and casual and whether dressed up or down, you can take comfort knowing there are handy pockets to store valuables and sweat-wicking properties woven throughout the garment.

Because this boasts anti-order fabric, you can sweat comfortably in it knowing odor-causing bacteria won't permeate on you or the tank.

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