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Gearing Up with Victory Clothing

Eman Rosario with victory clothing tank top

StreetwearTalk’s BrandWatch series gives you the scoop on small fashion brands with big ideas. This week’s issue shines the spotlight on San Diego-based Victory Clothing with their workout-grade apparel that marks a return to form for performance sportswear.

Sportswear has no doubt made its way into every corner of the fashion world. From the comfortable athleisure tracksuit to the runway-ready high-fashion fusions, it’s not hard to notice sportswear’s influence on modern streetwear.

Nowadays, however, it is getting a bit harder to find performance-oriented sportswear outside of the biggest brands. This is most likely because of the popularity of more casual sportswear.

But performance sportswear was never about the trends. That’s what Victory Clothing is here for.


Road to Victory

Victory Clothing was established in San Diego, California by famed bodybuilder Sergio Oliva Jr. The goal was simple – design and make clothing that’s comfortable and durable enough for the demands of the gym. To meet these standards, Victory Clothing does everything from materials to manufacturing all in the United States.


Feeling Like a Champion

Needless to say, the brand has definitely achieved victory since its launch in 2016. With widespread support from the bodybuilding community, Victory Clothing has since broadened their horizons to include a women’s line and a general sportswear range.

While their next moves remain to be seen, Victory Clothing’s commitment to high-performance apparel will no doubt bring them more success in the future.

How do you feel about Victory Clothing’s workout wear? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned to StreetwearTalk for more of the latest in streetwear news.

Written by Ralph Trayfalgar

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