Whether wearing them around the house or working out at the gym, the mesh training shorts made by Andrew Christian are a great value.   Based on the quality of their construction, these shorts can be worn casually just about anywhere.   The added value of using mesh material ensures longer durability and a fade resistant look.

I wore the light blue/burgundy shorts and experienced free movement along with a smooth comfortable fit.  I prefer this style’s cut because it fits nicely around the legs and backside and doesn’t look baggy or sloppy.  This longer short is very attractive and masculine.  One specific feature I like about the shorts is the double stitched pockets on the front as opposed to the sides.  This pair will be a definite, regular addition to my workout wardrobe.

The contrast stitching and outlined pocket design adds a fashionable style to the overall appearance of the shorts.   As an additional touch, the Andrew Christian signature cross logo is placed on the lower front, right hand side of the shorts.  The burgundy drawstring waistband and stitching along the bottom compliments the overall color of the shorts.  In addition, a thin white stripe travels horizontally across the middle of the waistband adding symmetry and balance to the esthetic of the shorts.

This particular style of Andrew Christian mesh training short comes in gold/burgundy, light blue/burgundy, black/gold, and silver/black.

Fit: 4.5
Materials: 4.5
Construction 5.0
Look: 5.0
Active Wear: 4.5
Overall: 4.7

These shorts were provided by Andrew Christian and can be purchased at http://www.andrewchristian.com


As an admirer of art, I’ve always appreciated the role that underwear has played in men’s fashion. For me personally, underwear serves as a catalyst for allowing men to present their style and fashion sense while remaining masculine and true to themselves. Since fashion is an expression of oneself, this allows men to do so privately, intimately and socially….it’s the best of all worlds! I'm currently a resident of Atlanta, GA. and work fulltime as a Project Manager for a large Computer/IT company.

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