When Jenna Lyons and mentor Micky Drexler departed their creative roles at the J. Crew they'd devoted over a decade to building, the future of very high quality, fairly priced garments filling the American wardrobe became a matter of concern --not so with the Todd Snyder aesthetic to the rescue.
For the consumer comfortable in that tricky, volatile up-meets-down/high-meets-low (prices --> quality, not vice versa) of contemporary sportswear, one must be good to stand out in a market so satiated with selvedge fabric and elevated activewear separates produced in conjunction with champion. And of the numerous offerings, I have yet to find something that doesn't feel as though time and care went into constructing each garment. These pants are wildly comfortable, with just the right amount of weight. The panoply of colors is fantastic captivating, Mr. Snyder. Keep on keeping on.