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When you play sports you quickly learn that you get out what you put in. If you’re working hard, putting in the time, putting in the effort, watching the tapes, doing the research you’re only going to be better for it. If you want to win, if you want to succeed, you’ve got to be prepared for whatever obstacles may be put in your way.

The modern man is not a one trick pony. Gone are the days of simple requirements and duties; no, today the workforce demands versatility. You have to be a swiss army knife executive and a multipurpose corporate capitalist to make any headway in this cut-throat economy.  On top of that, you’ve got to try to maintain an active social life and spend quality time with those you love and value. With all of the other struggles surrounding the basic essentials of simply existing in this modern world, clothing should be the last thing you have to wrangle with. 

Truwear bridges that divide between fashionable business attire and functional performance wear, enabling you to execute any and all of the tasks your daily schedule demands.  Performance wear for the busy businessman. 

When founders, Joseph Hawes and Tim Nixon, decided to start Truwear, they wanted to not only meet the needs of the modern renaissance man but have men expect more from their clothing. Now, men can easily transition from workday to family life; no change of wardrobe needed. 

And because family life is just as important, if not more so, the men of today needed their clothing to be able to withstand the rigorous demands of and the everyday pranks of fatherhood.

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