Jack Wills launches first sportswear collection for men


Jack Wills, the British fashion and lifestyle brand, today announces the launch of its first sportswear collection for men, following the success of its women’s range, launched in January.

The Jack Wills Sporting Goods range for men is made up of a selection of athletic clothing including the Alderton training hoodie, long-sleeved Henworth top and Haydon gym vest, all made from high performance, technical fabric or gym-ready jersey, and designed in London by the Jack Wills design team to be as suited to 5-a-side as to spinning, strength work or sprints.

Jack Wills is also delighted to announce it has partnered with model and fitness coach Roger Frampton and BLOK gym in Clapton, London to celebrate the launch.

Products will be available to purchase from the Jack Wills London stores in Covent Garden and Soho, Jack Wills in Heathrow Terminal 3 and online at www.jackwills.com.

Jack Wills remains dedicated to producing long-lasting, fit for purpose clothing; as part of the Fabric of Jack, and its commitment to opening the doors of their factories, the technical clothing in this range has been sourced from P&R Texteis, our Portuguese partner that specialises in technical sportswear. Because of the family-run company’s experience and commitment to social responsibility, P&R Texteis was an obvious partner for this collection. 

Peter Williams, founder and CEO of Jack Wills, said: “We launched our first sports collection for women in January and the response has been fantastic. Doing the same for men was an obvious next step, and is ideally timed with the global growth of athleisurewear. Jack Wills is already expert in hoodies and sweats, so the collection brings together our knowledge with the talents of the London-based design team and our efficient, high-quality European partners in Portugal – who already produce products for thousands of Olympic athletes.”

To shop the full range: www.jackwills.com/sporting-goods