New York-based menswear designer Todd Snyder and his namesake label just unleashed a very cool military cargo sweatpant cut from an imported Japanese indigo-dyed cotton. The result is not only impossibly comfortable and handsome but elevated over your standard options in a subtle way. Plus, the patch-and-flap pockets eliminate the only real issue plaguing the sweatpant nowadays: EDC goods sliding out of pockets.
Take a page out of the styling above and dress it up a little. Or keep it lower-key and simple. Either way, you win. Grab the look here.