In case you don’t know “athleisure,”it is athletic clothing that serves double-duty. One problem: It’s been listing heavily towards the leisure and away from useful. The whole idea is that you can show up for work and work out in the same outfit. Fortunately, the following items embrace the athletic side of the athleisure spectrum, taking the trend away from screen time and back in the direction it should go—to real action on the trail.

Smartwool Marble Ridge Hat 

This half merino wool, half acrylic piece can stay on your head all-day long without any loss of style points. $34 |

Arc’teryx Cerium LT Hoody

Providing oven-like wamth when you need it, but breathable enough to wear in the office, this insulator is a must-own. $450 |

Tracksmith Grayboy “Amateur” Tee

Made with blend of cotton and Rayon, this t-shirt says “AMATURE’ across the front. Whether your co-workers interpret that as an ironic statement or not is totally up to you. $55 | 

Vuori Abrasion-less Pant
Abrasion-resistant stretch fabric with articulated knees and a crotch gusset make these pants impervious to the occasional banister slide. $88 |

Arc’teryx Quanta Cap

Combining cotton comfort and polyester’s quick-drying performance, this is one versatile cap. Plus, an elastic headband keeps it fixed on your noggin. $50 |

Adidas Zonyk Aero Pro Sunglasses 

The half-rim design here saves weight and offers excellent peripheral vision—that adds up to performance that looks damn good on the ride in. $209 |

Pearl Izumi Divide Top 

The novel chest pocket design and moisture management fabric in this light top will make it your best friend on your bike commute. $55 |

Club Ride Mountain Surf Shorts 

Here’s everything you’d want out of a short: abrasion resistance, adjustable waist, zippered pocket, reflectivity, 12-inch inseam, lightweight quick-drying fabric and a gusseted crotch. $80 |

Ibex Essential Wool Polo

This classic-style polo with plushness of blended knit merino wool and silk looks all business but it mitigates the rigors of the trail, too. $120 |

Tracksmith Longfellow Shorts 

Made of Schoeller Dryskin with four-way stretch, durability and wicking performance, the clean lines of these shorts look more athletic than leisure. $90 |

Ortovox Swisswool Piz Boe Vest

This vest is hot: A Pertex outer and Swiss wool insulation give you down-hoody warmth in your core without all the bulk of a full jacket. $199 |