The Inertia, which bills itself as the definitive voice of surfing and the outdoors, has been on a climb rarely witnessed in either surfing or outdoors since its inception some 10ish years ago. Namely, becoming the most milquetoast safe space on the internet, making even The Huffington Post appear tough and mean.
Media watchers have been constantly surprised by the new heights of mollycoddle reached by The Inertia and, so, were stunned when the outlet released its exhaustive guide to pregnancy pants for men ahead of Black Friday entering itself directly into the nasty culture wars.
“Birthing people,” as you might know, being forced into the dialect by some on the extreme woke as “woman” is an exclusionary term.
A great pair of joggers is a revelation. Plain and simple. In the pandemic era, joggers have become much more than what they used to be. Where sweatpants have historically been reserved for after dinner or a lazy Sunday morning, like it or not, their sophisticated sibling, joggers, have become a staple of waking life. In the work-from-home age, joggers are a 24-7 uniform for the digital workforce. If you’re a remote or hybrid worker, chances are, you’ve purchased a pair since things became more home-centric. You may have received a pair as a gift, and, if you’re like me, you might have wondered, “If I’m going to work from home, what is the most comfortable outfit I can possibly wear while maintaining a modicum of self-respect (and professionalism)?”
The “joggers” were rated on comfort and stylishness with Vuori taking three of the six categories including “best performance jogger.”
Best, also, for postpartum.