Best Outfits 2022 US Open
We’re almost in the last weekend of the 2022 US Open. That means it’s time to look at some of the best outfits of the tournament. All the brands look to make a splash during the US Open, and some end up being more successful than others. We’ll have the usual suspects like Nike and Adidas bring out their best. However, other great brands like New Balance, Fila, and Lacoste have some great-looking kits as well.
Here are the greatest hits!
I’m really loving Daniil Medvedev in the Lacoste Kit this US Open. There are some cool and simple patterns on his kit, and you can get it in different colors too. The shoes aren’t too shabby either. I consider this the most elegant of tennis brands currently.
If you watched either Karen Kachanov or Frances Tiafoe in the semis, you noticed their fancy Nike crew shirts. They hang low around the neck area. They are not your ordinary crew. The nice thing about these is that they look to be made for the hot and humid weather of the United States during the summer. There’s nothing better than to let your neck breathe in the sweltering heat!
On the women’s side, nobody has brought her personality to an accessible brand more than Coco Gauff. You can get all her cool New Balance gear, including those Minecraft-inspired shoes.
This list wouldn’t be complete without giving Fila a shout-out. If you’ve seen either Diego Schwartzman or Karolina Pliskova on the court, you know that the outfits are colorful, modern, and functional. Fila should be at the top of your list if you’re looking to make a statement on the court.
Finally, we have none other than Rafa Nadal in his Nike kit, with his blend of neon and baby blue shirts, and the bandana, of course, we can’t forget the bandana.
Whatever your need may be, you can always find something for your needs. Whether it’s functionality, a fashion statement or a combination of both, there’s going to be a brand out there for you. What are you waiting for?
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