About the Brand: Max Activewear aims to provide the highest quality Bikram yoga clothing, for men, on the market. Each piece is thoughtfully and carefully designed and manufactured in Manhattan, New York by Otto Cedeno, a practicing yogi who is the owner and director of Bikram Yoga Union Square. Max Activewear provides yoga wear that delivers serious performance and comfort in the studio.
Key Pieces to Look for: With performance pieces it's hard to go wrong with MAX Activewear. If you're a daily practioner who needs major functionality try the Mens Classic Short that boasts performance and embodies "less is more." For those that practice a couple times per week, or those who want a little more coverage in the studio, try the Mens New Generation Short that offers the same level of performance with a little more fabric leeway.
Where to Wear: Although MAX Activewear is so comfortable you will want to wear them everywhere, these pieces work best in the studio or on the mat. With multiple color options available MAX Activewear fits seamlessly into any existing workout wardrobe while offering colors that can suit your mood or style.
Sizing Feedback: MAX Activewear sizing runs large so we recommend sizing down to find the perfect fit.
MAX ACTIVE WEAR REVIEWS
"Simply the best shorts I have ever had. Great fit. Comfortable. Well made. Easy to wash. Whether they are used for yoga, for general exercise or cycling they are great. I could go on....if only I could wear them to work I would !!" - (via Shopmaxnyc.com)
"For Hot Yoga these fit well and are non restricting. Material is thin enough to breathe but supports well. Definitely recommend. I have 6 pair (one of each colour) and the quality has been good." - (via Shopmaxnyc.com)
"I have had these shorts for over a year now and love them. Very comfortable and they look great. Very supportive. Would wear these all day if it were socially acceptable!" - (via Shopmaxnyc.com)
"Best yoga shorts so far for Bikram Yoga. I've had a black pair for 5 years, when they just came out and I use them all the time. They are obviously made to last. They do not hinder any asana even in the adv class, and they keep the "jewels" comfortably in the right place with the inside liner. The days of readjusting for splits or Eagle pose, or any other pose for that matter are long gone. They are pricey, but for the comfort and durability it's well worth it. My tag says "medium", and I wear 32 waist, so with the numbered system it's a "2" since they run a bit large. I'm saving up for a second pair!" - (via Amazon.com)