Sometimes, when you’re a big, tall professional athlete—like say a strong safety or a hoops-playing center—it can be hard to find clothes that fit. Especially clothes that fit and look good. And though you may not know it, that’s where Walmart can help. That’s what pro football player Jamal Adams found, alongside pro basketball players Iman Shumpert, Andre Drummond, and R.J. Hampton, when they picked up new gear at Walmart this year. From camp shirts to corduroy shorts and even basic T-shirts, Walmart’s Free Assembly line is as good-looking as it is affordable and is committed to sustainability. And if you want to branch out a bit, Walmart stocks other lines too, including shirts and shorts from No Boundaries. Take a look below, then click over to Walmart.com’s men’s fashion section to cop some new clothes.
When wearing a tonal ensemble, you can’t go wrong with a striped pocket tee and corduroy shorts, both of which add texture to this red-on-red fit.
If red’s not your color, opt for a tonal outfit in shades of olive. Here, a pair of solid olive shorts help ground the visual excitement of a printed short-sleeved shirt.
If you like things a bit less “buttoned-up,” a convertible collar shirt is the piece for you. Designed to be worn open, these collars lay flat across the collarbone to create a classic casual look.
Plaid’s not just for fall. In fact, a tartan in colorful shades like lemon yellow and white is the perfect traditional top for an active day at the park or a casual night out.
Free Assembly Men’s Short Sleeve Graphic T-Shirt| $8-$12
Great style’s all about the right T-shirt. Why not add some pizzazz to your tee game with a cream-colored graphic piece, a crucial companion to any pair of easy-wearing shorts.
Say aloha to fun with this classic Hawaiian-print shirt, a look that only gets better when paired with black chino shorts.
If you want to dress things down a bit, try a white tee under a printed button-up with casual, cool cut-off denim shorts. Boom, that’s easy perfection.