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Experts / October 2016
Danielle Rines, Global Newsroom

Suit Up, Game On!

We believe you’re truly at your best when you’re giving it your all and leaving it all on the floor.

As presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton prepares just that against Donald Trump in the final presidential debate tonight, Reebok has designed the ultimate performance pant suit for the candidate who has made the corporate cut famous.

“We wanted to imagine a collection of pant suits that highlighted power and strength,” says Reebok's Senior Director of Brand Management, Inga Stenta.

We wanted to imagine a collection of pant suits that highlighted power and strength.“Women like Clinton are tough and unapologetic. Although we don’t often see candidates sweat, the bright lights of the debate and the pressure of the national stage can raise temperatures. Performance wear seems to be the perfect choice for situations like this.”  

Clinton will feel the heat as she prepares to head into one of the most important moments in her run for Leader of the Free World, a moment that could make or break her campaign. 

The Reebok pant suit would not only compliment Clinton’s signature style, it would be crafted from ActivChill fabric. Great for a sparring match with "The Donald.” 

In the last debate, even Trump himself referred to Clinton as a fighter that doesn’t hold back.

"She does fight hard," Trump said of his opponent," she doesn't quit, she doesn't give up, and I consider that to be a very good trait."

She does fight hard,” Trump said of his opponent, "she doesn't quit, she doesn't give up, and I consider that to be a very good trait.

Tomorrow night, the debate will be the ultimate Las Vegas fight card as Clinton and Trump go head to head. 

When Clinton enters the debate arena in (no doubt) her signature look, all eyes will be on her fight kit pant suit. As one of the first brands to outfit women in fitness apparel. Reebok felt it only right to draft a custom design for the Future Madam President. 

"It’s the moments we push ourselves further than we ever thought possible, that allow us to be the best version of ourselves,” Stenta says.

Long a lover of pant suits and power, Clinton could take her debate prep one step further by suiting up in the ultimate Reebok performance wear. 

The debate between Trump and Clinton will air on Fox News Channel on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 9 p.m. ET.

Experts / October 2016
Danielle Rines, Global Newsroom