You might not have given too much thought into the garms you wear on the treadmill, until you joined that super sleek new gym that’s just opened in the posh part of town. But it’s important to feel good and stylish when you step into the gym, or get set to run a few miles in the park now that the spring weather is finally blessing us.
And with new athletic brands – and studios – popping up every month, it might be time to give your standard-issue T-shirt and sweats an upgrade. Whether it’s a SYNRGY360 session, a quick 5k run on Woodway Curve treadmills, or an hour of highly-intensive PRAMA (google it), we’ve got you covered.
Move in style with Noli Yoga who create unique yoga & activewear apparel fusing fashion and function. Incorporating versatile and elevated prints, high performance technical fabric and superior manufacturing – this all American-made brand offers high quality pieces that are designed to perform at the highest levels while providing the most flattering fit.
Their collections are inspired by powerful, active women with exceptional style. In particular, we’re loving these ‘Black Bird’ leggings which combine a Noli favorite print with a stylish ombre effect to make for one super stylish legging! Not bad value either at £64.95, available now at Yoga Rebel.
Another brand who love their big bold prints as much as we do is SukiShufu which was founded by banker turned housewife turned designer Caroline White. Before creating her own line of sportswear, she had represented Australia in gymnastics and was constantly frustrated by the lack of style and substance in her activewear, and that’s how SukiShufu was born.
Their aptly-named ‘Miso Crop Top’ pink bubble is a hot little number that gives you a medium to firm level of support and a sexy leatherback flash. Made using Italian breathable lycra and Italian faux leather this well thought out design incorporates a flattering sweetheart neckline and extra width straps which will not cut into you as you work out.
Of course it’s not just the ladies who like to look extra suave while getting their sweat on. Nike have just released the all new ‘Air VaporMax’ which they claim has reignited the Air revolution. The completely visible cushioning takes Air Max to new places, and arrives coupled with a flexible Nike Flyknit upper to create the lightest, most flexible Air Max ever.
With the Air VaporMax, the original idea behind visible Air has become a reality three decades after its conception. Available in Pure Platinum and University Red colourways, the Vapormax carries a hefty price tag of £170, but once they’re on your feet, they certainly feel like money well spent.