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thebluerose
United States
6 posts
Hi, guys! As you guys kno, there r a lot of great activewear brands out there, and some increasingly popular ones. I really like Lululemon, Nike, Adidas, and all those great brands. I love their stuff, but they r kinda pricey. I love active wear, but I can't really afford to spend 50 dollars and above each time. Any good quality cheaper alternatives?

I already have Forever 21's line of activewear on my list. You guys should definitely check those out too, btw.
Posted 34 months ago
milka5
United States
2 posts
Victoria secret
Posted 34 months ago
anonymous
United States
1 post
Trend gal.com
Sammy dress.com
Dress link.com
Mod deals.com
Posted 34 months ago
Offthelish
United States
2 posts
You could try H&M I think they have active wear.
Posted 34 months ago
bridgettml7
United States
1 post
Lulu lemon.
Posted 34 months ago
kintao
China
8 posts
see this store and you will can find more good products !
Posted 34 months ago
kintao
China
8 posts
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/115734
Posted 34 months ago
nina.podpecan
Afghanistan
2 posts
sportsdirect. :D
Posted 34 months ago
simone.blake15
India
1 post
Alanic Activewear
Posted 19 months ago
Amyzing1997
United States
4 posts
Siluet Yoga Wear
Gym Bunny
Posted 18 months ago
SandyMay
United States
56 posts
For cheaper activewear I like Xerscion? (JCPenney), Champion, and Victoria Secret. I've found that compression leggings are better for working out in as they tend to have a thicker material so they are squat proof. Also, some of Old Navy's brands leggings I've heard are nice but I haven't tried them.
Posted 18 months ago
ancsimango
France
3 posts
athleta
http://www.hypeandbuy.com/index.php/media/JuoRomKSwk
Posted 17 months ago
frerezsuits

1 post
Try Alanic Activewear - https://www.alanic.com/
Posted 16 months ago
harckki
United States
1 post
Forever 21 has some cheap stuff too!
Posted 16 months ago
bsdiary
France
39 posts
Missguided and Jordan Dunn collaboration is very stylish. https://www.missguidedus.com/londunn-missguided
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But for a more practical designs, I really like Topshop and Old Navy.
Posted 15 months ago
tousstouss
France
1 post
You should try fabletics, you got great discount on your first order
https://www.fabletics.fr/
Posted 15 months ago
melisa256
Australia
4 posts
You can also try http://academybrand.com it is a man clothing store and their activewear are awesome.
Posted 11 months ago
KyleeKandy
United States
12 posts
[quote]Hi, guys! As you guys kno, there r a lot of great activewear brands out there, and some increasingly popular ones. I really like Lululemon, Nike, Adidas, and all those great brands. I love their stuff, but they r kinda pricey. I love active wear, but I can't really afford to spend 50 dollars and above each time. Any good quality cheaper alternatives?

I already have Forever 21's line of activewear on my list. You guys should definitely check those out too, btw.[/quote]
I agree the stuff is way expensive! try places like ebay they sell those brands but for cheaper prices!
Posted 9 months ago
KyleeKandy
United States
12 posts
[quote]Hi, guys! As you guys kno, there r a lot of great activewear brands out there, and some increasingly popular ones. I really like Lululemon, Nike, Adidas, and all those great brands. I love their stuff, but they r kinda pricey. I love active wear, but I can't really afford to spend 50 dollars and above each time. Any good quality cheaper alternatives?

I already have Forever 21's line of activewear on my list. You guys should definitely check those out too, btw.
I agree the stuff is way expensive! try places like ebay they sell those brands but for cheaper prices![/quote]
https://www.ebay.com/
Posted 9 months ago
Barria11
United States
1 post
Yes, definitely! Try Carbon38 tank tops, sports bras, leggings, shoes from https://www.carbon38.com/shop-all-activewear/tops/tanks I have been shopping from here for quite a while now, I don’t feel like shifting to any other brand. The apparels are worthy and it is a very pocket friendly clothing line.
Posted 6 months ago
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