8 Best High-End Athleisure Brands

8 High-End Athleisure Brands to Step Up Your Workouts

December 10, 2021 by

By: Shahrzad Rasekh By: Shahrzad Rasekh

Whether we're running a marathon or chilling on the couch, our fitness wear should be comfortable, practical and dare we say stylish.

These eight brands are just that, a perfect blend of high-tech materials and vibrant colors that will spice up your closet and your workouts.

See also: Madhappy Skyrockets Into Tech With Newest Beats Collab

Ernest Leoty

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Parisian active-wear brand Ernest Leoty creates pieces for high- and low-impact exercise, from yoga to cardio and everything in between. The brand’s recent collaboration with Net-A-Porter has resulted in a colorful selection of pieces to mix and match.

P.E. Nation

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Australian brand P.E. Nation is a Hadid- and Jenner-approved celebrity fave. All base active leggings are ethically made from recycled fiber, and most of the company’s designs are made from sustainable fabrics. P.E. Nation features a menswear line of all-black and vibrant designs, and womenswear in all sorts of patterns and colors.

ASRV

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Short for "All Season Recreation Versatility," ASRV combines modern designs with sophisticated fabrics to create functional, stylish men’s athletic wear. The brand sells clothing for recreational use up to pro-level training.

Outdoor Voices

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From running to tennis to simply lounging, Outdoor Voices offers stylish and practical clothing for any activity. The brand's exercise dress, which has built-in spandex with internal grippers, is particularly popular and offered in multiple colors.

See also: Ivy Park, Peloton, Adidas to Release 'Peloton Park' Collection

The Upside

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The Upside carries women’s active-wear, lounge-wear and even paddle-suits. The company also collaborates with organizations R U OK? and RSPCA to donate a portion of proceeds to charity. The brand extends its charitability by donating $1 per transaction to the Cambodian Children’s Trust.

Ultracor

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Spotted on Hillary Duff, Emma Roberts and Kelly Ripa, Ultracor’s leggings are offered in all sorts of fun colors and patterns, and boast built-in shapewear. If you’re feeling particularly extra, you can even pick up a Swarovski-embellished piece.

Y-3

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This collaboration between Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas has been around longer than “athleisure” has been a word. The avant-garde, gender neutral designs merge streetwear with athletic wear with cutting-edge taste.

Aeance

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This high-end performance line prides itself on minimalist designs, advanced technology, and eco-friendly and durable materials including merino and schoeller-dynamic fabric. The German-based label manufactures all of its clothing in Portugal and believes in a slow fashion approach, ensuring that garments will last for years to come.













8 High-End Athleisure Brands to Step Up Your Workouts

December 10, 2021 by By: Shahrzad Rasekh

Whether we're running a marathon or chilling on the couch, our fitness wear should be comfortable, practical and dare we say stylish.

These eight brands are just that, a perfect blend of high-tech materials and vibrant colors that will spice up your closet and your workouts.

See also: Madhappy Skyrockets Into Tech With Newest Beats Collab

Ernest Leoty

View this post on Instagram

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Website

Parisian active-wear brand Ernest Leoty creates pieces for high- and low-impact exercise, from yoga to cardio and everything in between. The brand’s recent collaboration with Net-A-Porter has resulted in a colorful selection of pieces to mix and match.

P.E. Nation

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Australian brand P.E. Nation is a Hadid- and Jenner-approved celebrity fave. All base active leggings are ethically made from recycled fiber, and most of the company’s designs are made from sustainable fabrics. P.E. Nation features a menswear line of all-black and vibrant designs, and womenswear in all sorts of patterns and colors.

ASRV

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Short for "All Season Recreation Versatility," ASRV combines modern designs with sophisticated fabrics to create functional, stylish men’s athletic wear. The brand sells clothing for recreational use up to pro-level training.

Outdoor Voices

Website

From running to tennis to simply lounging, Outdoor Voices offers stylish and practical clothing for any activity. The brand's exercise dress, which has built-in spandex with internal grippers, is particularly popular and offered in multiple colors.

See also: Ivy Park, Peloton, Adidas to Release 'Peloton Park' Collection

The Upside

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The Upside carries women’s active-wear, lounge-wear and even paddle-suits. The company also collaborates with organizations R U OK? and RSPCA to donate a portion of proceeds to charity. The brand extends its charitability by donating $1 per transaction to the Cambodian Children’s Trust.

Ultracor

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Spotted on Hillary Duff, Emma Roberts and Kelly Ripa, Ultracor’s leggings are offered in all sorts of fun colors and patterns, and boast built-in shapewear. If you’re feeling particularly extra, you can even pick up a Swarovski-embellished piece.

Y-3

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This collaboration between Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas has been around longer than “athleisure” has been a word. The avant-garde, gender neutral designs merge streetwear with athletic wear with cutting-edge taste.

Aeance

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This high-end performance line prides itself on minimalist designs, advanced technology, and eco-friendly and durable materials including merino and schoeller-dynamic fabric. The German-based label manufactures all of its clothing in Portugal and believes in a slow fashion approach, ensuring that garments will last for years to come.