Be kind to your body and the planet by making the switch to sustainable activewear! Whether you’re on the lookout for leggings, trainers or water bottles, we’ve got you covered. Discover some eco-friendly workout kit companies that are changing the face (and wardrobe!) of fitness…
Compiled by Joanna Ebsworth
Maison Lejaby’s sustainable Inspire collection features gorgeously soft separates like this Sporty Chic T-shirt, £35, made from plant-based fibres and the Seamless Aere Leggings, £70, which Maison Lejaby weaves from recycled yarns.
Scultura’s Flusso Sports Bra, £54, has an innovative micro-mesh lining that naturally wicks away moisture to keep you fresh and dry, thanks to Econyl-regenerated nylon.
Asquith creates these Long Harem Pants, £69, using supersoft, sustainable bamboo fabric. This is naturally sweat-wicking and breathable. Perfect for yoga or lazy weekends!
BPA- and BPS-free, this reusable S’well Speckled Earth 500ml Bottle, £24.50, has a condensation-free exterior with added texture that won’t sweat in your hands or your gym bag.
Tala’s classic zip-up Zahara Bra, £32, is now available in a cool mint colourway. Breathable and antibacterial, this design saves over 28 litres of water and 1.5kg of CO2 in production, compared to non-up-cycled Polyamide.
This Sweaty Betty Mindful Seamless Yoga Vest, £50, has a built-in bra with removable pads for light support. Sweatty Betty creates the green garment using sustainable modal yarn.
Vivobarefoot’s minimalist Primus Lite III Shoes, £115, are made from sustainable materials so they tread lightly on the planet. They are great for running, walking and strength workouts.
These two-in-one adidas Parley Mission Kit Run For The Oceans Shorts, £63, use up-cycled plastic intercepted on beaches, coastal communities and shorelines.
Sustainable, stretchy and oh-so-stylish, these high-waisted Contur Smooth Move Leggings,£59, feature recycled ECONYL® yarn, UV protection, and compression qualities for enhanced recovery after workouts.
Batoko creates its Seal Swimsuit, £50, from plastic waste, which would otherwise be destined for landfill and oceans. What’s more, a proportion of every sale goes to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, which rescues and rehabilitates grey seal pups.
Crafted from 34 PET bottles, Lefrik’s Capsule Bag, £53, has a 15L capacity to hold your gym kit and water bottle. Plus, there is a padded inner pocket for your laptop.
FeelFit creates its Signature Bralette, £35, using recycled plastic waste. It offers medium support with its carefully constructed underband. Plus, FeelFit plants a tree for every purchase.
This Yogamatters Aqua Evolve Yoga Mat, £60, actually helps to clean the environment by using algae blooms from lakes and ponds that cause eco-systems to become out of balance.
We love Reformation’s Ecomove Gwen Bra, £50, and Ecomove High Rise Leggings, £90. Reformation sustainably makes these garments from recycled plastic bottles. Plus, they feature a double layer of fabric for extra support.