Whether going to the gym or the grocery store there's no denying that activewear has inadvertently become the staple of every wardrobe. The ultimate in comfort yet still socially acceptable outside of the house, it's the gift that keeps on giving. But what if we told you that we've found an activewear brand that not only champions women's physical and mental health, but is also looking out for the planet? You'd say "Sign me up" right?
Founded in 2013 by best friends, Vera Yan and Katia Santilli, Nimble Activewear was born out of a shared love for creating considered activewear. Activewear that pays respect to both the planet and our bodies. Realising how important movement was for their own self-care, they bonded over staying active and finding activewear that met their needs.
From the beginning, Nimble Activewear saw its responsibility to be part of a global community and to create positive change. Fuelled by curiosity and a love of experimenting, Nimble Activewear intends for their products to take you places - not just physically but mentally too. Spark conversation, change the status quo and discover ways to better appreciate the needs of our bodies, minds and the planet.
Known for their feminine prints and colour palette, their focus on sustainable materials made from post-consumer use recycled plastic bottles has taken their vision to the next level with their signature MoveLite fabric. On average, six recycled plastic bottles are used in each pair of Nimble Activewear’s leggings, with two to four recycled plastic bottles used in their sports bras and singlets. To date they've recycled over one million bottles. That's a hell of a lot of plastic being kept out of our oceans.
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How to enter
If there is one think we can get behind here at RUSSH it's collectively reducing our impact on the planet. That's why we've teamed up with Nimble Activewear to give one lucky RUSSH reader a $500 voucher. To enter simply tell us in 25 words or less what you're doing to reduce your impact on the planet. Competition closes July 1. Terms and conditions apply.