7 Hong Kong Activewear Brands to Take Your Fitness Goals to The Next Level in 2020
Whether you need high performance gear that makes you feel invincible during the workout or a chic crop top that takes you from the gym to the coffee shop, these Hong Kong activewear labels will give you a little added motivation to get fit in 2020.
Born through the vision of athletes and coaches paving the way for CrossFit in Asia, EARNED is a fitness apparel brand that motivates gym-goers to #earnit—through pushing past your limits and knowing your why, no matter where you’re at in your fitness journey.
Set to launch online on December 9, EARNED features high quality apparel with a clean design, including tanks, tees and sweatshirts.
Shop EARNED here
2/7 Lane Eight
Built from the idea that we should be able to wear the same pair of shoes from the gym to an evening out, Lane Eight is the brainchild behind Lane Eight, a homegrown footwear brand that effortlessly combines style with performance for the everyday athlete.
With a new store opening in Wan Chai’s Star Street, Lane Eight will showcase its iconic Trainer AD 1 in different shades, including the latest, Dusty Taupe.
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3/7 Caelum Greene
A multi-brand athleisure and lifestyle fashion concept that offers a curated selection of highly sought-after brands (think L'URV, MICHI, Varley and more) from all over the world. With a focus on sustainability, every detail from packaging to their new store at The Landmark is designed with the environment in mind.
Whether it’s activewear, yoga mats, sneakers, or water bottles, their chic and stylish products will give you the motivation you need for your next workout. Even better, for every purchase you make, Caelum Greene will donate part of the proceeds to Redress to help reduce waste in fashion.
Shop Caelum Greene here
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4/7 V Apparel
Built by body-positive activist for women of all body shapes, V Apparel is a Hong Kong activewear brand designed for women who are constantly on the go and want to look and feel their best with minimal effort.
The style is feminine and comfortable, which means their activewear will take you from workout to brunch. Best-sellers include their leggings made with four-way stretch fabric, which makes it incredibly breathable and gives a contouring effect that guarantees that “feel good” factor.
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5/7 SIVA Active
The first thing you’ll notice about SIVA Active is the unique colours of their activewear—think Canyon Rose, Cedar Green, Dust Blue and Scarlet Red. A local activewear brand that specialises in “Asian fit”, SIVA Active offers thoughtful designs that address fitting issues that many Asian women find themselves facing when it comes to choosing the right fitness gear.
Their high waisted leggings from the FeelZero collection are almost weightless, making ideal for running or intense cardio training.
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6/7 HAKA Active
Inspired by the Maori ceremonial dance, HAKA Active was formed with the idea of building a HAKA community. With a mission to inspire women with the HAKA spirit, which embodies strength and the courage to face every challenge with determination, the activewear brand reinforces the message through using a spear as its symbol, which is stamped on each HAKA garment.
With creative colourways and a cool-looking sheen in some of the designs, the HAKA performance gear will have you keeping them on well after your gym session.
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7/7 Flow Factory Co
Non-slip, long lasting and stylish, Flow Factory Co has just the yoga mat you need for your practice. For yogis who like to travel, the Flow Travel yoga mats are lightweight and travel-friendly, while still offering strong grip even in the sweatiest of yoga session.
Offering a mix of beautiful prints, from floral to tropical to geometric, the yoga mats will keep you comfortable and safe through all of your poses.
Shop Flow Factory Co here
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