With the rising trend of the healthy lifestyle, more and more people are starting to hit gyms across the country. As a knock on effect, a lot of interesting trends have begun to appear in the market. Taking selfies for example, has become a social norm for any gym routine. And as a result, fashion is beginning to play a major role in the sportswear market.
Sportswear is not necessarily a practical concern anymore, people are more concerned with the fashionable aspects of gym wear and prices have jumped in retaliation. Is this the way it should be? Should you really have to overpay for your gym wear or are there other ways to look fashionable on a budget?
Looking fashionable on a budget
The Sun recently published an article detailing “fabulous fitness wear without the designer price tag”. The article lists supermarket brands such as Asda, Tesco and Lidl – advertising the items as “stylish yet affordable”.
The only footwear featured were George at Asda trainers with incorporated Micro-Fresh® Technology. The author has described them as cool fashionable trainers with an exclusive feature of Micro-Fresh® Technology that prevents odours.
These trainers are the perfect buy to complete your look to the gym and will leave you feeling just as fresh at the end of the session as you were at the beginning!
Micro-Fresh® is an innovative technology designed to give long lasting freshness to footwear, homeware, and a variety of other products.