Best New Athleisure Brands

Nicky LaMarco
2 min readOct 28, 2022

Here are some new athleisure brands to check out! Update your workout wardrobe.

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Pocket Running Belt by SPIbelt

Prices: $24–34

Summary: Comes in 24 colors, and all feature a zipper allowing for quick access when working out. Pocket Running Belts are made in the United States. It expands up to 6.5 x 3 x 2 inches and allows for large mobile phones to fit.

BoatHouse

Clothing: Women’s and men’s complete athleisure and accessories with a focus on sustainability.

Sizes: S-2XL

Prices: $16-$400

Summary: This premier athleisure brand got its start in 1976 for the Montreal Olympics. It offers customized pieces, rainproof gear, and styles to fit most any athletic need. Olympic rower John Strotbeck designed his brand out of his hometown of Philadelphia to cater to the needs of athletes like himself.

Proto101

Clothing: A wide array of tops, bottoms, outerwear, and dresses for good prices without sacrificing quality.

Sizes: XXS-XL

Prices: $29-$89

Summary: Proto101 continues operations after five decades and grows more every year. Its founders and designers seek to offer alternatives to wasteful “fast fashion” with athleisure crafted to last.

Fisher’s Finery

Clothing: Active & Athleisure, Daily Wear, Sleep & Loungewear, Bras, Sleep Accessories, Maternity Clothing, and Cashmere Outerwear

Sizes: XS-XXL

Prices: $13-$200

Summary: Fisher’s Finery has men's and women’s clothing and sleepwear in a variety of fabrics ranging from silk to cashmere, from organic cotton to bamboo viscose. Its New London, Connecticut headquarters focuses on sustainability and those who feel better wearing the best.

Davy Piper

Clothing: Active Wear, Athleisure, Tops, Bottoms, Swimwear, Bras & Underwear (including Leakproof), Dresses, Loungewear, Sleepwear

Sizes: S-XXL; Small Busty — XXL Busty

Prices: $10-$100

Summary: Davy Piper is a fan favorite for excellent reasons. The variety of its clothing is as vast as its fabrics. It cites itself as “women-led,” which is why the sizes and features are terrific. The company is a huge supporter of breast cancer causes. Students can sign up for a 21% off discount, as well.

Compression Socks by Pear Compression

Clothing: Socks

Sizes: XS-S, S-M, M-L

Prices: $24-$64

Summary: Pear’s tagline is, “female-focused, female-led,” with its founder’s goal to take compression socks from drab to cute. Proper circulation is a problem whether someone is an athlete or simply living their day-to-day life. Pear offers sizes and styles to fit every lifestyle.

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Nicky LaMarco

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