10 Black-Owned Fitness Apparel Brands
what you wear can sometimes be the difference between you pushing yourself or doing the bare minimum.
When you look good, you feel good and sometimes the right fitness apparel can offer motivation.
Starting your fitness journey?
Shop with these black-owned fitness apparel brands
Yema Khalif and his wife sought to educate orphaned children through their fitness brand.
Khalif draws inspiration from his personal experience growing up in the Kibera slums of Nairobi, kenya.
This brand was created to represent culturally conscious women of all, body shapes and physical attributes.
Their African-inspired leggings were designed to motivate and empower women of color to live a healthy lifestyle.
For and by black women, this globally-inspired activewear never intended to fit in.
Take a look at their high-rise zig-zag leggings with side cutouts for a sexy look while working out.
this fitness apparel line pushes motivation, selling t-shirts with phrases like “ass to grass” for your squats.
maximize your performance with Simeon Panda’s other fitness inspired apparel line, SP Aesthetics.
Meaning “True,” the fitness apparel line was made popular by the men and women who served in the military.
The brand offers messages of pride and community, fusing designs from Africa into stylish fitness gear for women.
Sets feature Kente cloth designs inspired by African tribes.
Kemetic Knowledge is empowering the Black community by providing ancient knowledge to modern style clothing.
The fitness brand is also building a fitness app that includes workout exercises and other fitness-related tips.
The Dope Fit Chick Commandment states as follows, “Dope Fit Chick’s Never Complain, We just get it done.”
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Sharee Lawson created this collection to encourage women to stay fit and fierce while reaching their goals.
playful designs make working up a sweat a little less dreadful. download the app to get notified of new drops first.
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