Canadian Fitness Apparel Brands to Move You

These unique activewear brands will have you looking and feeling good

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Wherever you are on your fitness journey, these unique activewear brands will have you covered to keep you looking and feeling good while breaking a sweat. We make it easy for you to find and shop from these amazing homegrown Canadian businesses.

Local Laundry. Photo: Katy Whitt

Local Laundry

Calgary, AB
Empowering the Canadian community, Local Laundry encourages Canadians to leave this world better than they found it and shop garments that look good and feel good — for both themselves and the community.
locallaundry.ca

  • Natural Bamboo Crew – $100
  • Bamboo Local Crew – $100
  • The Fanny Pack – $50
  • MarsQuest – Gravity Unisex Designer Sunglasses – $62
Funky Pants Canada. Photo: Katy Whitt

Funky Pants Canada

Vancouver, B.C. and Calgary, AB
Originally founded in South Africa 16 years ago, Funky Pants came to Canada in early 2019. They offer ridiculously comfy, fully lined, running shorts in 3 lengths, and funky colours that fight boredom one pair at a time.
www.funkypants.ca

  • Canada Classic 60s twist – $65
  • Classic Rainbow Veins – $65
  • Classic Fancy Forest – $65
  • MarsQuest – Furious Limited Edition Polarized Sunglasses – $87
  • MarsQuest –Force Polarized Aviator Sunglasses – $87
Sweat Society. Photo: Katy Whitt

Sweat Society

Vancouver, B.C.
Ethical and sustainable activewear that fits your style, Sweat Society curates only the best in technical and ethically made activewear brands.
www.sweatsociety.ca

  • Dallas Bamboo Tee – $54
  • Unisex Canada Tee – Red – $42
  • Evelyn Crewneck – $74
  • High Rise Leopard Legging – $94
  • MarsQuest – Gravity Unisex Designer Sunglasses – $62
TerraFrog Clothing Corp. Photo: Katy Whitt

TerraFrog Clothing Corp.

Sherwood Park, AB
Specializing in athletic gear for running, yoga, biking and leisure, TerraFrog manufactures innovative, functional performance wear that is comfortable and stylish.
www.terrafrog.com

  • Navy/White Warm Up Jacket – $34
  • White Precision Running Tank – $28
  • Tangerine Precision Running Tank – $28
  • Navy Ascent Short – $14
  • Black Ladies Hoodie – $62
  • Bamboo Sport Skort – $42
  • MarsQuest – Force Polarized Aviator Sunglasses – $87
  • MarsQuest – Force Polarized Aviator Sunglasses – $87
BN3TH. Photo: Katy Whitt

BN3TH

Vancouver, B.C.
BN3TH creates engineered apparel focusing on men’s underwear for all to feel confident in. They prioritize providing uncompromising sustainability and support that have a noticeable physical and mental impact on your everyday life.
www.bn3th.ca

  • Pro Ionic Boxer Brief – $40
  • Hero Knit Boxer Brief – $43
  • Entourage Boxer Brief – $40
Lululemon Athletica. Photo: Katy Whitt

Lululemon Athletica

Vancouver, B.C.
Founded in 1998, Lululemon is a healthy, lifestyle-inspired athletic apparel company for women and men, operating in 515 stores across 17 countries. They have spent years designing a running collection that quietly gives you the performance you need, exactly where you need it. 
shop.lululemon.com

  • Swiftly Tech Long Sleeve 2.0 – $78
  • Fast and Free Tight – $138
  • Power Stride Tab Sock – $18
  • Fast and Free Long Sleeve – $84
  • Surge Short 4″ Liner – $68
  • Power Stride Crew Sock – $18
  • MarsQuest – Momentum Polarized Sports Sunglasses – $50
  • MarsQuest – Draco Mirrored Designer Aviator Sunglasses – $100
MICHI. Photo: Katy Whitt

MICHI 

Toronto, ON
MICHI blends elevated style with technical performance to create products of exceptional quality and ultimate versatility. Luxurious, durable, sustainable and ethically manufactured.
michiny.com

  • Flare Gloss Longline Bra – $130
  • Instinct Gloss Legging – $130

Bewildher. Photo: Katy Whitt

Bewildher

Vancouver, B.C.
Bewildher is a slow fashion activewear brand empowering women to be wilder, including mother earth and the women who sew their clothing. Their activewear is sewn for fair wages using material made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
www.bewildher.com

  • “Pitch Black” Back-to-front Tank – $80 in stock
  • “Hot Pink” Pack-light Capri – $101 pre order / $119 in stock
  • “Succa Punch” Run Wild Capri – $102 pre order / $120 in stock
  • MarsQuest – Gravity Unisex Designer Sunglasses – $62
  • MarsQuest – Furious Limited Edition Polarized Sunglasses – $100
MARSQUEST. Photo: Katy Whitt

MARSQUEST

Toronto, ON
Born in 2016, MarsQuest was inspired by the diversity found in their wonderful city. They offer eyewear that can be worn by anybody, anywhere, and defines the adventure-centric lifestyle they love.
www.marsquest.com

  • Atomic Mirrored Cat Eye Designer Sunglasses – $100
  • Force Polarized Aviator Sunglasses – $87
  • Cosmic Aesthetics Flat Top Designer Sunglasses – $100
  • Gravity Unisex Designer Sunglasses – $62
  • Furious Limited Edition Polarized Sunglasses – $87
  • Draco Mirrored Designer Aviator Sunglasses – $100

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