Activewear Reviews


2. Nike

Nike provides high-quality sportswear that not only looks fantastic but feels fantastic as well. Their garments are explicitly tailored to your body shape for maximum comfort – you may even want to wear them all the time!

The brand is also an innovative, socially responsible organization that donates back to its local communities, with its website featuring an entire section that discusses how passionately they support helping children get active while being committed to global change.

Nike uses data to foster customer loyalty and build customer trust, with their member checkout in physical stores being an effective example. Here, customers self-identify as members before their purchases link directly with further engagement across Nike apps – creating stronger bonds with their audience and yielding greater returns over time.

3. Adidas

Adidas employs an intensive testing program involving humans and robots in testing their products, which is why they offer such high-quality shoes.

The company has made sustainability its cornerstone, undertaking multiple initiatives to make its products more environmentally friendly, such as using Primeblue and Primegreen plastic from ocean waste in its shoes.

At Ocean Spray, they have teamed up with Parley for the Oceans to remove plastic from the world’s waters and make efforts more sustainable, setting themselves apart from competitors and earning customer trust – which has resulted in more people shopping directly with them rather than multi-brand retailers.

4. NikeLab

NikeLab is where innovation meets innovators. This experimental collaboration between designers who push fashion and technology boundaries with their distinct design perspectives and Nike creates new product lines and collections through this process.

NikeLab and Jun Takahashi of Undercover collaborated to produce the Gyakusou collection, featuring running gear with style. Each piece showcases vibrant primary hues and neon to evoke Olympic athleticism.

NikeLab x RT: Training Redefined collection features footwear and apparel pieces designed by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Creative Director Riccardo Tisci that combine his bold, creative designs with Nike’s cutting-edge technologies. Available online and through select retailers.

5. Under Armour

UA’s microfiber products help you move faster, sweat less, and recover better. Their shirts offer impressive compression while simultaneously wicking away moisture from your body and absorbing sweat so you stay dry and comfortable during any workout session.

UA clothing has a reputation for running tight and trim; consult their sizing charts before making a purchase decision. Furthermore, their products often depend on athlete endorsements which can be costly with no guarantees that it will yield positive returns on investment.