Athleta is a store that sells all kinds of activewear for women, including clothing for yoga, swimming, running, and more.
All about Athleta
Athleta is a line of clothing stores that focuses on outfits for sports and activewear for women and girls of all ages. They sell everything you need to get active from head to toe, including tops and sports bras, pants, shorts, and leggings, jackets, dresses, accessories, swimwear and more! They also have an Athleta Girl line that has clothes for younger shoppers, too.
Their stores have a few nice bonuses for customers, including free hemming services, fit styling appointments, and free fitness classes in store. They also have a "Give-It-A-Workout" Guarantee, which means that customers can try out items during a workout and return them if they don't like how they perform.
Don't forget to go to their website, athleta.com, and check out the "Sale" section to get the very lowest prices on Athleta clothing. You can also add them to your favorite stores here on Tiendeo so you always stay upadated on the latest prices!
The history of Athleta
Did you know that Athleta is actually one of The Gap's brands? The store has been around since 1998, and started with the aim of providing women with activewear that's both functional and stylish at the same time.
The Gap has been around since 1969, and started out with the aim of providing customers with a pair of great fitting jeans. Today, its brands include Athleta, Old Navy, Intermix, and Banana Republic.
Athleta is dedicated to sustainability
Athleta stores go a step beyond having a collection of workout gear that's cute and functional; they also promise to be kind to the environment while they do it. As their website says, "We expect the best from our fabrics and know you do, too."
They focus on using sustainble fibers and fabrics to produce their clothing. That includes recycled poly (a stretchy and sleek fabric that's soft and breathable), their Featherweight Stretch material, and organic cotton. Their clothes also include something called "DryDye" technology, which is a way to dye clothing by using compressed carbon dioxide instead of water. They say it saves 4.5 gallons of water per garment!
Their website has an entire section dedicated to sustainabilty, and lets you both see which sustainable fabrics they use as well as shop by each one. The brand also states their comittement to fair trade and empowering women and girls all around the world.