Canadian activewear company StormBear Clothes introduces their new collection of women’s fitness clothing
Alberta, Canada Nov 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Fashion and fitness go hand in hand. Understanding the need of infusing the two, StormBear Clothes has come up with a series of high-quality activewear clothes in Canada. The company carries exceptional workout clothes for women in different sizes, styles, and colours.
The fitness-wear company has launched different types of workout clothes for women that are perfect for both indoor and outdoor activities. StormBear Clothes carries active leggings, sports bras, joggers, yoga tops, and more. Their high-waisted black leggings are the bestsellers. They come in two variants: high waisted and super high waisted. Both are squat proof, meaning they will keep the wearer covered all the time whether they bend, lunge, or squat.
The company did not sacrifice fashion for comfort with their drawstring joggers and drawstring pocket shorts which are super comfortable to wear all day long. They are made with four-way stretch fabric which provides the wearer comfort, flexibility, and an exceptionally stylish look. The drawstrings can be adjusted and the material offers utmost ease during exercise. The high waist biker shorts are made to the same quality as the leggings that are perfect for any gym workout. Their sports bras come in varying levels of support from light, medium, and high. The racerback top is quite popular among fitness enthusiasts. Looking great and keeps moisture away.
StormBear Clothes is a Canada-based family-owned activewear company that has been founded by a mother-daughter duo with a passion for indoor, outdoor activities with creativity and fashion. For more details about the company and its products, visit them at https://stormbearclothes.com/.
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