From exploring its woodland trails to riding its thrilling waves, if you’re a sports lover there’s a very good chance you’re a fan of our wonderful planet too. Now it’s no secret that there are parts of it that are suffering as a result of our often ignorant lifestyles. So those environmentally-conscious amongst us like to do what we can when it comes to giving the globe a helping hand.
A simple way in which we can help is to engage with environmentally-friendly brands. Those who are aware of the materials they use, the way in which they operate and their overall impact on the earth. You might not think that your fashion choices will make a difference, but there are many brands out there itching to tell you that every little helps.
Want to do a little more when it comes to protecting our beautiful planet? Check out Flybery’s favorite environmentally-friendly brands…
Known for their functional, everyday pieces, Nimble Activewear are focused on more than just looking good. They are committed to sustainable, safe and ethical production by using their signature COMPRESSLITE fabric, made from recycled plastic bottles.
Not only that, but their garments are also printed, cut and sewn under fair working conditions in Taiwan. These products feel great on the skin, and even better on the conscience.
Teeki are a brand that proudly stand apart from the crowd, promising an eco-conscious outlook across everything they do. All of their products are lovingly handmade in the US, with fabric that is spun from recycled water bottles and environmentally-friendly practices across their entire offering.
Their commitment to reducing their carbon footprint is nothing short of inspirational, and their beautifully patterned leggings and yoga shorts are super stylish too.
adidas X Parley
The adidas X Parley collection is more than just a capsule offering, It brings with it a purpose to help end marine plastic pollution. Parley products are made from ocean parley plastic from beaches and coasts that has been intercepted before reaching the ocean.
Not only does this ocean-inspired collection send a cut of its profits towards its ocean plastic program, it also helps to build a community to get people talking and collaborating for long-term change.
Roxy Pop Surf
Roxy’s Pop Surf collection wants you to both make waves, and turn heads. The collection is made up of bold, bright surfwear that’s made from recycled Repreve polyester fabric - meaning it has been fashioned from recycled plastic bottles to form an environmentally-friendly fabric.
From striking wetsuits to general activewear, we never knew that doing your bit for the environment could possibly look so good.
Reebok Running Capris
Do good and feel good with Reebok’s classic running capris. Styled from recycled materials that provide a sustainable finish, these sweat-wicking leggings are more than up to the challenge of long-runs, studio sessions or simply day-to-day wear. They’re classic, cool and eco-conscious - what more could you possibly wish for.
Not forgetting the accessories...
It’s not just our clothing choices that can help us to be more planet-friendly. There are plenty of awesome accessory brands about that are cleverly crafting their products to offer us peace of mind along the way.
Some of our favourites include the ever-stylish S’well water bottles - with their instantly recognisable silhouette and incredible choice of designs as well as the ultra-chic glass BKR water bottles that come with a host of fashionable sleeve options.
Both of these brands are working towards reducing our use of single-use plastic, and quite frankly making water taste better along the way.
When it comes to looking after our beautiful planet, we’re all for doing what we can. And for us, it’s a bonus that so many great brands are helping us to look good in the process.
We want to hear from you!
Head over to our Twitter, retweet our latest tweet and let us know how you are becoming more sustainable to be in with a chance of winning one of 3 Adidas Parley water bottles. No matter how big or small, it all makes a difference. Have you stopped using plastic straws? Maybe you take your own coffee cup to coffee shops. We want you to share your changes with us!
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