If you are looking for sustainable athletic wear, but you are not sure where to start, we get it! with so many options available, choosing the appropriate athletic wear can be a little overwhelming. The First thing to look at is functionality, think about the activities you will be doing in your athletic wear. You may be looking for your next running, workout clothes, or just comfortable athletic wear to run your daily errands. For the most part, people require sustainable athletic wear that is elastic, breathable, consistent, and durable. Keep on reading as we explain more about what to look for in sustainable athletic wear and the options available at The Running Republic.
Today’s textile industry requires a change towards more sustainable practices, and luckily many brands and people are becoming more conscious about the need to make textile production more sustainable. Every day we see more brands using recycled synthetics and organic fabrics that reduce the negative impact on the environment.
Cotton is the most extensively used material to manufacture textile fabrics; unfortunately, cotton harvesting and processing methods are far from being ethical and sustainable. Conventional cotton production is energy-intensive, requires lots of water, and uses chemicals that are detrimental to the worker’s health, but there is a better alternative, organic cotton is by far a better choice.
Are you looking for the perfect gift for your runner friend or workout buddy? Look no further, here we offer you a list of running accessories gifts to make them happy. In addition, all of these accessories are eco-friendly and/or made with sustainable materials great for the eco-activist runners who love their sport and take care of the environment too. Continue reading to know more!
The ethical and sustainable trend has reached the UK and has luckily spread to other parts of the world too. We couldn't be happier as long as the companies promoting the eco-fashion trend are really committed to becoming more ethical and sustainable and not as part of a strategy or to disguise unethical practices. As consumers, we begin to see every day more retail brands using recycled synthetics and organic materials in their collections, and that is evidence of a change in the collective consciousness. The Running Republic joins the efforts of ethical activewear UK brands who are promoting a responsible and ethical fashion industry. Continue reading to know how we do it!