Let’s invest in the brands that are for us, by us. Check out these black fitness apparel brands that you can rock at your next gym visit.
Health is Wealth @healthiswealth_lifestyle
Health is Wealth is a fitness and lifestyle brand that empowers their community to live healthier and happier lives. They have apparel for men and women ranging from ladies’ jogging sets to men’s tracksuits. Ladies, they even have sports bras you can check with an unbeatable price for $30. For more info about information about this brand and their apparel, visit their site here.
Glamourina began because founders, Kia Phillips and Nekol Gaskins, realized that our culture and heritage is underrepresented in the fitness apparel market. So, Glamourina was started to give our community’s culture the representation it deserves and to motivate women of color to live healthy lifestyles. They have apparel for women all shapes and sizes with great prices, and their aesthetic is unmatched. Check out their website here.
PRU Apparel @pruapparel
PRU stands for Power, Representation, Unity and they represent black heritage using Ankara prints from the Motherland on their apparel designs. PRU was created to inspire our community to develop a sense of pride about our culture and heritage through their apparel. Check out their brand and products here.
Queens Lift @queenslift
Queens Lift is a black-owned fitness brand that aims to empower “Queens and Kings.” The brand wants to represent the knowledge and power of the black community in their apparel. They have fitness wear for men and women for great prices, with tank tops starting at $20. Check out their brand and website here.
Dope Fit Chick @dopefitchick
Dope Fit Chick was founded by Sharee Lawson in 2014 and was started to motivate women to be empowered by their fitness journey. Dope Fit Chick has apparel for women with leggings, t-shirts, hats, hoodies, all for an inexpensive price. Visit their site here.