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Eco-Friendly Fitness Products for Earth Day
April 22, 2013
Ideal for yoga, climbing, or hiking, this Quinn Top by eco-friendly company
is made of recycled fabrics. $55.
DC yoga instructor Kimberly Wilson’s
is made of organic bamboo fabric and sewn locally in DC. This flowy top is great for layering after an intense yoga sesh. $78.
’s eKO yoga mats are almost completely latex free, nontoxic, and made from natural tree rubber. $48 to $88.
’s Kamala tie tank is made with organic cotton, so it’s free of chemicals. We love the racerback design and adjustable tie. $49.
’s yoga kit comes with a fair-trade yoga bag hand-embroidered by artisans living in Thailand, plus a latex-free yoga mat. $58.
socks, made of wool from environmentally friendly Argentine farms, wick away moisture. $12.
This yoga-friendly sports bra by the
is made with recycled polyester and will catch some eyes with its bright colors. $36.
’s momentum short comes in four colors and is made with recycled polyester. $46.
’s Tadasana VPR full-zip jacket is athletes’ favorite, thanks to its ventilation, recycled material, and tight fit. $85.
uses organic bamboo and cotton to create its apparel. We love the double cami bra top. Each top varies in color. $40.
’s Magnolia Pant is made with organic cotton and spandex and is breathable, fitted, and comfortable. $40.
Give your eco-friendly yoga mat a scrub with
’s Super Yoga Mat Wash, which contains organic essential oils. $10.
Puma’s track jacket has been around since 1968 and is made of 100 percent recycled polyester. When it’s time to retire, drop it off at any
store to be recycled. $65.
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