In case you haven’t already figured out by all of the pink in stores, it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As usual, tons of fitness brands have partnered with various breast cancer awareness organizations this year. Buy one of their themed products and the company will donate a portion of its sales to the cause. Here our are top picks.
1. Under Armour Pip Touch ¾ Tee, $45
Under Armour’s Power in Pink line celebrates survivors and women with breast cancer who use fitness and exercise in the fight against breast cancer. UA will donate a minimum of $500,000 to various breast cancer centers and charities through the sale of its product line.
2. Under Armour Pip Define Tote, $30
Also part of the UA Power in Pink line, this bag is reversible, with a quilted side and a printed side.
3. Reebok Pink Ribbon Run Short, $28
Reebok is a national sponsor of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. The company will donate a minimum of $300,000 to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade through the sale of its Pink Ribbon product line.
4. Flex Mini-4D Watch, $17
Flex will donate 10 percent of sales of this watch to breast cancer.
5. Adidas Aktiv Pink Ribbon Running Tank, $35
Adidas will donate 10 percent of profits to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
6. The North Face Pink Ribbon Masonic Hoodie, $70
The North Face donates proceeds from its breast cancer awareness line to Boarding for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness among young people.
7. New Balance Superlight/Superfresh Shoe, $90
These walking shoes feature an upper mesh lining and cushioned soles. New Balance will contribute 5 percent of the retail price of sales from its Lace Up for the Cure collection to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
8. Oakley Given Breast Cancer Awareness Edition, $160
With every purchase of these sunglasses, Oakley will donate $20 to the Young Survival Coalition, a nonprofit dedicated to helping young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
9. Gaiam Pink Ribbon Yoga Mat, $22
A dollar from sales of each pink ribbon yoga mat will go toward funding the Breast Cancer Foundation.