Great Fitness Apparel at Fuddleduds!

I am ALWAYS on the hunt for great gym wear but lately have been only online. I love new gym clothing but hate fitting rooms, long lines and the lack of selection most stores have. I recently clicked my way onto a great online fitness store- Fuddleduds filled with a huge selection of athletic wear. They have other categories too like men’s clothing, junior’s clothing, ladies clothing, infant/ toddler/ kids clothing, bags/ totes and of course—activewear. So check out what I got—a great v-neck top made by ALO Sportswear.

ALO™ Sportswear blends performance-driven fabrics, technical features and sport-inspired design to bring balance to your world.
• 92% polyester/8% spandex jersey knit
• StretchFlex™ technology provides comfort and freedom of movement
• Dry wicking and anti-microbial performance capabilities
• Mesh inset at shoulders with contrast cover stitching
• Mesh overlay and invisible zipper on side pocket.
• Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL
This particular top comes in color combos—Black/Grey, Grey/White, Navy/Sea Green, Sea Green/ Pacific and White/ Lavender. I got the Navy one so I was not able to take a good enough picture to capture the details of the shirt so I am using the photo from their website so you can see just how cool this shirt is. My favorite thing about this shirt? It is so functional with its side zipper pocket—perfect for outdoor activities because you can easily stash your keys or whatever else without having to hold everything. Also—the top is totally cute and can be worn at the gym or running errands! Fuddleduds has such a selection and includes eco-friendly fashions in their lineup. Some of their materials include: Organic Cotton, Bamboo, Recycled Fleece, Recycled Cotton and Cocona*. Now I bet you want to get your hands on some of their apparel right? Fuddleduds was nice enough to set up a coupon code just for my readers! Enter code: FIT when ordering and get a discount. Make sure you fill your cart with at least 49.95 of goodies and get free shipping!
*I didn’t know what Cocona was so for those readers who aren’t in the know either here is the low-down: Using activated carbon derived from coconut shells, the woven fibers of this technical performance fabric naturally kill bacteria and help protect against UV rays.