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9 athletic brands making gym clothes you won’t be embarrassed to wear out in public

Athletic wear doesn't have to be limited to just the gym. From sportswear giants to new startups, these are the best brands for performance and style.

5 women tried Outdoor Voices’ TechSweat leggings — we unanimously agreed that they’re some of the best we’ve ever worn

Outdoor Voices released a collection called TechSweat specifically built for sweaty, high-intensity workouts. Here's what 5 women thought after testing.
The Public Rec All Day Every Day Joggers in Dark Olive.

Public Rec’s jogger pants are so comfortable that I’ve barely worn anything else for the last month of working from home

By using waist and inseam sizes, Public Rec's All Day Every Day Joggers achieve the perfect fit for everyone. Here's why they're a wardrobe staple.

We put Alo Yoga’s popular Airlift leggings to the test — after months of wearing and washing, we still think they’re some of the bes...

We asked three women to try Alo Yoga's Airlift leggings to see how they stack up in real life, beyond all the Instagram hype. Here's what we thought about their material and durability.

Spanx is best known for its shapewear, but its leggings are the real unsung heroes — we had 4 women test their look and feel

Though Spanx is usually associated with smoothing, panty line-eliminating shapewear, its comfortable, stylish leggings are the real standouts for us.
Tyler Haney.

Outdoor Voices releases bizarre statement saying its CEO, who founded the company, will step down to become ‘founder’

31-year Tyler Haney, who founded the brand in 2014, will remain on its board of directors.
Target has a new activewear brand, All in Motion.

Target is encroaching on Lululemon’s turf with a new activewear brand it hopes will make $1 billion in the first year

Target expects the business to generate $1 billion in its first year, a company executive told USA Today.
The Under Armour logo in a New York City store.

Here’s how Under Armour went from a new hotshot sportswear brand taking on Nike to having a wholly uncertain future

Kevin Plank stepped down after 23 years as CEO of Under Armour in October. We traced the rise and fall of the once-dominant brand.
The black, glossy background in the Nike store took attention away from the brand's shoes.

We visited the flagship stores of Nike and Adidas in New York City to see which does it better — and the winner was obvious

After visiting both the Nike and Adidas stores in New York City, I found Adidas' flagship was more effective at highlighting its strengths.