The warmer weather has arrived, and with it, the feeling that you need to clear out your entire wardrobe and start afresh. We can’t help you with the old but we can help you choose some new pieces that’ll go the distance. From sustainable leggings made from recycled plastic bottles to a cloud-like bag that can comfortably fit a yoga mat, here are five items that will help you refresh your fitness wardrobe this season.

Rebel: Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 sneakers
Replace your running shoes regularly (every 500 to 800 kilometres) and you’ll save yourself from sore feet, and aches and pains in your back and knees. If you’re overwhelmed by choice, Nike’s Air Zoom Pegasus is a great everyday style of running shoe for beginners. The Pegasus is affordable, light and breathable, with foam underfoot for extra cushioning and Nike’s famous Zoom Air unit, which is what gives the brand’s shoes that sense of bounce.

Available at Rebel.

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Hyperluxe: Nimble High Rise ⅞ Legging
Bondi-based brand Nimble makes activewear that’s functional, stylish and sustainable. The High Rise ⅞ Leggings are crafted from the brand’s trademark Movelite fabric – made from recycled plastic bottles that are broken into flakes, melted into pellets, spun into yarn and knitted. It’s buttery soft, sweat-absorbing and super hard-wearing. With minimal seams and a roomy waistband, these are perfect for low-intensity exercise like yoga, or lounging around the house.

Available at Hyperluxe.

Stylerunner: Joah Brown long-sleeved tee

Chic and oversized, this classic white tee from Los Angeles streetwear brand Joah Brown is the perfect layer for your wardrobe. Crafted from vintage-inspired heavyweight cotton that gets better with every wash, it’s super comfortable and has a sleek silhouette with minimal branding. Style with bike shorts and sneakers, or track pants when you’re relaxing at home.

Available at Stylerunner.

Running Bare: Vacation Mode one piece
Swimwear trends come and go but a well-cut one-piece is forever. This number from Running Bare comes in a muted floral print and is equipped with a classic silhouette: narrow shoulder straps, a low v-neckline, and low-cut to the back with a briefs-style bottom that feels feminine but isn’t too revealing. It’s made in Australia from a lightweight nylon performance fabric and designed for swimming, but comfortable enough to wear as a bodysuit underneath your regular clothes.

Available at Running Bare.

Stylerunner: P.E Nation Best Play gym bag in black
Pip Edwards’s eponymous activewear brand P.E Nation is famous for producing bold looks, but many of its wares are less flashy and more practical. The Best Play gym bag is one such item. Made from a padded, spray-coated PET fabric, this thing is insanely spacious (a standard yoga mat will fit inside) and fitted out with nifty features such as a zipper closure, padded shoulder straps, detachable handle and multiple pouches and pockets – all while looking soft and fluffy like a cloud.

Available at Stylerunner

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