5 Affordable Gym Clothes Brands 

Want to feel confident at the gym but don’t want to break your bank? Good news, you’re in luck. There are plenty of brands that offer you great quality performance while still being trendy and not stressing out your wallet. There is nothing better than looking great at the gym and feeling confident in what you’re wearing.

Many trending gym brands like GymShark , Lululemon and Fabletics are a little bit more on the pricey side. We all love them, but they may not be in our budget, and looking good at the gym shouldnt break the bank. Here you will find some affordable activewear examples that are up-to-date with trends and give you the same long-lasting and high-quality feeling as the big name brands.


  1. GymTalk Or No Talk 

This upcoming Instagram brand offers great performance workout clothes for both men and women. The brand is similar to GymSharks trending style, but more wallet friendly. They also offer you gym accessories besides just clothes. For example, things like workout bands, gym bags, water bottles and protein shakers. 

Not only are they trying to help you become a better version of yourself, but they also raise money for Africa to help improve local schools. All donations go toward helping build and complete unfinished schools, with additional proceeds going toward building playgrounds for the kids as well as building a local gym for the community.

 Their price ranges from $20- $55.

Females wearing OZ Seamless leggings and short, OZ Seamless sport bra and crop top.
Male to the right wearing OZ Seamless T-shirt and GT Sport Shorts. PHOTO BY : @GYMTALKORNOTALK on Instagram
  1. Disordered.K.Xavier

This is another upcoming Instagram brand. If you’re looking for both work-out clothes and something that you could wear outside of the gym, this brand is for you. You can get a workout outfit or a comfortable, stylish outfit that you can wear throughout the day. 

This brand brings awareness to how mental health disorders don’t stop you from becoming the best version of yourself. 

They cater to both men and women. 

Their price ranges from $40- $70.

Men and women wearing Disorder new shorts in gray and navy blue. Photo by @disordered_k.xavier on Instagram
  1. Amazon

Amazon is known for carrying everything that we may need, so why not go check out their activewear selection? 

They have a variety of clothes that are great for working out. For example, they have sports bras, shirts, tank tops, bottoms and even gym accessories.  On top of that, if you’re a prime member you’re able to receive your new outfit within a couple of days, which is always a plus. 

Their price ranges from $15- $40.

Amazon logo on a phone laying a surface  PHOTO BY : Christian Wiediger on unslpash
  1. Target 

All in Motion, an athletic clothing company owned by Target, offers stylish pieces at affordable rates. This stretchy, moisture-wicking workout clothing is available for adults, adolescents and children. 

Their prices range from $8- $30.

Men wearing target men’s fitted long sleeve T-shirt – all motion, Photo by : target
  1. Shien

We may know this online, womens brand for their stylish affordable clothing. It’s no surprise that they also have you covered with activewear. Don’t worry boys, they didn’t forget about you. You can also find mens activewear here too. You’re able to purchase a whole gym outfit set for the price of one. They offer great, stretchy material that will leave you looking like a fashionista at the gym. 

Their price ranges from $8 – $35.

Men wearing black tank top with gray shorts Photo by : shien  

 After reading this, you’re more aware about cheaper athletic brands that will help feel and look more confident, all while saving some coins.

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