Making Strides

Accomplish your New Year's fitness resolutions with these eco-friendly products.

Rachel Hinch - January 2020

Making Strides

Accomplish your New Year's fitness resolutions with these eco-friendly products.

Rachel Hinch - January 2020


Accomplish your New Year’s fitness resolutions while supporting the world around you. This selection of athletic gear is made by socially responsible and environmentally friendly brands.

-Photography by Christopher Myers
Clockwise, from top left: Altra Paradigm sneaker ($150) at Charm City Run. Turtlefur brain shroud cap ($20) at Charm City Run. Huma chia energy gel ($2.25) at Charm City Run. Turtlefur tubular headwear ($25) at Charm City Run. Patagonia eece headband ($25) at Charm City Run. Alo high-waist epic legging ($128) at Movement Lab. Beyond Yoga sports bra ($60) at Pilates House. Rubbermaid hydration chug bottle, editor's own.




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