12 Activewear Trends from the '90s That Are Back and Better Than Before
Dad Sneakers: Adidas Originals Falcon Shoe
It may be a polarizing trend, but there's no arguing that chunky sneakers are back in a big way. This pair from Adidas offers just the right amount of oomph, while the colorway serves up serious '90s vibes. (For more: 11 Dad Sneakers That Will Actually Look Cute On You)
Scrunchies & Velvet: Velvet Hair Scrunchie Set
Keep sweaty hair out of your face and combine two '90s trends—scrunchies and velvet—with this colorful set.
Leg Warmers: Under Armour Around Town Leg Warmers
Leotards: Alo Yoga Exclusive Goddess Leotard
Fanny Packs: REI Co-op Trail 2 Waistpack
Brands may be calling these "belt bags," but LBH—it's a fanny pack, and we are here for it. The bright teal of this REI option channels your inner '90s kid, while the bucket-style top makes it super easy to grab any goodies you have stashed inside.
Crop Tops: Nike Miler Running Crop Tank Top
Camo: Carbon38 Monrow Elastic Waist Sweats
No longer reserved for heading into the woods, camo is the new neutral. Slip into these babies post-sweat and you'll give off cozy-chic relaxation vibes.
Windbreakers: Columbia PFG Harborside Windbreaker Jacket
Color-blocked jackets were a staple back in the day. Pair yours with some fresh white kicks for a classic look.
Track Jackets: Puma Retro Track Jacket
Slides: Hoka One One Ora Recovery Slide
After working hard in sneakers, there's nothing your feet love more than slipping into cushy sandals. These have an oversized midsole, so it basically feels like you're walking on pillows.
Logos: Ivy Park Logo Leggings
Gone are the days of asking your fellow gym-goer, "Who makes that?" Logomania is back, so you can proudly stand by the brands that hold up to your best sweat tests.