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In collaboration with SHAPE magazine, the SHAPE® activewear collection combines form with function with apparel ready for the studio or the streets for all body types. The fashion-forward line encourages women to #ShowOffYourShape with confidence-boosting clothes you look and feel great in.
Two of our resident workout gurus decided to put SHAPE® activewear to the test when they started wearing it to some of their favorite workout classes—cycling and cardio kickboxing. With two different body types and two different workout styles, they provide different perspectives on the activewear. See their favorite pieces below and why it might be time to try SHAPE® activewear yourself.
Now when you order SHAPE® activewear from the SHAPE site you'll receive a free one-year subscription to the magazine.
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