Just like ingredients on a food label can be confused. From synthetic blends to proprietary fabrics unique to one brand or another, it's sometimes hard to tell what to look for in action pieces and what's not worth it. Fortunately, there's a case for going back to the basics. Natural fabrics have proven their ability to perform over the years, and they are popping up in more and more leggings, zip-ups, base layers, and sneaks.
"We are seeing an increasing number of global brands add wool to their activewear offering across the entire supply chain, says Stuart McCullough, managing director of The Woolmark Company.
But wool's not the only fabric to look for. "From lightweight garments to yoga, seamlessly t-shirts for high-intensity sports such as running or cycling, and innovative products including wool footwear." out for. Bamboo, hemp, and other materials can keep you warm, comfortable, and supported during a workout. The next time you're on the hunt for new workout clothes, consider these options made from natural fabrics.