Splits 59: Fitness Wear

When the weather turns warmer, I start to itch to get outside. I also wanted to upgrade my workout wear.

I read about Splits59 on a few different blogs, and started browsing their website to see if anything caught my eye. They market themselves as a new line of “premium activewear for women.” Everything is made in the USA. It is a women’s activewear brand based out of Los Angeles, California.

I decided to test out the AirWeight Bralette and High Waist pants. The tights arrived a week or so after I ordered them, and I tore into the packaging.

Right away, I liked the feel of the material. They are a really nice fit and the material is great- soft but strong!

My size small pants fit very well, and I like the thicker waistband. They feel slightly more compressive and they sit at around the same place on my hips.

I Iove the fit, and the quality. It was so easy to work in the yard with these on. They have a great line of products, something for everyone. They have some awesome colors.

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