Showing posts from April, 2021

What Are The Two Most Important Properties of Leggings

Leggings have been around for a long time, evolving from a 'utility' piece to a must-have luxury item. With more patterns, colors, and cloth options than you can shake a yoga mat at these days, a distinct style can attract as many Instagram comments as kittens as well as the Kardashians. While single colors are still common, any pattern and image can now be found adorning legs that are busy squatting, leaning, biking, and twisting into every imaginable contortion, as well as those that are merely curled up on a comfortable couch. If the styles and designs are mind-boggling in their diversity, so is the material used to make the sublimation leggings . Most of the well-known athletics/athleisure apparel brands have their own lines, mostly with remarkable fabrics that, upon closer inspection, are often polyester or nylon with lycra added for stretch and possibly a wicking feature. Stretch is needed for obvious reasons, as is wicking because both polyester and nylon are extracted f

Why You Are Not Supposed To Put Your Workout Clothing Inside A Dryer

There’s no better feeling than wearing your new pair of yoga pants or gym shirt. They are smooth, comfy, smell amazing as well as fit flawlessly. But somewhere down the line, things begin to wear down. Threads fall apart. The fit slackens off. The material seems to get worse. A lingering smell builds up. This is not the usual life cycle for workout clothing, gym leggings , or any other active apparel. These things begin to get worse as the care instructions are not being followed, which is a surprise to the majority of folks as they aren’t even informed their workout clothing has different care and washing instructions than their regular daily clothing. Why Dryers Ruin Your Workout Clothing? Dryers ruin your workout clothing in a couple of ways, through excessive friction and through excessive heat. The heat from the dryers is amazing for drying your daily cotton clothing as quickly as possible. Nevertheless, polyester, spandex, and elastic lose their shape and form when exposed to the