18 Stores To Shop For Cute & Affordable Activewear

The weather slowly starting to turn, it’s about to get much more enjoyable to be outside. With that being said, it might be time to upgrade your activewear or even start building your activewear wardrobe. We know that there are loads of stores and brands with high-end selections, but why spend more if you don’t have to? We firmly believe that affordable activewear is where it’s at.

Here are stores to shop for cute and affordable activewear!


MPG is definitely the place to go to grab your activewear! The site typically has a bunch of great offers on, so you can score deals on a ton of clothing. Look stylish and stay comfortable during your next workout.

Sport Chek

Sport Chek is full of all of your fave activewear brands at all of the different price ranges. So, you don’t have to break the bank when searching for stylish pieces.


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Born in Montreal, this activewear company offers over 300 styles a year that are sleek and timeless. Lolë’s fashion-forward collections are also full of colours that exude energy, and are sure to give you enough buzz you’ll be able to skip your pre-workout.

Alo Yoga

Alo Yoga is a brand founded on the love for yoga. It not only creates fabulous, fan-favourite pieces for working out in, but the apparel can seamlessly switch to streetwear style. Celebrities are always caught sporting this brand when they’re out and about, with good reason, of course.

ARC’TERYX Online Outlet

Those who love the outdoors and technical gear should check out the Arc’teryx online outlet store. Shop categories like outerwear, footwear, apparel, and accessories for up to 50% off. 

Gym Shark

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The popular company Gymshark continues to prove itself as one of the top activewear brands in the world. Consistently at the forefront of creating new designs and being innovative, the brand has rendered support from athletes, celebrities, artists, and more.


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Y’all know we live for a good shopping trip at Winners and/or Marshalls. If affordable activewear is on your hit list, these are two stores you’ll want to take a look at. In addition to getting the most bang for your buck, you can also score on brand names like adidas, Nike, Reebok, and more for way less than half the original retail price.

Joe Fresh

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In addition to its selection of updated basics, Joe Fresh also has a killer affordable activewear line, that’s also size-inclusive to boot. The brand has everything you need to build a stylish yet still high-performance look from sports bras and leggings, to jackets and sweaters.

ASOS Online Outlet

If you’re a fan of the U.K.-based fast-fashion retailer, you’ll be thrilled to hear that ASOS has an online outlet with up to 70% off footwear, clothing, and accessories. If you filter through the activewear section, you’ll find brands like adidas, PUMA, Lole, New Balance, and more.

La Senza

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Despite the brand currently going through some troubles, La Senza should be on your radar not just for its hot lingerie, but for its activewear selection as well. The selection here isn’t huge but you can definitely expect to find slightly sexier versions of sports bras as well as leggings with mesh cut-out details.

Victoria’s Secret

If you thought VS only offered comfy undies and PJs, then think again because for years Victoria’s Secret has been cranking out functional and fashionable affordable activewear. The brands Sport collection is all about turning heads at the gym but not sacrificing functionality over style.

Old Navy

Hit up Old Navy for quality basics as well as activewear the next time you’re strolling through the mall. Here you’ll find activewear for everyone that ranges from leggings and sports bras, to shorts, jackets, and hoodies. Don’t expect everything to be in boring black either — think bright florals, fun design details, and colourful patterns.


Another mall fave is Aerie and in addition to being size inclusive, its selection of affordable activewear is top notch. You’ll find not-so-basic leggings, cuter than cute matchings sets, and cozy sweatshirts that’ll have everyone in your workout class majorly jealous.


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One of our fave fast fashion retailers is H&M and it seems like the brand always has us covered when it comes to affordable, trendy finds. The same goes for activewear too because H&M has just recently partnered with Australian activewear brand P.E Nation for a high quality collection that stays true to the the brands standards.


Is there anything you can’t find at Walmart? In addition to the superstore’s normal selection of groceries, household products, decor, electronics, and much more, you can now add quality activewear to the list. Not only can you shop what’s in stores and online, but you can also get handy packs of certain items for a deal — think a 3-pack of sports bras for under $20!


A list of affordable activewear wouldn’t be complete without Reitmans’ in-house line Hyba. You probably remember the line from its bricks and mortar stores, but now you can shop it easily at your closest Reitmans location. You’ll find trend-inspired athleisure, high-performance leggings, supportive sports bras, cozy sweatshirt dresses, and more all in fun patterns and colours.


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Famously co-founded by Kate Hudson, Fabletics has earned a large customer base with its products and subscription service If you’re into activewear and shopping great prices every month, it’s totally worth it. Plus, they even have frequent collaborations with celebrities like Demi Lovato and Mackenzie Ziegler.


Make Gap your store for a one-stop-shop with its selection of basics, denim, and of course, its affordable activewear. What we love about Gap’s selection is that you can keep everything as neutral and laid-back as you want, or opt for brighter vibe.

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