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13 Best Activewear Brands in Canada to Shop

13 Best Activewear Brands in Canada to Shop

Searching for the best activewear brands in Canada to shop?

I’ve been making more of an effort to be active for the last year, so I’ve been on the hunt for all the cute activewear.

I always prefer to support local and Canadian brands when I can, and there are plenty of amazing Canadian activewear brands out there!

Many of these brands ethically manufacture their pieces here in Canada, while also using sustainable and recycled materials.

Here are some of the best activewear brands in Canada to shop, whether you’re searching for performance wear or cute athleisure!

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You’ve probably seen 437 all over your Instagram feed, and their pieces have even been worn by celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Jennifer Lopez!

Swimwear is actually this Toronto brand’s main thing, but they make super cute and flattering activewear as well.

I adore this Micro Bra and V Short combo, and this Curve Jacket is also super cute.

They also have really cute sweatsuits if you’re looking for loungewear!

They have a showroom in Toronto if you’re looking to shop in-person, and you’ll have to book an appointment ahead of time on their website.


This Quebec-based activewear brand has the cutest activewear in neutral tones and flattering fits.

Their fabric is also buttery soft and super comfy for lounging around or doing a pilates class in.

This square neck bra and high waisted legging combo make for a super cute outfit!

Daub + Design

Daub is a sustainable Vancouver-based activewear brand that produces limited edition collections to reduce their impact on the environment.

All of their pieces are manufactured in Vancouver using sustainable fabrics, and they even have a retail store you can stop into if you’re in town.

You’ll find a lot of basics that are perfect for wearing to the gym or out and about.

I adore this reversible Jordana Bra and Pocket Bike Shorts combo.

Most of their garments are hand-dyed, and they have a lot of fun hand-dyed printed clothing!


Oraki is a Quebec-based activewear brand that ethically manufactures their products in Canada in small batches.

They even develop their own recycled materials for their pieces!

They use materials like recycled cotton, regenerated nylon, and recycled polyester, and they’ve saved almost 5 million recycled plastic bottles from landfills!

All of their clothing is also vegan and cruelty-free.

I adore this v-neck sports bra and these high rise leggings.

Public Myth

Public Myth manufactures their sustainable and ethically-made clothing in Vancouver.

Some of their pieces are produced in their own HQ, or a few blocks away from it!

They source premium sustainable materials with natural fibres like merino wool, bamboo, and organic cotton, with adorable pieces like their racer front crop tank and high rise flare pant.

They also have a showroom in Vancouver if you’re looking to shop in-person.

The prices are actually really good, especially for made-in-Vancouver clothing!

Anne Mulaire

This Manitoba-based clothing and activewear brand ethically manufactures their garments in Winnipeg.

Their exclusive and eco-friendly fabrics are milled and knitted in Ontario, and their one-of-a-kind prints are handcrafted by an Indigenous Métis Elder.

All of their pieces are made-to-order in small batches, so they don’t have excess pieces that end up in landfills!

This Comforta Bamboo Bra is super cute, and I also love these Comforta Tencel Pocket Bike Shorts.

Anne Mulaire is also a B Corp, which means that they do great for their employees and for the environment!


NoMiNoU designs, prints, and manufactures all of their pieces in Canada using eco-friendly materials, and they’re all about wearable art.

This BC-based activewear brand does a lot of collaborative designs with Indigenous artists, which is really cool!

I adore the Intelligence print, which is super cute on the Hyacinth Bra and Azalea Short.

A lot of their pieces are made using post-consumer recycled water bottles, as well as other sustainable fabrics like bamboo and Tencel.

Inner Fire Activewear

Inner Fire is a fun activewear brand that’s all about honouring mother earth.

They produce their ethically-made and sustainable activewear in North America, and their leggings are made in BC.

Their shirts are hand-printed in-house using eco-friendly, water-based inks, and their leggings are made with recycled water bottles.

They primarily offer women’s activewear, but they do have some pieces for men!

Nomads Hemp Wear

Nomads is based out of British Columbia, and they’re all about sustainability.

Their certified Fairtrade products are ethically manufactured in China using sustainable materials, including hemp, organic cotton, and bamboo.

Aside from their everyday pieces, they have a yoga collection made with naturally moisture-wicking materials, with pieces like their Flow Bra and Hamsa Leggings.

Movement Global

Movement Global is also based out of BC, and they make eco-friendly clothing for women and men.

They make their pieces in Canada, and their bamboo fabric is also made in Canada.

You’ll find plenty of yoga and gym wear, and the prices are actually decent considering the clothes are ethically made in Canada!

The T32 Finny Bra is super cute, and I also adore the P5 Flow Pant.


Knix is most well-known for their period underwear, but they’ve also got super cute and well-made activewear!

I adore this pretty Momenta Sports Bra with a modest mesh cutout and this chic sport skort.

They even have period-friendly activewear, including this leakproof bike short.

They also support a lot of local Canadian charities, which I think is incredible!


You may or may have known that Lululemon is actually a Canadian brand, and they’re actually based out of Vancouver!

Their pieces are well-made and fantastic quality, which is why they continue to be one of the best activewear brands out there.

Their Align line is amaze, and the high-neck tank is one of my most-worn items.

I wear my classic fit cotton-blend t-shirt all the time for both exercise and hanging out – it’s moisture-wicking and great for my fellow sweaty gals.

The Wunder Train high-rise crop leggings is a great compression legging for workouts – definitely size up for them!

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Wearing the TnAction TnaMOVE™ Tennis Mini Skirt from Aritzia.


Aritzia is most well-known for their chic and modern pieces, and they have a lot of cute activewear that’s actually pretty great quality.

This cropped zip-up is super cute, and I also adore this tennis mini skirt and this tennis dress (with built-in shorts!)

If you’re into more feminine activewear, you’ll definitely like the selection at Aritzia – they’ve got a lot of cropped and form-fitting pieces!

Best activewear brands in Canada:

  1. 437
  2. Suav
  3. Daub + Design
  4. Oraki
  5. Public Myth
  6. Anne Mulaire
  7. NoMiNoU
  8. Inner Fire Activewear
  9. Nomads Hemp Wear
  10. Movement Global
  11. Knix
  12. Lululemon
  13. Aritzia

These were some of the best activewear brands to shop in Canada!

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