Sweaty Betty is a brand I only buy in the sale. It’s not that the products aren’t great, they are – I have some bum-sculpting leggings I’ve worn nearly every week to the gym for about three years and they’re still in perfect condition – it’s just expensive.
But if you calculate cost per wear, as is good to do with fitness gear, Sweaty Betty measures up pretty well – even at full price, but especially on sale items.
Currently the women’s activewear brand has 50% off sale across a range of products, including leggings, tops, sports bras, swimwear, skiwear and accessories.
Browse my pick from the sale below, because who actually cares if the print on your leggings is from last season?
Circuit Sports Bra in Beetle Blue Hexagon Print, £35 (was £50)
Power Gym Leggings in Beetle Blue Hexagon Print, £52 (was £75)
Kenza Power Crop Gym Vest - in Black Strobe Placement Print, £38 (was £55)
Power Gym Leggings – in Black Strobe Placement Print, £52 (was £75)
Stamina Sports Bra, £24 (was £35) – available in a range of colours
Athlete Seamless Gym Vest, £17 (was £35)
Carve Swimsuit, £56 (was £80)
New Balance Fresh Foam Cruz Trainers, £56 (were £80)
Wash Bag, £25 (was £50)
Quench Water Bottle, £14 (was £20)
Ultimate Sports Bra, £35 (was £50)
Brahma Padded Yoga Bra, £28 (was £40)
Crew Neck Fashion Sweat, £37 (was £75)
Seamless Double Time Gym Vest, £42 (was £60)
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