Skip to content
🚀 FREE SHIPPING: DOMESTIC ORDERS OVER $99, INTERNATIONAL OVER $249 🚀
🚀 FREE SHIPPING: DOMESTIC ORDERS OVER $99, INTERNATIONAL OVER $249 🚀
To Parents: 3 Trendy Kids Activewear Brands To Support

To Parents: 3 Trendy Kids Activewear Brands To Support

Need to leave the house soon? Haven't sorted your kids outfits yet? One starts screaming and crying when you're trying to rush out the house?

Life can get hectic and so does parenting. Sometimes leaving the house can be a one hour routine especially with kids. Why not make it one step easier for yourself by suiting them up in trendy and stylish activewear specially designed for kids.

Here are brands to support:

1. Lava Tribe

Designed for girls aged 6-14 years, these activewear are made for runners, gymnasts, dancers, netball, tennis & soccer stars.

Lava Tribe Girls Activewear first started out in 2019 by the parents of two sporty girls. They were struggling to find cool sporty ranges for their girls so they decided to make their own. The range includes crop tops, shorts, leggings etc.

Whether your daughter is trying to achieve that new goal or PB, style her in Lava Tribe colours for confidence, comfort and support.

2. Bubble Active

Based in Melbourne, Bubble Active is designed for kids who want to stylish in the coolest, bright and colourful colours.

What is another benefit? It is also a sustainable and environment-conscious bran that only uses high quality eco-friendly fabrics.

3. Black Angel AP

Is your girl a cheerleader? Well this brand is speaking out to you. 

Founded by the owners of 'Bows By Madi' in 2019, Black Angel is now recognised as one of the most popular cheerleading active brand brands in Australia.

Black Angel's mission is to provide athleisure that not only makes our girls feel and look good but to also reach their full potential.

Our brand is always supporting Activewear for all ages and body shapes and especially for our little ones. Can't find a kids activewear brand you wish we stocked? Don't hesitate to contact us on info@beactivewear.com.au 

Previous article Leggings vs. Shorts: Which is Better to Wear When Working Out?
Next article Australian Female-Owned Activewear Brands To Support

Leave a comment

* Required fields