Be the change you want to see in the world
Every decision makes a difference. By choosing less and well, we can make a good impact. With Ambiletics you are supporting sustainable and fair activewear. Our mission is to create sleek, sustainable and ethical sportswear that keeps sweat where it belongs: in our workout sessions.
Sustainable and fair activewear
Sports leggings made from recycled PET bottles? Exactly. Here you´re in the right place. The garments for our activewear collection are eco-certified and vegan approved. We’ve designed our sportswear so you can look good and feel good about what you’re wearing. Sustainable materials and fair production are important to us. We play fair. The high-performance recycled polyester fabric is super soft, durable and perfect for a workout.
Our fitness collection is rooted in three core fabrics that want to make you move: recycled polyester, organic cotton and bamboo.
Materials – what the collection is made of
Our sports leggings and bras are made from recycled polyester. The fabric wicks sweat, holds shape, and makes you look good. Recycled polyester is good for the environment since it lessens the wastage of petroleum and causes less water and air contamination.Read more
For our ultra soft T-Shirts and Sweat-Tanks we selected a mix of recycled polyester and organic cotton. Super soft and breathable. The sweaters are made from 100% organic cotton. So comfy, that you will want to wear it all the time.Read more
We are an animal-friendly business and happy to announce that we´ve been rewarded with the vegan approved certificate by PETA. That means that alll our eco-certified materials are animal-free. As a fair fashion label we are taking a stand and have signed PETA’s statement of assurance verifying that our eco sports collection is vegan.
Unlike polyester, recycled polyester uses PET and post consumer waste as the raw material. It is being recycled to create the fabric we use for our sports leggings and bras. But, how does this process work? First, the used plastic is sterilized, dried and crushed into small chips. The chips are then heated and passed through a spinneret to form strings of yarn. The fibre is then passed through a crimping machine to create a fluffy wooly texture. This yarn is then baled, dyed and knitted into polyester fabric.