Sundried Ethical Sportswear

Today’s post is a little different, I’ve got a new gym wear discovery to tell you about! Sundried an ethical company founded by Daniel Puddick, a personal trainer and triathlete who wanted to create a brand that his children will be proud to be associated with in the future.
Sundried produce their ethical activewear responsibly in partnership with The Low Carbon Innovation Fund to keep their carbon footprint minimal. The materials are sourced in Europe and handmade in Portugal. Sundried has been developing a sustainable technology suitable for activewear by utilising coffee’s natural ability to block odour, how cool is that?
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They also give something back by providing a charitable donation code with each Sundried item to charity Water for Kids, which is a great cause. Every item in their collection is coded with a unique pledge to charity Water for Kids, who provide clean water sources for those in need.

“I put together a team at the top of their game, with excellent experience in premium activewear. I challenged them to deliver a stylish and superbly functional collection, which was ethical through and through.

Our first collection, I’m proud to say, delivers. We’ve used materials and production processes that are kind to the environment, and our clothing is made in Portugal by experienced and fairly treated specialists.”
Daniel Puddick

 To top things off for this killer company, their gear is gorgeous! I’m wearing the Tour Noir Tank here and I absolutely love it. It’s so well made, fits amazingly and is a great thickness. I’m wearing a black sports bra underneath and you can hardly see it. Check them out on Instagram and Twitter for more of their stunning pieces!

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Sundried gifted me this tank in exchange for a post but I absolutely love the brand and the product and would recommend it to activewear lovers everywhere because the fit and quality is fantastic and we all need to do everything we can to try and support ethical companies. All opinions my own.

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