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RBX Active was founded three years ago by President and CEO, Eli Yedid. The company features fashion-active apparel and accessories at prices “that are realistic for today’s active consumers”. RBX Active designed their clothing so it could transition from the gym to the street (or in my case….leggings for days). I was excited to try their clothing when I was given the opportunity to review a pair of their Digital Camo Leggings.
The Digital Camo Legging is featured in four different colors – green, orange, purple and pink. The leggings have a 21.5 inch inseam and is machine washable. The material has four-way stretch and is wicking – which is perfect for hot yoga and running. It is also comfy enough to lounge around in.
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Their sizes range S-M-L-XL fitting 4/6, 6/8. 8/10, 12-14 respectively and cost $29.99! It is nice to find fun workout clothes at that price point without compromising quality (after multiple washes the color has held up and there is no pilling).
I tried on their green camo leggings – they fit nicely! The print was really cute in person and I was impressed with the quality of the material (I also performed the bend test – it passed). When mom my saw the leggings, I could tell she liked them and I told her I would buy her a pair (I am going to order her the pink one). Note: I am 5’3″ and wearing a large. Of course I went matchy matchy for this picture – my trainer gave the ensemble a compliment.
RBX Active can be purchased on their website. To celebrate their newly launched site, RBX is offering readers a 25% discount good through 7/31/2015. There is free shipping if you spend over $50 (after the coupon deduction). The discount code is Active25. RBX Active can also be found in department stores, sporting goods stores, and specialty realtors. I’ve also seen them at Target and TJMaxx.
Note: I received the RBX leggings in exchange for sharing my review. All thoughts and opinions on the blog are my own.
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