Affordable Sports Wear for your Travels
Whether embarking on a round the world cruise or heading to a UK holiday park, most of us are still keen to dress appropriately (and perhaps to impress!) at all times.
If you’re keen to continue your fitness regime this summer, carefully consider sportswear (which can also add comfort for travelling). We offer you five top suggestions of things that you can wear on your holiday, which are fashionable, functional and affordable.
The footwear that will never go out of fashion is the trainer. It is versatile and comfortable. Even more excitingly, trainers come in such a wide variety of colours. You can even buy a pair where one is orange and one is green, for example. From trainers with added cushioning into the soles to ones that give you a little extra height, there is something for everyone when it comes to this flexible footwear! Outlet shops are perfect for getting top brands at discounted prices. For those of you who run, try to go up half a size or even a full size.
Golfing holidays are incredibly popular for an ever-increasing range of people. If this is something you’re planning to do while you’re away, then golf wear is a must. Function 18 has a great golf clothing sale where you are sure to find a bargain (or several!) perfectly suited to your travels.
For those of you who enjoy the immense natural beauty of places such as the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, walking to explore further would be a good option. Ensuring you have the right footwear and breathable clothing is imperative! Getting a blister at the end of your first day would be unfortunate. You don’t have to spend big to get decent quality clothing and hiking shoes or boots. In fact, if you shop intelligently, you’ll find many 2 for 1 offers or significant reductions in prices.
There are so many options for swimwear these days. Do ensure that you check the policy of the country you’re visiting as to what you’re permitted to wear though. France, for example, will not allow men to wear loose swimming shorts in the pool. Tight-fitting trunks are deemed to be more hygienic. For women, consider a swimsuit with a skirt if you’re keen to cover up. Also, think carefully about the fastening and neckline. Don’t be tempted to buy online unless there is a decent returns policy. Often, these days, cheap fashion is available at low prices, but looks nothing like the photos when it arrives. However, as with the walking gear, if you shop around, you’ll find some great bargains.
If you’re a gym bunny, you might be planning to spend some time working out whilst there, to prevent your routine from escaping. Perhaps, you’re a keen runner. Either way, it’s necessary to pack some exercise gear to take with you. Try to pack only a couple of pairs of shorts and coordinating tops. Women – don’t forget your sports bras! Supermarkets often offer a great range of sporting attire for both men and women. They’re not plain black and boring either. Add a splash of colour into your fitness routine and it may just put you in a brighter mood.