Here’s where to find cheap workout clothes that are actually high-quality

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High quality doesn’t have to mean high prices, especially when it comes to your leggings and sports bras. Plenty of brands sell stylish yet cheap workout clothes you’ll want to show off at the gym.

Seriously, these are clothes you’re sweating in, stretching and that you have to constantly wash. It’s not worth shelling out all your cash on them. Plus, when you save money on your leggings, you can spend more on fun exercise classes like SoulCycle or subscribe to the obé app.

Your workout clothes shouldn’t hold you back — they should help you reach your goals. And if your goal is to get active on a budget, these brands can help. Plus, these fits are so cute, you’ll probably want to wear them whenever you can.

1. DICK’S Sporting Goods

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In addition to selling Nike, adidas and other big-name brands, DICK’S Sporting Goods sells DSG, its own affordable clothing and shoe line. DSG has styles for men, women and kids, and everything is under $50.

2. Old Navy

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Old Navy may already be known for its affordable prices, but you seriously don’t want to miss out on its activewear. The brand’s clothing, leggings, tank tops and sports bras all come in bold colors and prints.

3. Target

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Target’s own brands, All In Motion and JoyLab, offer great activewear options in a range of sizes, starting at only $12. All In Motion has more basic items (think black leggings), while JoyLab has more trendy, bolder pieces. Try walking into any Target store and not walking out with a new pair of its comfy leggings — you can’t!

4. Nordstrom Rack

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Nordstrom Rack’s The Active Shop sells well-known brands like Nike and New Balance as well as higher-end brands like Alo, Carbon38, Free People Movement and P.E Nation — all up to 60% off. However, its standout deals are on the Nordstrom Rack-owned brand Z by Zella.

5. Aerie

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Aerie’s Crossover Leggings went viral on TikTok last year, but the brand makes a ton of other great styles for getting your sweat on. Most leggings cost under $50, and Aerie usually has quite a few sales, too. Get a matching set for working out or lounging at home.

6. Amazon

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It’s not a secret anymore — Amazon has some pretty great workout wear options. You can shop all of your favorite big brands, but you can also find the TikTok-famous butt-lift leggings and Oprah’s favorite soft leggings by Watch Me Melt. Check out Amazon’s best sellers in activewear for more ideas!

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