finding deals on running fashion

**Disclosure:  This post is in collaboration with The Clymb.  I was compensated for this post, however all opinions are my own.**

When it comes to shopping, I am probably the world’s worst.  Shopping is just not something I particularly enjoy, unless I am actually looking for something specific.  Most of it stems from the fact that I don’t want to spend a ton of money on things I don’t necessarily need.  Unless I’m at Target.  Target is a whole other story though.

But, one of the things that I always need is good workout apparel.  As an avid runner and physical education teacher, I spend all day, every day in athletic clothes, so I need to have more sweats than going out clothes in my closet.  (Remind me to do a post on what’s in my closet at some point.  My friends will understand why they see me in the same 5 outfits all the time.)  Yet, I don’t want to spend a ton of money on workout clothes, and as most of you know, workout clothes are EXPENSIVE.

So, I’m always on the lookout for the best deal I can find.  Shoot, I don’t even buy running shoes full price anymore, now that I know where I can find the best deal around.  I’m also a savvy online shopper – if I don’t even have to leave the house, I’m one happy girl!

Enter The Clymb.  I first heard about The Clymb several years ago from my blogger friend, Abby.  After that, I was hooked.  I get an email daily in my inbox with some of the best deals on some pretty awesome brands, like Vivobarefoot and Patagonia.  They basically have anything an active person could ever want!

Just the other day, they had 65% off women’s endurance running shoes, apparel, and accessories, including brands like Nike, Mizuno, and my personal favorite, Asics.  But, you have got to hop on the deals quick – they are so good, they sell out fast!

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This is pretty much the only way I stock up on good athletic apparel without breaking are very tight budget right now.  You can’t get much better than 65% off running clothes!

  • Pixi Cycling

    Really helpful post! Never heard of this before! 🙂