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The historical milestones of sports fashion you may not know yet (Part 2)

7. The 1970s

The flourishing peak of sports fashion was in the early 1970s when a series of sportswear was marketed to a very large extent. For women, familiar items were pastel-colored high-collars and short-satin sort pants, and for men, tight-fitting shorts/sorters.

8. The Mid-1970s

It sounds astonishing, but the idea for “jogging” in a series of sporting activities was not widely accepted until the mid-1970s. Accordingly, sportswear must be followed, and to suit current needs, wide sort pants allowing comfortable stride feet are a must.

Sporting activities was not widely accepted until the mid-1970s

9. The 1980s

The trend in colors to get more vibrant, and things getting bigger and brighter was the highlight of the 1980s, so aerobics-style sportswear exploded and peaked during this period. Special details such as corsets, tight-fitting clothes, and elastic bandanas are also “loved”.

As the movement became so familiar, the need to be able to practice at home led TV companies to start broadcasting the exercises that last 30-minute aerobics so that all public can watch.

10. The 1980s

Aerobics was still the soul of the 1980s sports, sometimes it would be a dance class, then sometimes it was the gymnastics … not only had inspired millions of people. need to care, improve cardiovascular problems, reduce excess body fat but also fun while exercising.

The sports fashion in the 1980s

Public gyms (often referred to as “health clubs”) have started flooding hundreds of treadmills to more sophisticated weight machines to cater to the needs of users.

11. The 1990s

Singlet-style tight-fitting, knee-length is the choice of most women, while men often choose only one tight-fitting pant, or maybe sort pants. Although aerobics is still popular, in the gymnasiums have begun to appear dance classes.

The leggings combo inside and outside was a colorful tight-fitting outfit that was very popular in the mid-1990s.

In the 1990s, Activewear continued to inherit all of the previous decade, but there were also certain improvements and changes in this period. T-shirts are only selected inside the gym, and when stepping outside, the sportswear will have a new, more fashionable color. With elastic lines, “crazy” free-style pattern, along with Chunky sneakers, the sportswear set in the 1990s, has been raised to a new level.