Good women's running clothing (especially for summer?) Watch

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So I barely have any running gear but go running every other day, wondering if there are any affordable brands of clothes that you love? I'm currently looking at lots of Nike leggings on eBay because they're so much cheaper. I'm mostly looking for a decent sports bra, a few pairs of leggings (full length and 3/4 length) and shorts, maybe a top or two. I've ordered a top and a pair of leggings from h&m but they're taking a while to arrive.

So yeah opinions please!
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Look in the Sports Direct sale, loads of stuff reduced by at least 50%, and a range of brands and reviewed products.

Personally, I love Karrimor Run. Their stuff is good quality but pretty cheap. Not as keen on their running shoes though, mine only lasted about 3 weeks!
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Just stick to the abaya innit. No stress :cool:
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(Original post by ThatHealthyLife)
Look in the Sports Direct sale, loads of stuff reduced by at least 50%, and a range of brands and reviewed products.

Personally, I love Karrimor Run. Their stuff is good quality but pretty cheap. Not as keen on their running shoes though, mine only lasted about 3 weeks!
I bought some USA Pro leggings from there that fit me everywhere except around my hip and bum area like it's way too big and baggy and my bum isn't very small!
I'll take a look at the Karrimor stuff because I've heard a lot of good things about them but yeah I won't get their shoes, I want some Nike Free Runs for my birthday

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Just stick to the abaya innit. No stress :cool:
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Primark do some decent stuff.

I second Karimoor. I've not tried their shoes; but have been warned to stay away from them. I've got a few of their t-shirts and they're just as good as my Addidas and Nike t-shirts.
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I've never understand why girls wear tight clothes to work out in? Are they comfy?

I have to be in baggy clothes.

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Primark do some decent stuff.

I second Karimoor. I've not tried their shoes; but have been warned to stay away from them. I've got a few of their t-shirts and they're just as good as my Addidas and Nike t-shirts.
Yep I bought some new Kerimoor running shoes and they're still giving me blisters a month after purchase.

It's not me because I usually adjust to new shoes rather quickly.
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Primark, New Look, TK Maxx and next have a sale on and have a lot of nike and adidas things in it!
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