Crossfit Apparel: RedBubble

Part of being a crossfitter, is the crossfit outfit (for most of us) It might start with a pair of high socks, but soon the shoes, shorts and shirts follow. There are loads of companies out there today that make all sorts of crossfit gear & accessories.

This time we'll highlight a less obvious one; RedBubble.

This website allows artists to upload their artwork, and have their designs printed on t-shirts, phone covers, mugs, etc. It's a great opportunity to create an original clothing item for example, knowing that you'll be one of the few people having the exact same design on the same item.

You can search for any type of topic or keyword in the category of your choice, and of course we looked for "crossfit" in the t-shirts & hoodies department. There are numerous results, both graphics & text, and in the end we picked 2 designs. Ordering was simple and shipping was surprisingly low; $5.21 to Europe for 2 shirts! They arrived within 10 days, and looked great:

A label attached with the name of the designer











The quality is a nice cotton and the prints are done well, and look and feel they will last for quite some time.

If you're looking for some original threads to expand your crossfit collection with, RedBubble is a nice place to start!





Find your art on Redbubble






(We didn't get bribed or paid to write this review. If we think a product is shit, we'll write that too. However, if you order through any of the links provided, we'll earn a small commission. With that money, we can keep this blog going. Or buy bacon)

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