RUMI X is modern activewear and more. The latest in high performance fitness apparel to land on American shores, RUMI X brings to its clothes a philosophy of wellness with the entire range of products made from sustainable sources, such as recycled plastic bottles and coffee grounds. Eco-conscious active apparel designed to make wearers feel good.
“The RUMI X concept evolved from speaking to the yoga and wellness community”, explains brand founder and certified yoga teacher, Melissa Chu “It was clear to me that the apparel we wore was not contributing positively to our yoga experience”.
RUMI X’s mission to preserve the environment compelled the label to seek out the most advanced eco-technology to create high-quality performance wear. Committed to creating a line of apparel that both allowed its wearers to express their personality and better serve the environment, Chu insisted on using eco-friendly materials only – the result is breathable, flattering and vibrant sports wear and everyday apparel, comprised from recycled plastic bottles and coffee grounds. Trash is a growing problem, so finding uses for non-biodegradable materials like plastic is a must. Plastic, once cleaned, shredded, melted and stripped into thread, is indistinguishable from polyester. Coffee grinds are embedded into a fiber used to create the fabric, which allows for maximum odor control, a dry-fast texture, UV protection and breathability. Unique digital prints are created with eco-friendly water based ink, embracing freedom of movement and self-expression with sustainable practises – designed to make wearers feel good.
The collection includes stylish leggings, supportive sports bras, tanks and long sleeve tops in multiple colorways and prints. Leggings feature slimming wide waistbands and gusset lining for extra comfort and exclusive breathable and super soft fabric. Conveniently, for women on the run, all leggings also have a barely visible pocket to keep cards, keys and loose change safe, and can be thrown right into the laundry without any leakage of color.
Release ID: 198056