Fibre Athletics Introduces Water Bottles, Hats, and Tees

This post is part of a paid collaboration with Fibre Athletics.

Fibre Athletics, an ethical brand dedicated to producing eco-friendly, high performance activewear in the USA, is now taking preorders for their new range of hats, tees, and water bottles. With summer days on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to introduce activewear accessories that help beat the heat.

Fibre Athletics’ T-Shirt line is printed on hemp/organic cotton blend shirts and made in the USA. Hemp is a super sustainable material that requires less water than cotton, plus it’s breathable like linen.

The Chicago Spirit Tee represents the enduring community values of Chicago, with a portion of proceeds benefiting CARA, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting the homeless and impoverished.

The Fibre Values Tee celebrates the company values of integrity, community, and impact.

The GROW Tee “challenges you to get up, get out and push your limits.”

Fibre’s Trucker and Anywhere hats are made from a hemp/cotton blend and feature the Fibre Athletics logo. I’m partial to the Anywhere hat as a packable alternative to my big straw hat.

And last but not least, the Patriot Bottle, made in a US-based, zero waste factory by veterans and the only metal bottle currently on the market that’s produced in America. The interior lining is plant-based and doesn’t hold odors like some bottles do, and a portion of proceeds help veterans find stable housing and get support and resources for PTSD. I’m friends with several Vietnam vets who are all affected by the daily struggle of PTSD. Having adequate community and financial support is essential to recovery.

Shop the Fibre Athletics pre-sale for the best deals on these items. 

Ends early June. Items ship early July.

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