“In the last year we have seen tremendous adoption of period underwear; meaning more people know what they are, how they work, and that they can be a true alternative to disposable period products. This has been largely in part to Thinx product education efforts, as well as the pandemic acceleration of online adoption,” commented Maria Molland, Thinx, Inc.’s CEO, in a press release.
“Now with more consumers in the space, it’s the perfect time to expand the line into activewear. Whether you’re wearing them on your period for an at-home workout, or just wearing them while working from home, we hope this line becomes a regular part of people’s lives,” Molland added.
All items are made with the brand’s period-absorbing technology, which is equivalent to two to five regular tampons. The leggings arrive in a high-rise fit, along with deep side pockets and an inner CF waistband heat pad pocket. A moderate absorbency pad has been sewn into the gusset, which holds up to three regular tampons’ worth of liquid. Other standout designs include the training shorts, which are crafted from lightweight and quick-drying stretch material. Additionally, they feature super absorbency, holding up to five regular tampons’ worth of period flow.
Take a look at the offerings above and below. Thinx Activewear is now available online where prices range from $65 to $95 USD.