Five Kenyan sportswear brands

Because a good workout needs great sportswear

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We’ll be honest, sportswear is NOT cheap, but there’s nothing wrong with splurging on something nice once in a while.

Hopefully, you’ve been reading all our content on why and how to stay active and are now motivated enough to look for great sportswear. If that’s the case, we’ve got five brands you should check out.

Before that, if you’re looking for a workout guide, check out “Workout from home and stay healthy” or just a new diet, we’ve got that too.

Pro tip: Before embarking on any diet or new fitness routine, kindly consult your doctor or a nutritionist.


Enda makes running shoes, specifically The Iten. Backed by over a thousand people through a crowdsourcing campaign, Enda endeavoured to make it’s first Kenyan running shoe, and in August of 2017, that dream became a reality.

Lornah Sports African Sportswear

Lornah prides itself on making unique African inspired pieces that go well with an amazing workout. Delivery is currently limited to Kenya due to COVID-19.

Core Active Kenya

Core active sell everything from sports bras to Yoga mats and socks. Their designs are brightly coloured with stunning patterns sure to bring out your personality.

Collabor Active Wear

These pieces are designed to be fashionable as well as functional. They also employ new tech to make sure their designs are durable and quick drying.


Founded by Yvonne Bulimo, Zoezi is a sportswear brand that is Kenyan with a global fashion-forward appeal. Their “products are built on a love for fitness, fashion and the Fearless Kenyan spirit. Zoezi wants to ignite a new wave of Afrocentric creativity in fitness that emulates the depth and breadth of Kenya and the larger continent.” (sic)


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