The hardest thing about this new line will be getting your kids out of their gear long enough to throw it in the wash
Hanna Andersson, the premium kids’ clothing line known for its vibrant designs and quality products, has launched its first-ever activewear line just for kids. There are currently 31 pieces in Active by Hanna, and over 80% of the collection is made from recycled fabrics and UV protectants.
“Designing this collection was all about childhood and movement, making it both functional and comfortable for any shape of play, said Kara Carter, Chief Product Officer for Hanna Andersson. “We spent nearly two years designing the collection to ensure it meets the same standard of quality, safe, and sustainable apparel that parents have relied on from Hanna Andersson for decades.”
What caught our eye in the new Hanna Andersson activewear line:
Active by Hanna MadeToStretch Leggings
These high-rise leggings come in four fun patterns, are made with recycled fabric, and block 97% of harmful UVA/UVB rays.
Buy them here, $44
Active by Hanna MadeToCool Basketball Shorts
Kids love their comfy clothes, and these basketball shorts can go from school to the playground to practice with ease. Offered in four bright colors, the hard part will be getting your kids out of them long enough to throw them in the wash.
Buy them here, $40
Active by Hanna MadeToBreathe Shorts
These woven shorts have an extra built-in short feature and a Hi-Stretch waistband and will stay on through all-day play. Kids can choose between black, purple, blue, and magic bloom (seen above).
Buy them here, $40
Active by Hanna MadeForSun Hoodie
With over seven graphic prints, there’s a hoodie for every kiddo in your crew! The breathable MadeForSun recycled fabric is environmentally friendly, holds up in the wash, wicks away fabric, and has a cool vibe kids will love.
Buy it here, $46
Other styles in the new activewear line include bike shorts, dresses, baseball tees, skorts, tank tops, and a bomber jacket. Shop the whole line here.
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All images courtesy Hanna Andersson