Whether you’ve heard about Bo+Tee or you’ve always come back for more, now is the time to grab some gear from the new zebra print collection. 

The new collection is the second collaboration that Bo+Tee has with Instagram sensation Brit Manuela. This collection is titled Unstoppable and is inspired by body positivity. Many people especially when it comes to working out struggle with body positivity, no matter what your body type. Bo+Tee wants you to be the best version of yourself and not just physically, but also mentally. 

Bo+Tee is known for its top-quality activewear, with ribbed textures, high-waists, and squat-proof technology, combined with fashion-forward styles.

This collection is a great balance that Bo+Tee has created for the Unstoppable catalogue, it has all of your performance needs while adding a flair of personality with the fun zebra print. 

Limitless Bra Top $43:

This seamless scoop neck sports bra is perfect for any workout day, the seamless fabric keeps you comfortable, and supported no matter the workout. The limitless bra is the perfect piece from the unstoppable collection and comes in sage, indigo and black. 

Power Play Full-Length Leggings $61: 

These full-length, squat-proof leggings are what you need to feel great and secure during your leg day workouts. The leggings are not only high-waisted but won’t roll when in certain positions like a squat. Leg day just got better with the power play leggings. 

Instinct Short Sleeve Top $47:

The instinct short sleeve crop top is the perfect way to get in the mood to work out. The sweat-wicking fabric allows you to do your most intense workout and still feel dry and comfortable to keep going. 

Hit the High Shorts $45:

Everyone has to love working out in a short on those ultra-hot days. The hit the high short is seamless, squat proof and has sweat-wicking fabric. Perfect for those hot days, and squat days you’ll love working out in these mini shorts. 

The new collection with Brit Manuela is now live on the Bo+Tee website, get some of your favourite styles and colours now, before their gone.

Article published by HOLR Magazine