Melbourne's Best Sportswear Outlets To have an amazing workout, you need to start with enviable workout clothes. These factory outlets for favourite sportswear brands in Melbourne will have you decked out in mesh tank tops and moisture-wicking leggings for a fraction of the cost.
Yoga just wouldn't be the same without cool clothes. Image: Наталья Видович via Wikimedia Commons.
Puma is a reasonably priced brand to begin with, so the prices you will find at the Puma factory outlet represent great value. The store makes efficient use of its space, brimming with racks of men's and women's sportswear and loungewear. The shoe section takes up about half of the store, with a sizeable array of men's, women's and children's sports and lifestyle shoes.
Puma Factory Outlet 111 Keys Road, Moorabbin 3189
The Puma outlet in Moorabbin has sportswear bargains aplenty.
Sportsmart Sportsmart does not have a huge selection of clothes, but they do carry some big name brands at a discount. Skins, Running Bare, 2XU, Adidas and many more can be found on their sale racks. It is worth signing up for a free members' card, which gives you access to greater discounts, including a blanket 10% discount on most products.
Adidas Factory Outlet The Adidas Factory Outlet on Smith Street is a haven for eye-catching sports clothing. They stock basic gym gear as well as items for specific sports, such as tennis apparel. Big discounts abound; it's easy to find $20 shorts or a $30 tank top in moisture-wicking fabric. They also sell statement garments such as patterned tracksuit bottoms and denim-inspired jackets.
Adidas Factory Outlet 377-379 Smith St, Fitzroy 3065
If you look closely, you can see some killer patterned tracksuit bottoms on the back wall.
Women's yoga wear specialists Lululemon can be described in many ways. 'Cheap' is not among them. Their high quality gear oozes style and functionality.
Covet your workout neighbour's $100 cropped leggings and $70 tank top no more. With a visit to the Lululemon Factory Outlet in Collingwood, you can get the look on the cheap. As you might expect, the size selection can be patchy and only last-season stock is on sale.
The aforementioned sportswear outlets tend to be destination stores. There are usually few other stores to visit in their vicinity. DFO shopping centres bring together a number of outlet stores, although they tend to be smaller than destination stores. Some sportswear companies, such as Lorna Jane, do not have stand-alone outlets but you can pick up discounted off-season stock at their DFO stores.