The ArtGo Difference
Our beautiful activewear is handcrafted in Australia with limited edition designs and premium-quality recycled fabric.
Following extensive research and a lengthy trial-and-error approach over months, we have arrived at what we believe are the most comfortable, supportive, flexible and durable designs and materials for women's activewear. Our unique creations have been carefully handcrafted to give you the comfort and confidence to enjoy every movement.
All of our products use REPREVE® 75% recycled single-use plastic fabric, they’re made of a unique fibre blend chosen for its natural performance-enhancing properties.
✔️ 100% original Monique Baqués design, created exclusively for Art2Go activewear
✔️ Double-layered waist with 8mm elastic designed to stay put
✔️ Sun protection UPF 50+ rating
✔️ Global Recycled Standard and OKEO-TEX 100 certified
✔️ Approximately 15 recycled plastic bottles saved from the ocean per pair of leggings
✔️ Approximately 10 recycled plastic bottles saved from the ocean per sports bra or bike shorts
✔️ Zero-waste production
✔️ Every purchase comes with a FREE scrap fabric bag and matching scrunchie to take your workout gear to the next level!
We are passionate about caring for the environment and people around us, so we use local manufacturers and robust recycled materials. Adhering to the principle of zero waste, we produce small batches and use every inch of fabric we order.
Our products aren’t very well travelled - even the recycled plastic in the fabrics never made it to the beach!
At Art2Go we adhere to the principles ofReduce, Reuse Recycle.The fabrics we use for our products contain 75% REPREVE® Eco-Recycled fibre which is made from the recycling of discarded single-use bottles that would otherwise be destined for landfill.In addition, we aim to minimise waste by reusing all fabric scraps to handcraft 100% unique scrunchies, necklaces and bags. All our products are carefully designed and handcrafted in Brisbane, Australia, by highly qualified artisans using high-grade fabrics.
By making our products in our community, we can support our local economy and ensure everyone involved in creating them is paid fairly. This also means we have excellent control over the quality of our products.