Where to buy Athletic Propulsion Lab’s pastel sneakers

Posted: 8 February 2018 10:43 am


Because if your activewear is pastel, it would be a crime to wear black shoes.

If you haven't heard of Athletic Propulsion Labs (or APL), then we're guessing you haven't scrolled through Instagram lately. It seems as though every second fitspo post features a pair of APL sneakers, and we can understand why.

The brand has recently debuted an all-pastel line of sneakers that will make you feel like you're living in a candy land of marshmallow, peppermint and lavender.

The colours for the Step Into Spring collection include Lavender, Light Sky, Peppermint, Off White and Bleached Pink. We're definitely a fan of the shade Light Sky, because who could say no to a crisp pale blue?

The best part is that the collection is available for both men and women. Pastel is usually reserved for women's shoes, so it's refreshing to see a brand embrace inclusivity. Whoever said that men can't enjoy pastel?

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So if you've got a few too many pastel items in your activewear wardrobe, then this is definitely a collection that you're going to want to check out.

But if pastel doesn't tickle your fancy (and no judgement if it doesn't), APL also has collections full of metallics, monochrome and even animal print. Check out the full range to find a pair that suits you, your activewear and even your attitude to working out!

You can get your hands on the sneakers from Athletic Propulsion Labs at a number of retailers, including Net-a-Porter, Lululemon and Shopbop, as well as direct from the APL website.

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