Cayman’s warm sub-tropical climate, blue skies and balmy seas are perfect for those who love to be outdoors and enjoy an active lifestyle. Eating right, exercising and making the right choices are paramount to our wellbeing.
The mantra of Cayman’s newest dedicated lifestyle store – Activ Angels for women, men and children, recently opened at Camana Bay – is “What You Wear Matters.”
“We offer the finest selection of yoga/active/performance clothing, apparel and accessories in the Cayman Islands,” said owner Catherine Dawson-James, “all in a highly stylized store dedicated to today’s active lifestyle.”
“We are bringing fashion to fitness so you can go from the studio to the street and beyond with an amazing range of brands such as Alo, Body Language, Koral, Manduka, Noli, Onzie, Seafolly Active and Varley.
“It’s not about spandex anymore – it’s highly technical moisture wicking, 4-way stretch and compression technology to ensure comfort, durability and style not only for women, but also for our men’s active apparel as well – with brands like Manduka, Onzie, Strongbody and Yogasmoga in stock.”
With the growing trend of “wear all day” active wear in the market, Activ Angels offers an incredible selection of layering items so you can go from shopping to yoga and out on the town with the latest athleisure clothing that blends boho chic with SoCal cool and a little bit of sassy with brands like Spiritual Gangster, Free People, and Amuse Society.
Activ Angels stocks brightly colored on-trend leggings for ages 7-16 years, tops and statement tanks and of course, lots of must-have gift items and accessories.
You’ll even find kids yoga mats here, along with travel, extra large, thick and non-slip mats for adults of all abilities.
Activ Angels fits perfectly into the Angels family. Little Angels offers UV50+ swim and active apparel, clothing and accessories from toddler to teen; and Sand Angels is the ultimate swimwear and resort wear boutique offering a world class selection of swimwear to suit all bodies.
Visit these fine stores in Camana Bay.