Pilates Clothing Rochester MN

Local resource for pilates clothing in Rochester, MN. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to pilates clothing, yoga apparel, exercise clothes, and pilates equipment, as well as advice and content on pilates classes, gym bags, yoga mats, and yoga shoes.

National Fund North Inc
(507) 282-0202
3025 40th Ave Nw
Rochester, MN
 
Rogan Shoes
(507) 285-5577
3446 Nw 55Th St #20 Rochester
Rochester, MN
 
Vogue Collection
(507) 286-8811
126 17th Ave Nw
Rochester, MN
 
Tyrol Ski & Sport Shop
(507) 288-1683
1923 2Nd St Sw
Rochester, MN
 
Express
(507) 287-0587
418 Apache Mall
Rochester, MN
 
Sherry's From Past
(507) 281-2129
4326 Trenton Ln Nw
Rochester, MN
 
Gander Mountain
(507) 252-2033
3470 55Th Street Nw Gander Mountain #367
Rochester, MN
 
Gap
(507) 282-6081
333 Apache Mall
Rochester, MN
 
Macy's
(507) 280-5400
901 Apache Mall
Rochester, MN
Departments / Services
Mattresses.

Christopher and Banks
(507) 281-2011
Apache Mall
Rochester, MN
Hours
Mon-Fri 10 am - 9 pm
Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

Pilates Wear for the Fit Sophisticate (at a Discount!)

Pilates Wear - Zobha Grace Tank
Zobha Grace Tank
By Amy Leibrock

When I first found the new Zobha fitness apparel line online, I was captivated by its elegant styles and colors and classic eveningwear details. Now, with samples in hand, I’m happy to report that the line is more than just a pretty face. Founder and yoga instructor Jamie Hanna’s goal of creating clothes that embody the element of “grace” that attracts her to yoga shines through in the fabric, fit and performance of the pieces I tried.

Pilates Wear - Zobha Audrey Tank
Zobha Audrey Tank
My favorite is the Grace Tank ($56, sizes 2-10). It has a flattering scoop neck and long waist that won’t ride or roll up, and the cut around the shoulders is perfect for showing off strong Pilates shoulders. The variety of other top styles will cover and flatter a variety of body types and seem to run true to size. And you’ve gotta love the names—Audrey, Jayne, Ava—that evoke icons of Hollywood style.

The fabric, a wicking blend of Supplex and Lycra, has a cotton-y feel and matte look that made me feel zipped-up but not bound in. I do have one word of warning for Pilates regulars—the Straight Leg Capris ($60) are cut a little too low and will quickly ride down during a typical Pilates workout—try the Essential Pant Capris ($64, sizes 2-10) instead; they have better coverage. The line also includes a few hoodies ($64-$66) and seamless “yoga panties” (thongs and boyshorts, $16-$18), and they have matern...

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