ABOUT CALIA BY CARRIE UNDERWOOD
We believe it’s the smallest details that make the biggest impact in your everyday. Like stay-put waistbands, clothes that are easy to care for, and styles that fit seamlessly into whatever you’re doing, in and out of the gym.
It’s fitness apparel designed for your life, so you never have to sacrifice fashion for function or your lifestyle for your workout. Learn more about how we design each piece to fit into every way you
Stay the Path.
Life Improving Technologies
CALIA by Carrie Underwood is more than clothing. Our styles are designed to perform as hard as you do in all aspects of your life.
Because just like you, we believe strong is beautiful.
Our rapid-evaporation wicking technology pulls moisture away from the skin as quickly as it arrives, so you can work up a sweat and feel dry.
These uniquely designed perforations draw heat away from the body to maximize breathability and maintain a comfortable temperature during every workout.
Go freely from the studio to the street. This incredibly resilient technology controls odor wear after wear so you stay fresh.
CALIA IN THE NEWS
“These no-nonsense leggings will provide you with a solid pair of black pants with pockets at a great price point. They’re thick enough that you never need to worry about them being see-through, and the wide waistband stays in place so you won’t have to readjust them mid squat.”
– The Healthy
“A beloved brand for comfy clothes for us is Carrie Underwood's Calia. We're loving their mock turtleneck pullover. And everyone needs a pair of their joggers.”
“I get tons of compliments every time I wear these, and they're so comfortable that it’s almost unfair that they're also so stylish. The mesh designs on the sides are totally on trend and provide ventilation when you’re in a hot studio.”
“If you're looking for activewear brands that carry solid winter styles, look no further than CALIA by Carrie Underwood. There's a whole line dedicated to keeping you warm while staying in shape during the coldest time of the year.”