Zero waste yogawear made in the USA with original artwork designs. Wear art by Yogavated Athletics, support local artists and give back with every purchase to the environment.
Meet the High-Waist Slick Biker Short, ideal for cycling, running, & more for that no-chafe experience. The asymmetrical seam detail allows you to appreciate the pop of color without the all-over-print enthusiasm making it great for everyday wear. Flat Lock seaming for all over comfort.
Engineered To Feel Like A Comfortable Embrace Throughout, It Hugs Your Skin Like Butter
High waistband (with fold over option) Keeps you feeling covered and secure
The No-Dig Waistband lays flat, softly on your skin
Model Stats / / Waist 26”; Hips 35”; Height 5’8”; Wears Size S
Antimicrobial • Sweat Wicking • 4-Way Stretch YV Motivation™ fabric
Blush Compression Jersey Fabric, 75% Polyester 25% Spandex
Techno-fabric that's breathable and sweat-wicking to keep your skin cool during hot and sweaty workouts.
Eco-friendly, non-toxic dyeing process that produces fade-free, bleed-free vibrant color with no white on stretching.
Machine wash cold, air dry
"Our actions & thoughts mark the sky with the duality of our nature. It is in the conditioning of society that separates our thoughts from our actions. We spend the rest of our days trying to become one with ourselves again. Align your thoughts with your actions & you will become one again."
Yvette Vexta / / Tulum, Mexico
Vexta is a self-taught artist from Sydney Australia. With a background in Street Art beginning in the mid 2000s, her bold and extravagant artworks have invaded our visual landscape from Melbourne to Mexico and everywhere in between, from large-scale murals to gallery exhibitions, she is a nomad of our modern times.
Viewing the world through her psychedelic kaleidoscope, Vexta reinterprets the sacred elements within cosmology, mythology, life/death and the feminine, navigating these themes through the common threads that bind our experiences. Exploring the interconnectedness of all living things by juxtaposing animals, human forms and landscape amid her symbolic, geometric shapes drenched in her unique color palette, she provides an insight into our fundamental engagement with the human condition.
Her recent practice has grown to include soundscapes, animated projections and installations.
She has exhibited extensively across Australia, Europe and North America, including The National Gallery of Australia, Saatchi Gallery London, Banksy’s Cans Festival and has her work held in numerous public, academic and private collections globally. She also collaborates with clients such as Converse, Fabergé, Volcom, Juxtapoz, Adobe & Samsung. She currently spends her time based between New York USA & Tulum, Mexico.
“ The prominent women of the international street art scene — like Fafi, Miss Van, Olek, Maya Hayuk, Faith47, Swoon, Bambi, Sheryo, Vexta and Elle — have shown that claiming a corner of public space is a subversive, rebellious act.”
NY Times 2014
- Featured Art Piece / / You Are As I Am 24" X 24" on Canvas