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The fact that we have to celebrate inclusive sizing is ridiculous but hey, we gotta take the excitement where we can these days.

Khloe Kardashian‘s Good American activewear line has all sorts of different designs for every shape and size. And we MEAN every shape. When you tend to shop for workout gear, it’s the world of Lululemon or the world of “I fit in my husband’s t-shirt and bought some bike shorts from Walmart.” And a lot of that depends on size. Well, there’s no excuse when it comes to this line, because Khloe’s line goes from extra small’s to 4X.

This is what it's all about- strong women THRIVING! ???? Still reeling from this EPIC launch day, head to goodamerican.com to shop our full activewear collection from $45 - 149 #OurBodyOurJourney #goodsquad

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Not only do we find that interesting, the site itself is pretty interesting. To the right-hand corner when you are on a desktop, you can change the size of the model to see what you’re working with when it comes to fit and design. Currently, the largest size goes up to a 16 in a model, but that’s progress in my eyes, as most women average larger than at least a 12.

 

The clothing does cost a pretty penny, but it’s not as insane as you might think. You’re probably going to run into more comparable prices between Good American and Lululemon, but when it comes to sizing, Khloe’s brand has a leg up, as Lululemon only goes to XXL.

 

Size inclusive activewear designed to take you through your workout and beyond. Full collection launches Thursday at 9am ET, sign up to be the first to shop on goodamerican.com #OurBodyOurJourney #goodamerican @candicehuffine

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To check out the full line, click here.