Sportswear or active clothing is clothing worn for sports, physical or physical exercise, including footwear. For practical, comfort or safety reasons, sportswear is worn for most sports and physical exercise.
Typical sportswear includes track suits, shorts, T-shirts and polo shirts. Special clothing includes swimwear (for swimming), wet suits (for diving or surfing), ski suits (for skiing) and leopards (for gymnastics). Sports footwear includes coaches, football boots, riding boots and ice skating. Sportswear also includes some crop tops and underwear such as bikinis and jackstrap and sports bra. Sportswear is also sometimes worn as casual fashion clothing.
For most sports athletes wear a combination of different outfits, e.g. Sports shoes, pants and shirts. In some sports, you may have to wear protective gear such as a helmet or American football body armor.
Sportswear is designed to be lightweight so as not to trap the wearer in general. The best athletic wear for certain types of exercise, for example cycling, should not create traction or be obese.
Sportswear, on the other hand, should be loose enough not to restrict movement. Some sports have specific style requirements, for example kaikoki used in karate. Various sports that are physically dangerous require safety gear, e.g. For fencing, American football or ice hockey.
Standard sportswear can also act as a uniform. Opponents in team games are usually identified by the colors of their clothing, while individual team members can be identified by the back number of a shirt.