[quote="XkillerX"]I wear the stinkiest most comfortable and torn up clothes I can find. But since I train on my own, I think I'm super ethical anyways
Same here. I do a lot of training on my own, and within ten minutes of starting training my clothes are to smelly to be wearable. So I often get stuff out of the wash to wear. Stinky bastard, don't care. And if my nose runs while I'm running, well, it's getting washed anyway. No clothes (Ok then, veyr few) are ethical, there's animal testing of dyes, shit labour conditions, and energy/other resources used, so I wear old clothes until they fall apart (or the wife bins them when I'm not looking).
Training at home I'll do wearing as little as possible, although I get told to put shorts on if the curtains are open.
Aside from that, I wear me Vegan Runners vest if I think I'm going to have a good run. And I should get a Vegan Fitness T Shirt.
You can see my training log if you're really bored: [url]www.veganfitness.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=16086&start=360[/url]