Inaka Power, the brainchild of entrepreneur and fitness content creator Shawley Coker, continues to push boundaries since its launch in 2018.
The label’s clothing lineup is among one of the most expansive across the fitness industry. Straying away from simple silhouettes and dull designs, graphic prints appear on stringers, t-shirts, and shorts. The Inaka Ape and teddy design iterations can be seen on tees, whilst the Moody Crewneck features an upside-down smiley face. Shorts boasts orange, pink, green, and lime colorways that alter between cotton and nylon material. Standout pieces include the Sunrise Shorts and Magma Shorts, both of which have side pockets and drawstrings.
Wrist wraps, lever belts, knee sleeves, and arm blasters all don the Inaka Power logo. 10mm belts are available in “Sand,” “Olive,” “Salmon,” “Magenta,” and more while 13mm belts feature a camo design in several tones: “Purple Reign,” “Glacier White,” “Stealth Black,” and “Desert Sand.” The wrist wraps and knee sleeves contain similar patterns, the latter of which provides maximum joint compression and 7mm thickness. Meanwhile, the arm blasters are curved for comfortability and adjustable leather straps. Other accessories include backpacks and double insulated canteens.
Elsewhere, the brand’s supplement range is comprised of pre-workout and pump. The pre-workout formula boasts beta-alanine, caffeine, vitamin B12, l-citrulline, and green tea extract among others, increasing energy and blood flow while working out. The product comes in three flavors: “Sour Gummy,” “Mango,” and “Watermelon.” Similarly, Inaka’s signature pump contains l-citrulline and beta-alanine as well as glycerpump, pink Himalayan salt, and nitrosigine. It dons the same flavor profile as the pre-workout; both products contain a serving size of 25.
Retailing between $17 to $1150 USD, you can shop the brand’s full range and supplements on the Inaka Power website.
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