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  • Asiya makes hijabs for athletic Muslim girls
  • Asiya makes hijabs for athletic Muslim girls
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Asiya makes hijabs for athletic Muslim girls

Asiya is a clothing brand that makes sports hijabs for active Muslim women who might normally be restricted by traditional religious garb. As the clothing industry makes space for minority shoppers, brands are filling in the gaps left by a mainstream-oriented market.

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