What is it that is so special about this new luxurious Champagne?
Angel’s Brut Champagne has an enticing and sensual nose with notes of fresh almonds, vanilla and honeysuckle, red peach skin and even a hint of liquorice root. Very attractive on the palate, with slowly dancing and caressing bubbles. Creamy yet vibrant with lots of personality and energy. A fresh, luxurious and elegant cuvée.
Angel is a much admired, selected cuvée containing only the most exquisite and richest pressings from Premier Cru harvested grapes. With the aid of their highly acclaimed oenologists, each year the wine of the vintage is skilfully blended with some of the sacred reserve wines from years gone by. This ensures greater levels of consistency which enables the finish, after assemblage, to become more delicate and complex in its nature.
After perfecting the blend, the wine is bottled, sealed and stored approximately 100 feet underground. Specifically, designed cellars dug deep beneath the chalky substrate create the perfect conditions for protecting our delicate cuvées. Complex and time consuming methods adopted over hundreds of years by true artisans and time served craftsmen owe much to our celebrated wines. The non-vintage brut ages on average 30 months, whilst the rosé takes 36 months and the vintage cuvées age over 7-8 years.
When the ageing ends the process of Remuage, or riddling, begins. It’s the process of turning each day the bottles one quarter turn so the sediment from the second fermentation migrates down into the neck of the bottle. Some Champagnes now undergo mechanical riddling. Angel Champagne however prides itself on using the time-honoured methods of hand turning in its pursuit for perfection.
Is a term attributed to the method in which the sediment collected in the neck of the bottle is removed with minimum loss of wine after Remuage is complete. The process involves freezing the neck of the bottle and removing the resulting plug of ice that contains the sediment.
Following Remuage and Dégorgement each bottle is given the addition of liqueur-de-dosage, a mixture of wine and fine sugar cane. Each Champagne’s liqueur-de-dosage is a sacred recipe and closely guarded secret often passed down from generation to generation. This unique aged liqueur-de-dosage is precisely what gives Angel Champagne its superb taste and in fact, it’s very soul.
Finally, Angel’s skilled artisans apply the final touches, with each precious bottle delicately hand finished. A special black matt paint, gently cloaks our Non-Vintage Brut Champagne and a warm tactile white matt coats each bottle of our Rosé. Finally, a more traditional dark green glass encases and encapsulates our most precious Vintage Champagne’s. When the bottles are ready, Angel’s dedicated craftsmen apply a four-piece label set. Each set includes our unique motif, embossed in highly polished pewter for both our Non-Vintage Brut and Rosé cuvées and in Black Pewter for our Vintages.
There can never be any mistaking the undeniably distinctive aesthetic of each and every bottle of Angel Champagne.
At StylePilot we are massive fans of Nike, and it’s always with great excitement to try out their latest garments. As spring has just started, what a better occasion than testing the Nike Pro Hypercompression tights.
To transform into the best you ever you have to train fast. Pick your sport, speed is the determining factor between success and failure.
Speed can be broken into different components – detection, reaction, acceleration, linear speed, change fo direction, agility, endurance. No matter what type of training you are training faster to become the best you ever.
Silicon-injected Hypercompression technology at the calves and quads offers targeted support, helping to reduce muscle vibration during high-intensity training.
Smooth, warp-knit mesh panels in high-heat zones enhance airflow where you need it most, helping you stay cool when your workout heats up.
The tights’ woven fabric offers four-way stretch, giving you the natural mobility you need for lifting, cardio or plyometric drills.
More details: Dri-FIT Technology helps keep you dry and comfortable. Elastic waistband for a comfortable fit | Elastic waistband for a comfortable fit | Flat seams feel smooth against your skin | Fabric: Body: Dri-FIT 84% polyester/16% elastane. Mesh/mesh lining: Dri-FIT 77% polyester/23% elastane | Machine wash
Tips on how to put your compression garments on
Those are designed to be tight fitting and as such you should take care when putting them on to prevent damage to any part of the item. We would recommend taking your time and don’t force larger limbs through small openings whilst the materials used compression clothing do possess excellent elasticity qualities. Be especially careful with the clothing gripping areas which are always slightly less stretchy. It is often easier to progressively pull the clothing into place rather than try and get it on in a single movement. Enjoy 😉
Avi-8 are excited to announce the Blue Nylon in celebration of the 50th anniversary of a record-breaking year in the field of aeronautics and aviation. It celebrates the 1969 air race to commemorate the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic in 1919.
In an operation code-named BLUE NYLON by the RAF, a Harrier GR MK 1 aircraft was enlisted to participate in the Daily Mail Trans-Atlantic Air Race organised to commemorate the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic in 1919. On the 5th May 1969, Squadron Leader, Tom Lecky-Thompson, flew from a coal yard in St. Pancras Railway Station in London, to the Empire State Building in New York winning the fastest time in just 6 hours and 11 minutes.
The Blue Nylon Limited Edition, designed in collaboration with Jet Art Aviation, features genuine pieces of the fuselage of the original Harrier XV741 flown by Tom Lecky-Thompson.
Limited to 300 pieces and each uniquely numbered, the Blue Nylon will be an instant collectible.
At StylePilot we do like when it comes to testing a new product. This time we have not been disappointed: we had not one, but three products from the International salon and haircare brand Trevor Sorbie to try.
Those three new additions to the product range – revitalising silver & grey hair, taming natural curls and thickening hair – result from a growing demand for men’s grooming products, so we were told.
Below, the three new men’s grooming products to Trevor Sorbie’s haircare range:
Trevor Sorbie Mg – Silver Caffeine Shampoo
Trevor Sorbie Mg Silver Caffeine Shampoo reduces unwanted yellow tones and revitalises grey, white or blonde hair.
It has an amazing fragrance, and its (purple) colour makes it even cooler.
The ‘small prints’:
• Perfect for grey, white or blonde hair • Developed, tested & approved in the Trevor Sorbie award winning salons • SLS, Sodium Chloride & Paraben free • Cruelty free & vegan • 95% naturally derived ingredients • Made in Britain
Trevor Sorbie Mg – Curl Tamer Styling Cream
Trevor Sorbie Mg Curl Tamer Styling Cream controls, defines and enhances your natural curls. Perfect for those who want to get long-lasting control and definition whilst nourishing and strengthening the hair. It can be applied on dry or wet hair.
The ‘small prints’:
• Perfect for naturally curly hair • Contains a styling agent to give long-lasting control & definition without stiffness • Developed, tested & approved in the Trevor Sorbie award winning salons • SLS, Sodium Chloride & Paraben free • Cruelty free & vegan • 92% naturally derived ingredients • Made in Britain
Trevor Sorbie Mg Thicker & Fuller Thickening Spray contains botanical blends, multi-vitamins and amino acid complexes to add body and thickness to fine and thinning hair and care for the scalp.
The ‘small prints’:
• Perfect for helping hair look and feel thicker • Contains a botanical blend, multi-vitamin & amino acid complexes to help promote thicker hair & care for the scalp • Developed, tested & approved in the Trevor Sorbie award winning salons • Cruelty free & vegan • 97% naturally derived ingredients • Made in Britain
Available to buy online from trevorsorbie.com, Boots.com , Boots stores and Trevor Sorbie salons now.
Additional information: Vegan, cruelty free and featuring over 90% natural ingredients, this new collection has also been developed, tested & approved in the award-winning Trevor Sorbie salons.
blazer is a key component of the modern man’s style offering. It smartens up
casual looks with a tailored edge, yet exudes a more relaxed impression than a
suit. It will pair equally well with a denim and tee combination, or a crisp
shirt and tailored trousers.
believe the garment’s name is derived from the navy uniforms made for the crew
of the HMS Blazer in 1837, others claim it was due to the ‘emblazoned’ family
and school crests that were applied to 19th century blazers. Whatever
the origins of its name, its adoption into mainstream menswear stemmed from the
necessity of a casual style of jacket to thrown on at more laid-back occasions.
Here, we take a look at the crucial styles and factors to consider when investing in this wardrobe all-rounder.
The Cotton Blazer
A cotton blazer is suitable for dressing up a fine-gauge knit during transitional months, or pairing with crisp shirting and crew-neck tees during warmer weather. A navy two-button style is a wardrobe failsafe you can rely on time and again; the shade is timeless and will complement both micro-print patterns and solid colours layered beneath.
Where to wear it: To the office with your formal shirting and silk accessories, at the weekend with a crew-neck tee or merino knit. You can’t go wrong at most smart-casual occasions with a navy blazer.
The Wool Blazer
Given that the British climate is generally of a cooler persuasion, a wool blazer is an indispensable style suitable for wear throughout most of the year. A quality virgin wool or mohair blazer in a neutral shade will prove its worth and versatility each season, and retains warmth while remaining breathable.
Where to wear it: Wear it in the week dressed up with a striped silk tie and a crisp poplin-cotton shirt, or try it with an Oxford shirt and lean indigo denim for weekend drinks. Finish the look with leather derby shoes for the office, or penny loafers at the weekend.
The Linen Blazer
has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in recent seasons, and its suitability for
warmer climes makes it ideal for maintaining a polished appearance in summery
conditions. The fabric is renowned for its cooling, lightweight qualities due
to the breathability of natural linen fibres.
Where to wear it: Holidays to tropical climates or warm Mediterranean city breaks. Linen is also acceptable city wear in summer for those who want to beat the heat while remaining smart. Try it with a minimalist white polo tee abroad, or chinos and an open-collar shirt in town.
The Tweed Blazer
fabrics have been big news in menswear design for successive seasons, with
designers and brands reinterpreting this traditional British fabric in a modern
context with slimmer, more contemporary cuts. The dense weave of tweed cloth
means it retains warmth exceptionally well, explaining why it was used in the
past exclusively for outdoor sports. This makes it the perfect way to combat
the cold and damp British winters.
Where to wear it: Traditionally confined to the country, tweed has now made its way into the urban closet. Sunday lunch, weekend drinks, or strolls in the rural wilds are all acceptable occasions to don a tweed number. Wear it with sturdy boots in the country or polished leather brogues in town.
The Double-Breasted Blazer
double breasted blazer is rather like sartorial marmite – you either love it or
hate it. There’s certainly been a concerted effort to reinterpret this style
for modern tastes, and retailers from high-street to high-end are full of them.
Appearing a touch more formal than the single breasted, the overlapped,
double-button front creates a structured silhouette that broadens the
shoulders, offering a more masculine shape. It’s ideally suited to gents with
taller, more slender frames – avoid it if you’re shorter and stockier as it
broadens the chest and will make you appear squatter.
Where to wear it: In the city for work or play – it can transition nicely from the boardroom to after-hours dinner, and will make a sharp impression on a date. Try it with a lightweight cashmere roll-neck and printed silk pocket square for an elegant retro-inspired look.
the right fit for a blazer can be a bit of minefield, but following our simple
guide below will hopefully find you one that fits like a glove.
ideal sleeve length should finish just on your wrist bone and show about 2cm of
your shirt cuff. It shouldn’t be approaching your knuckles, nor should it be so
short that it shows your entire shirt cuff.
hem of the blazer should finish at your knuckles. It shouldn’t extend beyond
this and shouldn’t finish above the wrist (unless specifically a cropped
The Front Fastening
fastened, the jacket should sit comfortably showing the loose outline of your
waist. The material should not be ruching or pulling (too small), not should
there be so much excess fabric that your body shape is lost (too large).
Whether you’re wearing a two-button or three-button blazer, always leave the last button unfastened.
The shoulder seam of the blazer should sit naturally on the end of your shoulder. If it’s too small, the jacket will pinch and ruche around the shoulders, too large and the seam will be drooping over the edge of your shoulder.
ESSENTIAL HINTS & TIPS
Buying your blazer
synthetic fibres – they don’t breathe like natural cloths and ultimately won’t
last as long
buy into trends if they don’t suit you. You may be reading about the virtues of
the double-breasted blazer everywhere, but if you have a shorter, stockier
frame, it’s only going to make the situation worse
what you’re comfortable with – everyone has their own taste in apparel, and
rules are there to be broken, so if you feel like wearing a tweed jacket to the
office, go for it, but keep the rest of your ensemble smart and city-appropriate
just buy the first thing you see – do you research into brands to find the
perfect fit. Many brands have a signature cut which will suit certain
individuals, and once you’ve found yours, you can return to the brands each
season knowing what to expect
How to Care for your blazer
your blazers a rest – don’t wear the same blazer day after day. Instead, invest
in several and rotate them. Hang your blazer up after a day’s wear and let it air
before putting it back in your wardrobe
rid of those flimsy wire hangers you have left over from your last dry-cleaning
trip and invest in some broad-shouldered wood hangers for your blazers. These
will help maintain the shape of your blazer
dry clean too often. The dry cleaning process uses chemicals which gradually break
down material fibres with each treatment. We recommend dry cleaning no more
than twice a year for each garment to prolong its lifespan.
Whether you’re in the market for a pair of polished Oxfords for the office, a set of solid boots for outdoor pursuits or some sandals for an escapade to warmer climes, our ultimate footwear guide will ensure you are well-shod in all situations.
With their distinctive punched and wingtip detailing, the brogue is one of most traditional lace-up styles in the modern man’s shoe compilation. The decorative punched details are the key to shoe’s name: they were originally perforations to allow drainage when crossing damp bogs – ‘brogue’ is derived directly from this. Sturdy, versatile and striking the perfect balance between smart and casual, the brogue makes an easy pairing with tailored trousers, denim and chinos, making it a suitable style companion to most outfits. With a marked return to heritage dressing in menswear, the brogue has become an indispensible footwear investment.
Developed from a short boot with side slits popular at Oxford University in the 1800s, the Oxford shoe is the most formal footwear style today. Simple and clean-cut, they feature a ‘closed lace’ design, where the bottom of the lacing panel has been stitched to the front of the shoe (the vamp). Oxfords tend to be constructed from smooth leather and feature a simple toe-cap design, although variations in suede and other materials are common. The shoe of choice for city gents on office-bound days or formal functions, the classic Oxford is best styled with tailoring.
A more casual and multi-faceted take on the Oxford, Derby shoes feature an open-lace construction, (in contrast to Oxfords) where the bottom of the eyelet lace panels have not been stitched to front of the front of the shoe (the vamp). Suitable for wearing in both casual and dressier situations, the Derby shoe can be crafted from leather or suede and usually sports a simple clean-cut design, but can also feature a toe cap.
Best foot forward: Heavier-soled lace-ups tend to look better on well-built men. If you have a slimmer profile, opt for a less chunky construction. Extend the lifespan of your leather shoes by investing in a good wax-based shoe cream and giving them a good polish and buff once a fortnight. With suede shoes, use a quality suede brush and a waterproof protector spray to keep them in order.
The Hiking and Work Boot
Inspired by the footwear of explorers and working-class labourers of yesteryear, these heavy-duty designs have come to dominate the men’s boot market in recent seasons – largely due to designer’s proclivity for mountaineering gear and heritage dressing. No longer the preserve of the intrepid country rambler, this type of boot has found its way from the country to an urban setting and is ideal for tackling city pavements in challenging weather. With a lace-up front and a solid grip-sole, these study boots afford superb support for keen walkers and will also lend a rugged finish to any look. Wear them year-round with jeans and chinos, lightweight sporty jackets, textured knits and woollen peat coats.
The Chelsea Boot
Since their rise to popularity in the Sixties, Chelsea boots have earned cult status. Identified by their slip-on design featuring elasticised ankle inserts and a round or slightly pointed toe, Chelsea boots are ideal for the gent who wants to introduce a hint of rock ‘n’ roll attitude into his aesthetic. Designs are traditionally in leather or suede, with contemporary styles featuring details such as colour-pop inserts and metallic embellishments. Chelsea boots look their best when worn with slim or skinny jeans, or close-fitting trousers.
The Desert Boot
Also known as the Chukka boot, the style owes its name to the footwear worn by British troops engaged in the Western Desert Campaign during the Second World War. Typically made of suede or leather, these softly constructed boots feature a simple open-lace construction, a crepe sole and round toe. Comfortable and lightweight, Desert boots are a smart choice for the warmer months and will easily pair with all your casual apparel. Opt for a colour-pop or pastel hue to put a contemporary spin on your summer footwear.
Best foot forward: Boots are by nature are more casual than shoes, so pair them with your weekend looks unless you work in a more creative office where the dress code is more relaxed. Invest in a few pairs that will see you through the seasons: hiking and work boots will help you keep a firm footing in inclement conditions, whilst desert and Chelsea boots are an astute choice for the warmer months.
LOAFERS & MONK STRAP SHOES
The Penny Loafer
This classic style, usually crafted from leather or suede is defined by its simple slip-on design which features a cut-out detail on the front of the shoe. The smartest type of loafer, it’s easily adapted to wearing with tailored trousers and denim alike. Opt for classic tan, black and navy colours in the cooler months, swapping for jewel-tone or pastel-hued suede designs in the summer season.
The Tassel Loafer
A more casual style than the Penny loafer, this shoe is guaranteed to lend a dash of natty charm to your aesthetic. Featuring signature tassel fringing on the front, this preppy design can trace its origins to the colleges of 1950s America. Try them with lean dark-hued denim or tweed trousers for a sophisticated nod to vintage mode.
The Driving Loafer
These softly-constructed loafers feature a heelless sole, with leather lace detailing around the upper and front and a bobble-grip sole designed to provide firm traction on the pedals of a car. An easy summer style, they can be worn with almost any casual leg wear option.
The Monk Strap Shoe
A stylish alternative to lace-ups, monk straps have a decidedly elegant edge over other traditional shoes, and strike a well-executed balance between a formal Oxford and the more casual Derby. Defined by their buckle and strap fastenings (single or double straps are the norm), these shoes evolved from the footwear worn by 11th century monks, who appreciated the hard-wearing and practical design. Simply team them with a suit in the week or with your tailored chinos and knits at the weekend and they’ll earn you instant style credibility.
Best foot forward: Loafers are a superb smarter footwear option for the warmer months. Try wearing them sockless (or with invisible socks) and roll up your chinos or jeans a few centimetres for a fresh, contemporary look.
SANDALS & SLIP-ONS
The Fisherman Sandal
Fisherman-style leather sandals, which owe their origins to the ancient coastal communities of the Mediterranean, have made a big comeback in recent seasons. Designed so that water could easily drain out (essential when working on a fishing vessel), these traditional shoes will lend a dash of heritage charm to your feet. They’re versatile too, pairing equally well with both shorts and smarter trousers.
The Modern Sandal
Designed with a solid platform and an easy slip-on, slip-off design, these are ideal for wearing in exotic lands where removing your shoes before going indoors is customary. The airy open-toed construction of these styles gives your feet a chance to breathe after being incarcerated in darkness for the best part of the year.
With their jute sole, lightweight construction and breathable canvas upper, espadrilles are great for gents that want put a summery spin on their footwear, without exposing their toes. They make the perfect style partner to a striped Breton tee and tailored shorts.
Best confined to the pool, the humble flip-flop serves the wearer well in situations where water is a constant feature. Remember to pack a pair in your suitcase to wear with your favourite poolside apparel.
The Boat Shoe
This instantly recognisable style is crafted from leather or suede and sports signature lacing around the upper, and a leather lace-up front. First emerging in the 1930s with the rise of maritime pursuits amongst the leisured classes, these shoes are designed to have a firm grip on wet surfaces, making them ideal for wearing in places where water may come into the mix.
Best foot forward: Sandals were previously viewed as strictly holiday-wear only; this is no longer the case. A pair of minimalist sandals will look great worn in the city on a hot summer’s day with a pair of tailored shorts.
Shirting is one of the easiest areas to refresh in our style arsenal, but with such a vast array of designs to choose from, where do you begin? Our easy to follow guide will help you sort your Oxfords from your Marcellas, and have you looking crisp and polished whatever the occasion.
The Oxford Shirt
A menswear staple, every man will have one
or two of these in his wardrobe. A casual style, the Oxford shirt is identified
by its Oxford cloth, usually made of cotton or linen and woven with a fine
basket-weave. Some Oxfords have a chest patch pocket, others are pocket-free
and can either be plain or printed. Collars are often of the button-down
variety. A casual classic, Oxford shirts are lightweight and ideal for layering
with knitwear, or wearing solo in accordance with the season.
The Oxford shirt is a great all-rounder and can easily be smarted up with
tailoring, or worn casually with denim. During colder spells, pair with a tweed
blazer, swapping for a navy cotton jacket when the weather warms. On down days,
simply team with a pair of indigo jeans and pop-colour diving loafers
Where to wear it: During casual weekends paired with chinos or denim, or smart- casual occasions with tailored trousers and a blazer.
The Printed Shirt
Menswear is largely dominated by solid
tones, so a printed shirt can add a welcome dash of pattern to your aesthetic.
Whether you opt for an artful micro-print style, a traditional check or stripe
or a bold floral print, a printed shirt will bring a fresh dimension to plain
wardrobe staples. If a more subtle approach is your aim, a geometric
micro-print shirt is a great way to introduce pattern in a quieter fashion,
while the check shirt remains an essential ingredient in today’s menswear
offering. For the more daring gent, an abstract or bloom motif is will lend a
summery edge to any casual look.
Where to wear it: To offices with a creative outlook, after-hours drinks, weekend
Style tip: It’s best to avoid pattern overkill. If you’ve opted for a printed shirt, pair it with solid-tone separates for a more considered approach. A micro floral-print shirt will look great layered with a slim-fitting navy blazer and dark-hued denim.
The White Shirt
A backbone to both formal and casual looks,
the white shirt remains a timeless menswear classic. With formal white shirts
(defined by a stiff collar and long sleeves, sometimes with double cuffs),
gents with a stockier or larger frame should opt for the classic fit, which
offers a little more room. For slimmer gentlemen, opting for a closer slim cut
can bring a more modern feel to the look. Lightweight casual white shirts are a
great option for summer, and a loose-fitting linen or cotton style will be
cooling whilst lending an artistic touch to your outfit.
Where to wear it: To work with your weekday tailoring, formal events and off-duty
occasions layered beneath knitwear
Style tip: For a casual summer take, try a loose-fitting linen shirt with a pair of pastel chinos and loafers. Finish by nonchalantly rolling up your sleeves.
The Short-Sleeve Shirt
Previously seen as a relic of our
grandfather’s closet, short-sleeve shirts are back in a big way. Cotton or linen,
plain or printed, the style is the perfect for the warmer months, making them a
holiday wardrobe essential. Hawaiian shirts have shaken off their Magnum P.I.
and tasteless tourist associations, and have become a bona fide summer style
necessity, with high-end and high-street designers creating luxe, contemporary versions.
Short-sleeve shirts have equal styling merit with shorts and sandals as they do
with tailored trousers and chinos.
Where to wear it: Holidays in warmer climes, sultry days in the city, barbeques and
summer outdoor jaunts
Style tip: Avoid dressing up a short-sleeve shirt too much, and leave it out of formal office ensembles. It definitely still works best in casual situations. Invest in a dark-hued Hawaiian shirt for your next jet-set break to warmer climes and team it with a pair of light grey linen shorts, leather sandals and your favourite retro-inspired sunnies for a nonchalant holiday look.
The Dinner Shirt
The dinner shirt or dress shirt is a style
we see less and less of these days with the relaxation of dress codes and the
waning of black-tie events. Traditionally worn with a dinner suit, the style is
identified by a pleated, plain or textured pique ‘bib’ front (known as a
Marcella shirt) and double cuffs and is fastened with either enamelled metal
dressed studs, or buttons. This style of shirt can have a wing collar or a classic
spread collar. Traditional dinner shirts are cut in a classic fit, but
contemporary slim fits are a considered choice, particularly if you’ve opted
for a close-fitting jacket.
Where to wear it: Formal black tie functions
Don’t feel obliged to opt for the more ubiquitous wing collar when choosing a
dinner shirt. A classic spread collar offers a neater look as it folds over the
neckband of your bowtie and keeps it in place. This is particularly useful if
you don’t know how to tie your own bowtie and wish to conceal the clip and
According to one commonly cited statistic only 8% of everyone actually keep their New Year’s resolutions! So, for all the good intentions only a tiny fraction of us keep our resolutions. Let’s keep it simple and let’s keep the resolution list short!
For now let’s focus on sport: a healthy body for a healthy mind! And before we hit the gym, let’s look out for the best sport gear!
Lucky us, for this season SuperdrySport has thought of it all. Their range focuses on the finer details and product technicalities whilst continuing the brand’s celebration of self-expression and empowerment.
We really like that their SS19 range blurs the boundaries between sportswear and casualwear. The direct result is that they brought a stand-out collection designed to take athleisure to a new level.
The Active Sport range for men is an amalgamation of both indoor and outdoor training product, giving medium-impact support using lightweight and stretch materials to keep wearers comfortable and cool.
Colours & Fabrics
A palette of strong red, navy, white and grey is forefront with an injection of mono camo across hero items such as the Gym Tech Stretch Jogger and Ziphood, made with thermal properties to ensure ultimate comfort. Retro styling is modernised with tape and mesh detailing, providing an offering that’s comfortable enough to train in as well as kick back in.
Menswear’s tank tops in shades of olive and light grey are balanced with fluorescent orange cagoules, all with high visibility reflective detailing.
This range is functional yet sleek incorporating lightweight, seamless compression fabrics detailed with subtle reflective panels. Waterproof and wind resistant components mean whatever the weather conditions, this collection – let’s hope – will help conquer fitness goals.
Must have accessories
Have a great active 2019 year! And be one of those 8%! ;- )