Introducing Superdry Sport | Harmony Blaze
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Sunday, 25 October 2015

Introducing Superdry Sport


I don't think there is many things that motivate me to get my ass in the gym more than new kit. I mean there's no point buying it if you're not going to use it is there? So when I heard that one of my favourite brands on the planet was launching a new range of fitness wear, I just had to get my hands on it...

If I could only buy clothes from one store for the rest of my life, I think I could happily pick Superdry without hesitation. Their clothes are always functional and fashionable and have the durability to hang around in your wardrobe for years.

Thankfully (otherwise this post would be a big disappointment), I am pleased to say that the above also applies to their new Superdry Sport collection too. Available in three colours (Charcoal, Navy & Fluro Pink) their new collection of female sportswear has been seen adorning the bodies of the likes Kylie Jenner, Kayla Isines and Kim Hartwell to name just a few.

As you can see, I have added the Eclipse Navy & Fluro Pink Gym Sports Bra (£19.99) and the matching Gym Running Capri Leggings (£24.99) to my ever expanding collection of gym wear recently and I have to say I think these may actually be the most comfortable items I have ever owned for working out in. The fabric is super soft and has just the right amount of stretch in it to give you the freedom you need to move around whilst in the gym and the bra offers just the right amount of support for a low impact workout (I'm not sure it would be great for running in though). 

Functionality aside, the kit looks great too with vivid Superdry detailing and branding. The bra has a racer back featuring a subtle Superdry Sport logo and a soft elasticated band that hugs you just under the bust, featuring the bright Fluro Pink in stark contrast to the Eclipse Navy. Whilst the Capri Leggings are anything but subtle with their contrast stitching and Fluro Pink print down the left leg.

Often when non-sports brands enter the realms of sport wear they get it wrong, either opting for over functionality or being to fashion led with their offerings. However, Superdry seem to have found that fine balance between the two and come up with a great range. I just need to add the Charcoal pieces to my stash before they sell out!

Have you tried the Superdry Sport range out? What items did you pick out and what did you think? Let me know below and I'll catch up with you again soon, until then though x


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