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Spiro launches junior fitness range
Building on its activewear range for adults, fitness brand Spiro has launched a junior range for school PE lessons.

By Laura Turner

13 December 2013

Using the same highly engineered performance fabrics as the adult collection, the children’s range offers wicking and windproof properties, and is held in stock all-year-round.

Garments available include a lightweight, Junior Quick Dry T-shirt with performance-base layer available in sizes 5-6 years to 11-12 years, with matching Junior Bodyfit Base Layer Shorts in a micro-stretch soft athletic fabric. To complete the look is the Junior Skort. Available in black or navy in sizes 5-6 to 11-12 years, it offers an alternative to traditional sports skirts and gym pants and includes a reflective Spiro print logo.


 
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