Alongside the Body Blazer, Zaggora’s first range of upper body wear also includes vests and bra tops that have been crafted with technology-enhanced fabrics designed to help women maximise the results of their exercise routine.
The launch of Zaggora’s Body Blazer and upper body range follows the phenomenal success of the company’s iconic first product, HotPants, which have been snapped up by over half a million women in 119 countries across the world just 16 months after they appeared on the scene. Developed with the same revolutionary Celu-Lite fabric technology as HotPants, which is designed to harness the body’s natural heat during activity in order to help increase core temperature and calorie burn – the upper body styles channel the power of HotPants into clothing you can wear from head to toe.
The Body Blazer - as with each style in the new collection - marries the Zaggora philosophy of innovation and technology with a sense of style and comfort, ensuring that you both look and feel good while you’re working up a sweat.
The hero piece of the upper body range, Zaggora’s Body Blazer, is constructed to target the arms, tummy, chest and back areas, helping women to work these zones harder.
Zaggora creates smart products for smart women, which are designed to fit easily into every woman’s lifestyle no matter how busy they are – helping them lead happier, healthier and better lives.
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