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Devigi launches high performance fitness apparel line
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Nov '12
Lose the frumpy T-shirts and sweatshirts and make room in your closet for Devigi, the newest line of high performance, high fashion fitness apparel designed to make women and men look good, feel good and eager to pump up the intensity of any workout.

The product line incorporates luxuriously soft fabric made from bamboo, which is naturally antimicrobial, thermal regulating, and UV protecting. It will be available online December 1st.

The clothing is comfortable, stylish and flattering, perfect for those who feel their bodies may not be "gym ready" or prefer a more versatile option in fitness apparel. On women, from sizes 0-18, Devigi enhances the right curves while camouflaging others and easily goes from the gym to school pick up.

For men, the bamboo fleece offers a cozy, streamlined fit providing the look of a sweater with the feel of a favorite fleece.  The Devigi Men's quarter zip looks great after the gym, on the green or the 19th hole.  Devigi products are constructed to survive the toughest cross-training class and also look great at the coffee shop.

Devigi has been created by Nadine Gelberg, a Ph.D. in sport technology policy and fitness buff. "Devigi is committed to uniting performance and fashion to deliver the confidence that compels people to kick up their workout.  Devigi does not want people to just do it, but to reach for intensity," said Dr. Gelberg.

The initial Devigi collection includes:

  • Women's Belleco Tops
  • Women's Intensa Bottoms
  • Women's Covers
  • Men's Covers

Devigi designs and manufacturers fitness apparel that combines style and performance to make its customers feel good and look great.

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