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Respect Your Universe line boasts specialized fabrics
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Apr '13
The spring 2013 collection from Respect Your Universe, Inc., a performance lifestyle apparel brand, offers rigorous performance, convenient comfort and fashion-forward style to outfit an athlete's workout and everyday wardrobe.

"Choosing what to wear is an important decision we make every day, and so often this choice can either limit or enhance our daily activities," said Kofi Brown, Respect Your Universe chief marketing officer.

"Whether you're hitting the gym or checking errands off your list, your wardrobe should be as dynamic as your lifestyle. Respect Your Universe's spring 2013 line will give our customers the confidence they need to focus on the task at hand -- trusting that their attire will support them wherever the day leads."

The spring collection boasts specialized fabrics and construction with patent-pending design innovations, including temperature and moisture control as well as wind and water protection.

Respect Your Universe is also doing its part to reduce its carbon footprint by using organic cotton, recycled polyester and recycled nylon. The spring line is comprised of up to 90 percent organic and recycled materials, utilizing some of the best yarn and fabric suppliers in the world.

The spring 2013 Respect Your Universe line offers performance apparel and accessories for both men and women.

About Respect Your Universe

Respect Your Universe, Inc., is a performance lifestyle apparel brand focused on the needs of the athlete. The men's and women's activewear lines are designed for an athletic consumer and suited for a performance lifestyle. The Respect Your Universe brand is based on respect, strength, honor and sustainability.

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