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UNIQLO unveils Heattech line designed for optimal comfort
Sep '13
UNIQLO announces the lineup for its 2013 collection of signature HEATTECH highly functional winter apparel, featuring great new designs and innovative performance enhancements - for a line of exceptionally comfortable garments.

Highlights in the new collection include enhancements to the women's innerwear line, to make it even softer on the skin, and brand new items such as sweaters, leggings pants, and corduroy jeans - allowing UNIQLO customers to clad themselves from head to toe in the comfort of HEATTECH this winter. This year, UNIQLO is also adding a new HEATTECH Extra Warm line, to offer even greater protection from the cold.

As the HEATTECH brand enters the second decade since its 2003 debut, UNIQLO continues to expand the lineup. UNIQLO is offering a selection of some 250 different HEATTECH items for the 2013 fall, winter season, responding to customer feedback to add new designs and enhance the functionality of the popular product line.

Mindful that HEATTECH garments are often worn directly against the skin, UNIQLO continues to refine and improve the line's design and fabric to ensure it offers the lightest, softest touch and the maximum level of comfort. By expanding the already extensive HEATTECH lineup, UNIQLO aims to offer customers a selection that keeps them warm and comfortable in any environment this winter.

Great new items from the 2013 HEATTECH collection are now on sale at UNIQLO stores in 14 markets worldwide, and online with many more on their way over the coming weeks and months.

New HEATTECH Items, Now Available

This season, UNIQLO has added new HEATTECH items that go far beyond the brand's signature innerwear, including HEATTECH sweaters for men and HEATTECH leggings pants and corduroy pants for women. These new items complement popular mainstays returning from last season, such as HEATTECH fleece and jeans, creating a massive selection of about 250 great items of HEATTECH apparel.

By offering an even more comprehensive collection, featuring a wider range of outerwear, UNIQLO aims to offer customers HEATTECH that keeps them warm in any environment this winter. Women sensitive to the cold are sure to welcome the arrival of HEATTECH Waist Warm Short Pants, featuring body warmers. These new innerwear lines are specifically designed to protect the waist and hips from the cold.

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