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Superior Group unveils SimplySoft line of scrub uniforms
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Mar '14
Fashion Seal Healthcare, a signature brand of Superior Uniform Group, Inc., announces the release of their new SimplySoft line of scrub uniforms, as seen in their newly released Scrub Catalog 406. Part of their FSH Soft Series, the retail-inspired line includes scrubs shirts, pants and warm-ups with a soft brushed finish in a 65/35 poplin that is industrial-laundry friendly.
 
Fashion Seal Healthcare’s new SimplySoft brushed poplin line comes in the five vibrant color options of Ciel, Navy, Peacock, Pewter and Royal in unisex and ladies’ styles.
 
Paired with stylish designs, the SimplySoft line utilizes a lightly brushed finish to provide a soft, comfortable wear for end-users, while remaining a product that can be laundered in the industrial environment. 
 
Key benefits include:  
-Soft hand to fabric for enhanced comfort.
-Retail-inspired styles to please style-conscious employees including side-flex panels & cargo pockets Industrial-laundry friendly, creating a value-added product for laundries & end-users.
 
“The Fashion Seal Healthcare brand has a history of producing forward-thinking healthcare apparel and the SimplySoft line continues our development efforts as it drives our brand to the next level,” said Lisa Stewart, Vice President of Design. “The SimplySoft line offers stylish scrub uniforms in rich colors, packed with great features and is the first brushed product developed specifically for the industrial-laundry atmosphere.”
 

Superior Uniform Group


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