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H.E by Mango unveils new performance sportswear line
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Aug '14
H.E. by MANGO launches its new performance collection. Designed and created to satisfy sporting requirements, these garments have a stamp of authenticity thanks to the diversity of fabrics and the variety and quantity of washes.The designs in this highly innovative collection are divided according to different physical activities. 

Consequently, the training line is made up of fleece garments, training trousers and 100% cotton t-shirts. There is also a range of more technical and breathable products with ergonomic lines made of cotton and polyester, which add comfort and modernity to this part of the collection. In the running line, the designs acquire different characteristics.

Garments produced in nylon/spandex or polyester/spandex which adapt by hugging the contours of the body, in such a way that offers the comfort and mobility required to run in a natural way.

The collection, which will go on sale in September, will be available at certain H.E. by MANGO physical stores in countries such as Spain, Germany, Belgium, Russia and Turkey as well as on website. The collection has been created to cater for every need of the runner, with breathable fabrics which expel perspiration and offer protection from inclement weather. Windbreakers, sweatshirts, t-shirts and a wide range of trousers make up the collection and make it possible to create a total running outfit.

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