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Agoo Apparel offers UV protected active wear for kids
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Leading Canadian clothing company Agoo Apparel makes UV Protected children's attire fashionable as well as functional. Kids will no longer have to wear traditional looking beach suits just to be protected while playing in the sun. Agoo has designed an innovative and stylistic line of clothing with a 50+ rating against harmful Ultra Violet rays.

Called the "Lululemon of Kids Clothes", Agoo Apparel goes one step further by adding necessary sun protection along with performance features such as Wick-Away, which pulls moisture away from the skin and Stain Resistance, which helps keep garments looking better, longer.

Designer and president JB Sacallis has two young children of her own, and knows the importance of clothing that meets the needs of both parent and child. She wants kids to be comfortable and safe so they can take advantage of the company's motto and "Stay Out and Play!" a little longer.

This new direction in children's apparel is the first of its kind: It keeps children protected while allowing them to sport the latest trends. Body concious styling such as longer sleeves, stretch fabric and a relaxed fit are just a few of the features that Agoo brings to each piece. Known as the leading clothing company for children's active wear, this season Agoo makes sure your kids are safe and protected while enjoying the summer sun.

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