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Scottish RSK adds Brazilian attire for women
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May '10
Sportswear company RSK Sports has introduced a new range of feminine fitness products – all the way from Brazil. The online provider of fitness clothing has complemented its current collection of brands like Nike and Reebok with a new Brasilfit range from Brazil, adding a sample of this Brazilian attire for women in the UK, Europe and beyond.

However, this exotic brand is a world apart from where the business was this time in 2009.

RSK Sports' founder and managing director, Raymond Simpson started the online business just under a year ago and is pleased at how far it's come in so little time. He said: “It's strange to think that, this time last year I was selling T-shirts through eBay and now I'm making calls to HMRC to ask about customs duty on Brazilian imports!”

Speaking of the new sportswear deal, Mr Simpson said: “I'm delighted to have secured this deal with Brasilfit, it's so exciting to be able to supply a range that is all about energy and vibrancy, like this one.”

“For now, we've launched five Brasilfit products – there is a sports vest, crop top, gym shorts, dance pants, and knee-length leggings. We're hoping these will sell really well so we can offer the full range soon.”

He added: “All the items are lightweight and tough, helping to regulate your body temperature during exercise.”

Brasilfit is actually an Australian company that specialises in unique and fashionable sports and leisure wear, but the items are crafted in Brazil with the “energy and essence” of the country.

And it seems that the sportswear range isn't the only thing full of energy – as Mr Simpson explained why he started RSK Sports in the first place.

“Fitness is something I feel strongly about – I want everyone to get into fitness and having the right clothing makes a massive difference to how enjoyable exercise is,” he said, adding: “I've just signed up for this year's Great North Run!”

RSK Sports


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