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Woman can stay in the sun all summer long with UV Cut
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Jun '11
UNIQLO have created a collection of sportswear ranges that not only look good, but actually help to benefit and care for your body whilst exercising.

As the summer months fast approach, everyone is thinking the same; get fit, stay healthy and look great. With exercise the key to these three things, UNIQLO have created a collection of sportswear ranges that not only look good, but actually help to benefit and care for your body whilst exercising.

UNIQLO DRY LUX, developed with leading fibre innovators Toray, helps to keep you cool and fresh in the heat with breathable fibres and anti-bacterial properties. UNIQLO DRY and DRY MESH collections have been designed with exercise in mind, allowing for highly breathable garments whilst not compromising ease of movement. Styles include super bright neon breathable mesh women's t-shirts and tanks, zip up raglan tops, 80's style scallop edged shorts and innovative wireless sports bras.

This summer, UNIQLO have launched a range of UV protective clothing called UV Cut. UV-blocking garment capabilities have been added to the fibres of the UV Cut collection to help protect the skin from ultraviolet rays, up to a factor of 40 UPF*, helping you can stay in the sun all summer long.

The UNIQLO sports collections are available in colour blocking brights for trend conscious sports-types, as well as muted tones and patterns. Styles range from vest tops, to short sleeve hoodies and jackets, as well as shorts, skirts, cropped trousers and relaxed bottoms.

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