Sportswear brand, CONTRA, has launched a replacement range of sportswear for men and ladies for 2020.
Founded in 2017, with their online store going sleep in 2018, CONTRA was created by Paul Sinton-Hewitt, the founding father of parkrun, which organizes free, weekly, timed 5k community events around the world.
CONTRA design and make sportswear that matches and flatters people of all shapes, sizes, and skills, in bold, non-gender specific colors. All products are made up of top quality technical fabrics from sustainable sources and made in European factories with good working conditions, where workers are paid a good wage. The profits of all CONTRA sales directly go into supporting parkrun.
The new 2020 CONTRA range features sportswear for all temperatures and times of the year. The new Haga base layer and Okanagan half-zip top for men and ladies are made up of super soft TENCEL™ yarn, for warmth and breathability within the winter months.
For the spring and summer months ahead, CONTRA has added a shirt to their men’s range, featuring loose fit confidence and luxury. In their women’s range, a replacement light capri pant has been launched, cut slightly below the knee from lightweight, technical stretch fabric, moving with you as you run.
CONTRA founder Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE said that after a hugely successful first year of online trading, they are excited to continue their passion for producing top quality, ethical sportswear, with sizes to suit everyone by launching our new range for 2020. He added that as most is different and has different preferences for the sportswear they are most comfortable in, they have worked hard to introduce a variety of designs to suit every individual.
More information about CONTRA can be often found on their website https://contra-movement.com.
Further details on parkrun, including event dates and locations, are often found at https://www.parkrun.org.uk/.