Sneak peek: Superdry's new active wear range

We're talking smoother-than-butter leggings.

Superdry, the brand renowned for making your post-workout, long haul flights or Sunday mornings the most comfortable they’ve ever been, have just released a new range of activewear, and the excitement is real. From David Beckam to Kristen Stewart, Superdry has gained an impressive following of celebrities over the years, and for good reason. The Japanese-American inspired brand has become a staple in casual lifestyle wear, and an essential addition in any fit-girl’s wardrobe.

So what can we expect from the new Superdry Sport range?

Boasting the same quality smoothness and casual feel as their beloved hoodies and t-shirts, the new Superdry Sport range combines high-tech fabric and vivid logos to make your workouts stand out, every single time. The grey and purple hues have certainly grabbed our attention. With their stylish colour-blocking and fashionable detailing, the state of the art performance fabric guarantees to whip off those beads of sweat long before they even surface.
The iconic logo appears prominently on the front leg of their smoother-than-butter Sprint Capri Leggings, hugging you in all the right places. As far as their range of motion goes, we trialled and tested to officially confirm the quality fabric moves with you, for you. Meanwhile, the dip-dye lightweight cagoule is perfect for a winter morning stroll and features a fully lined hood with bungee cord adjuster, back vent, two front pockets, elasticated cuffs and bungee cord hem.
Superbly crafted with edgy details like thumb holes and conviniently placed headphone sockets, the whole range makes sure you’re ready to jump start that workout.


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