Canadian running brand Ciele Athletics has announced the launch of a new line of t-shirts and tank tops called the 'Not So Basic Collection.' The new range of performance-focused "basics" will consist of colorful shirts and tanks, all of which are made from an engineered knit fabric comprised of 60 percent recycled cotton and 40 percent recycled polyester.
Ciele opted for recycled cotton as this material is highly breathable and cool, and recycled polyester for its sweat-wicking properties. In addition, the pieces come equipped with other functional elements such as an anti-chafe flatlock construction, nighttime reflectivity, and an anti-odor coating.
For those interested, the entire Not So Basic Collection is now available to purchase on Ciele Atheltics' website.
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Ciele Athletics' Debuts Its 'Not So Basic Collection' For Runners
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