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BAE LAYERS

FITNESS and wellbeing

Geddit? Bae… layers? Never mind. It probably hasn’t escaped you’re attention, but it’s getting colder. Summer is a thing of the past and, as the Starks keep telling us, winter is coming. Doesn’t mean your fitness routine should suer though. Introducing Odlo’s Blackcomb Evolution base layer range, designed to help you take on the most extreme winter conditions in style. The range keeps you warm and sweat-free, and is packed with high-tech features that make all the dierence to your winter performance. Seamless knitting technology guarantees comfort while active, and several clever ‘zones’ have been strategically incorporated into the design to optimise. The range is made up of shirts with face masks, crew necks, pants, and comes in a range of colours.

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