News - 6th March 2018
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Power Up Your Autumn parkruns with MRP Sport

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Summer’s rolling out and winter’s rolling in… and even though the temperature’s about to start dropping, MRP Sport’s got the gear that’ll keep your motivation right up. Their newest active wardrobe essentials will see you through those autumn workouts, and right into winter.

 

Ladies… why not get moving in mauve. There’s nothing pale about this purple. It’s both super-feminine and super-strong, and perfect for powering up your parkrun motivation. Pair up their printed ombre leggings with an active tee, and layer up with a sleeveless puffer gilet – and go get that personal best time.

 

Time for a new pair of trainers? These purple Maxed Motion gym/studio trainers are where on-trend design meets gym-ready performance. Their lightweight design ensures a comfy, lightweight feel with every step, while the aerated insock ensure maximum, all-round breathability. And at R379,99, their priced perfectly too.

 

Whatever your winter workouts bring you, it’s all about smart layering with active pieces that make moving a breeze. Shop your layering faves on the MRP app (available on iOS and Android), shop in-store at your nearest MRP Sport store or shop online at www.mrpsport.com.

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