After the perfect gift for the parkrunner in your life? Whether a stocking filler, tree present, or something that little bit special, CONTRA have got you covered.
Not only is every item created from top quality material in European factories where staff are treated fairly, but every item comes in ten sizes for both men and women and all profit comes back to parkrun, helping to keep events free, for everyone, forever. Check out this year’s favourite gifting ideas….
The Haga base layer is a must-have addition to any activewear wardrobe. Made from a Merino wool blend, the base layer is perfect for keeping chills at bay, either layered under a tee or jacket or to wear as a standalone piece. Available in both burgundy and green.
Lightweight and comfortable, the Pollok long sleeve is perfect for those crisp days filled with walking, jogging or running. The peppermint fresh colour is ideal for winter, and is finished with reflective logos on the front and reverse for low-light conditions.
The best selling Severnoe hoodie is a favourite amongst parkrunners. Designed to be light enough to walk or run in, yet warm enough to leave you feeling cosy during that post-parkrun coffee or volunteer stint. Featuring thumbholes, reflective logo detailing and a hood for ultimate comfort.
Treat your legs with the Lillydale tights. Designed to move with you, the tights are finished with a high waistband, drawstring tie and a zipped pocket on the reverse to keep that barcode safe whilst parkrunning. Made from a high-quality, technical Italian stretch fabric.
The FTG beanie makes a great stocking filler. Available in three colours and two sizes the beanie is made from a Merino wool blend for ultimate warmth and comfort.
For the extra special person in your life, treat them to the Breakwater jacket. The technical jacket is cut from breathable, shower-proof WINDEX fabric, designed to keep you warm and dry on damp days and is super lightweight, ideal for wearing during parkrun.
Don’t forget to shop via the CONTRA app for 10% off every item and free delivery.
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