The new Esprit Sports collection combines modern urban wear aesthetic with functional designs: large logo-prints adorn Organic Cotton hoodies and tanks as well as jersey tights. Key styles of the collection include a delicate red strapped sports bra created from functional E-Dry materials with fast-dry and breathable fabrics and the new lightweight parka. Depending on individual style and training intensity, the new Esprit Sports collection provides versatility for any and every occasion.
Its colors persuade amongst others through trench coats in energetic red, clean white tanks, along with deep blue outdoor jackets adorned with pink highlights. Gym bags, pouches, parkas, phone holders and water bottles are the perfect accessories to complete the sportswear collection and complement each look. The collection appeals to the casual couch potato as well as the health and fitness aficionados - those who confidently proclaim: “We’re bold, we’re proud, we’re Esprit Sports.”
The new Esprit collection is available online via www.esprit.com
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Fueled by the vision of essential positivity, Esprit was founded in California by couple Susie and Doug Tompkins in 1968. Inspired by the revolutionary spirit of the 60s the brand developed a clear philosophy – always celebrating real people and togetherness, in line with the brand's promise: “We want to make you feel good to look good”. The success story of Esprit is based on two pillars: Delivering joy every day through laid-back tailored, high quality essentials and carefully selected fashion-forward pieces while staying true to its core values of sustainability, equality and freedom of choice. Example: In the early 90ies, long before "Eco Fashion" became fashionable, Esprit debuted its first “ecollection” made of 100% organic cotton and featured its own team instead of models in in honor of their “Real People Campaign.”
Keeping this spirit alive since day one, today Esprit has a presence in 40 countries around the globe. Esprit’s headquarters are located in Germany and Shanghai.