Energy+ Boys' Fitness Bottoms - Navy Blue



Made for burning off energy while having fun.
Breathable and lightweight shorts so your child stays dry during and after exercise! Pockets on both sides, and a drawcord. Very soft material that is also easy to care for!
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Moisture managementAbsorbs perspiration for effective moisture management.Prevents chills.
SoftnessUltra soft synthetic fabric.
Easy maintenanceEasy care, stands up to repeated washing/drying.Very quick to dry.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Our Gym & Fitness textile collections for children aged 5 to 14:
The textile range was designed for children's gym and fitness activities (trampoline, step, circuit training, core work, stretching, etc.) and is ideal for keeping your child fit and healthy. The Domyos design team constantly strives to give you the perfect combination of softness and breathability. Our products are tested in real use and we regularly make changes based on customer feedback.
The perfect bottoms for fitness and other sports
A cut that was designed for all fitness activities. Fabric dries very quickly during and after exercise. Very easy care. The side pockets and drawstring ensure they stay up during workouts. Super soft fabric.
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Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester Yoke : 100.0% Polyester

Product test
This garment has undergone washing and drying tests to ensure that it retains its shape and colour. These tests are regularly conducted by an independent laboratory, and allow us to ensure that our quality standards are always upheld.
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