October 16, 2013
Hu-Nu Athletic Wear - New Products
MY THOUGHTS: I had a chance to try their Kenni Tank (above), Eli Tank, and the Cairo Top (left). While I like the Eli tank and the Kenni Tank. They are cute while still allowing me to move and exercise, but I am OBSESSED with the long sleeve Cairo top. It's made of 95% BAMBOO 5% SPANDEX and is ridiculously soft. It's smooth like butter against my skin which is only 1 of the things I love about it. I like that it's long sleeve, with the optional thumb holes to keep the sleeves from riding up. I also love the little zipper pocket where I can put my house key when out on a walk with the baby, or where I can keep my ID badge when at my work's gym. They think of everything! Hu-nu really thinks about what women want to wear when exercising and what they need. You shouldn't have to give up fashion just to get healthy. I think it's a great company with a stylish line!
To find out more visit them at: http://www.hu-nu.com/en/home
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