11th July 2023
Some of the new activewear range collaboration between This Girl Can and Tesco
This Girl Can activewear available at Tesco
This Girl Can has teamed up with Tesco to release an exclusive line of activewear under the in-house clothing brand F&F.
Aiming to inspire and help women to enjoy an active life by providing a stylish and accessible clothing line, the range is available in 264 Tesco stores now and will be available for 12 weeks.
Shops in Sussex selling the clothes include Chichester Extra, Crawley Extra, Eastbourne Extra, Gatwick Extra, Hastings Extra, Horsham Extra, Littlehampton Superstore, Shoreham-by-sea Extra, and West Durrington Extra.
The initial collection, which bears the iconic This Girl Can logo, caters for both women and girls, and is available in sizes 8-22, XS-XL and ages 5-14, so that everyone can feel a part of This Girl Can.
And because we are very aware of the impact the increased cost of living is having on people’s ability to get active, all items are priced from £10-£18 and suitable for all types of activity.
Kate Peers, This Girl Can’s strategic lead for campaigns, said:
“This Girl Can is all about celebrating women being active in a way that’s right for them, in all its sweaty, jiggly glory.
“So we are thrilled to be partnering with Tesco, the UK’s largest retailer, to produce an activewear range in a variety of inclusive sizes that is not only comfortable and stylish, but affordable – perfect for being active this summer.”
The range is crafted using a high-performance fabric and is designed to be stylish, comfortable and affordable.
For women, the range includes a white t-shirt, aqua t-shirt, performance sweatshirt, pattern crop top, patterned legging, black leggings, cycling shorts, baggy shorts, coral vest, and black vest.
For girls, aged 5-14, the range is made up of an orange t-shirt and black leggings set, a white t-shirt and orange cycling shorts set, and a patterned crop top and leggings set.
This summer we are asking you to share your experience with exercise – has it been a journey for you where you started off doing nothing and have now made it part of your weekly routine? Or have you always been physically active and, if so, what motivated you to carry on?