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£22 £45

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Slouch gym t-shirt in a dark grey with 'It's cool to Sweat' printed on the chest.

Product details This slouchy printed over tee is the most effortless cover-up in any workout wardrobe. Crafted in lightweight and sweat-wicking fabric for multi-sport performance, and with a dropped back hem that looks beautiful with leggings, it is a go-to look that will rise to every active occasion.Available online only.
  • Lightweight sweat-wicking fabric keeps you dry and comfortable
  • Relaxed fit through the body for free movement
  • Great worn alone or as a versatile layer for all workouts
  • Model wears size S and is 178cm/5'10" tall
  • Fabric & Care Composition: Polyester ElastaneThis lightweight polyester fabric is highly durable and quick drying, constructed from manmade fibres. The elastane content ensures the fabric supports the body in movement whilst maintaining a soft hand feel against the skin. It is easy care and retains colour wash after wash.Care:
  • Wash at 40°C (104°F) on reduced spin
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not dry clean
  • Always follow the care instructions on the actual garment care label as this may have additional information.

    Sweaty Betty

    Launched more than 13 years ago in Notting Hill, Sweaty Betty was created to provide beautiful clothing for women with active lifestyles in a context of pure masculine-focused sportswear. Today, the label is known for its clever mix of fashion and function, and their designer collaborations offer a fresh approach to the global athleisure phenomenon. See the looks in Cosmopolitan, Glamour and Vogue.

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