FILA Launches Women's Spirit Tennis Collection
(FILA USA) -- FILA Spirit Women’s Collection:
Tennis styles take on a playful, flirty twist, with the new FILA Spirit collection. Fun meets functional, as pieces are made with super-soft jersey and tons of pockets, while featuring bright colorways in pink surprise, royal spirit and lemon twist hues. A range of FILA Spirit fashions will be worn by FILA’s sponsored athletes on-court at the French Open.
The FILA Spirit collection includes two different silhouettes of tops. The FILA Spirit double layer tank features a contrast color inside bra with a center front pocket and adjustable straps. The triangle back tank was designed with an inside bra and contrast color binding at the armhole and neck.
The collection also includes a variety of bottoms, with a skort, short, ¾ capri, and lounge capri among the options. The drawcord skort has a 13” center back length, COOLMAX® EVERYDAY fabric crotch lining, and design details such as a tie and ruching on the wearer’s left side. The double layer short features a 3 ½” inseam as well as a contrast color knit waistband, undershort, and side panel. The ¾ capri was created with contrast color inserts and coverstitiching, with a pocket on the wearer’s left side. The lounge capri is embellished with a FILA jacquard elastic at the inside waistband with inside drawcord, elastic bottom cuffs, and a 25” inseam. The Spirit bra rounds out the collection. With contrast color binding at the armhole and neck and a FILA jacquard elastic, it’s the perfect complement to the lounge capri. All items within the line feature the silver cut out F-Box logo.
The FILA Spirit collection retails from $28 to $45 and is available on FILA.com and at tennis specialty retailers nationwide.
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