|Color:||Blue,Pink,Green,Yellow,Purple,Gray Blue,Navy Blue,Claret|
|Materials:||80% Nylon + 20% Spandex.|
|Reference:||This Model with Size M.|
|Scenes:||Yoga, Pilates, Running, Leisure, Fitness, Basic Exercises, etc.|
|Features:||1. Moisture-wicking fabric that draws sweat away from your skin to keep you dry.
2. Quick-drying material that allows you to move freely without feeling weighed down.
3. Lightweight construction that lets you focus on your practice without distraction.
4. Breathable fabric that promotes airflow to keep you cool and comfortable.
5. Stretchy material that moves with you for complete freedom of movement.
6. Flat seams and a gusseted crotch for chafe-free comfort.
7. Fitted design that flatters your figure and stays in place during your practice.
8. Versatile style that pairs well with a variety of tops and accessories.
9. Durable quality construction that stands up to frequent use and washing.
When it comes to washing your sportswear, here are some general tips to keep in mind:
1.Read the care label: Always check the care label for specific instructions.
2.Wash in cold water: Use cold water instead of hot to prevent shrinkage and damage to color.
3.Use a gentle detergent: Use a detergent that is gentle on fabric and won't leave behind any residue.
4.Avoid fabric softener: Fabric softeners can clog pores in synthetic fabrics, reducing their ability to wick away sweat.
5.Air dry: Avoid putting your sportswear in the dryer as high heat can damage the fabric. Instead, air dry or use a low heat setting.
6.Separate colors: To avoid color bleeding, separate your darks from your lights.
By following these tips, you can help extend the life of your sportswear and maintain its performance features.
Chromatic aberration is a type of image distortion that occurs when the lenses in a camera or other optical device do not properly focus all colors to the same point. As a result, the image produced may have color fringing or appear blurred around the edges of objects.
In the context of sportswear, chromatic aberration can also occur in product photos or promotional materials. This can be a result of poor lighting, camera settings, or printing processes, and can cause the colors of the clothing to appear different than they actually are in person,please refer to the actual product.