Saints launch sustainable cycle wear range

By SFC Media time Wed 16 Sep Environmental Responsibility

Whether you’ve been inspired by Franny Benali’s exploits to take up cycling, or simply want to show your Saints colours while on your bike in the New Forest, get kitted out with our new range of cycle wear made sustainably in collaboration with Presca.

The stylish range of high-performance teamwear is ideal for our cycle-loving fans, having been created by Presca using 100% recycled materials such as end-of-life plastic bottles, carpets and fishing nets, while ensuring your comfort on the bike.

Look smart in the Cycling Elite Jersey, made from 100% recycled polyester and featuring three rear pockets, highly breathable side panels, and a lightweight, close fit.

The Cycling Elite Bib Shorts showcase a range of features to guarantee high performance whether you’re on the track or the road, including premium Italian Chamois pads, a 70mm silicone cuff, and a wide comfort shoulder.

You can also protect yourself from the elements with the Cycling Elite Jacket, featuring a lockable zip, and accentuated spray flap, and a reflective stripe and tab.

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Southampton’s commitment to sustainability and reducing our impact on the environment led to the collaboration with Presca who maintain a production process and supply chain that minimises their impact on the planet. Their key manufacturing partner uses 100% renewable energy to make their garments.

Presca manufacture in the UK and Europe to reduce emissions while building strong relationships with partners across their supply chain who share Presca's ethical and environmental values, ensuring fair treatment of their workers.

Southampton Football Club’s Director of Sales and Stadium Experience, Anthony Cole-Johnson, commented: “We are delighted to be teaming up with Presca to launch a range of high performance cycle wear that our fans will love.

“Presca’s commitment to producing high quality, sustainable sportswear while keeping their impact on the environment at a minimum aligns with our own club values.”


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