Fruit of the Loom is a perfect choice for schoolwear, whether it’s easy-care 65/35 polos and T shirts in the classroom, warming sweats or fleece in the playground or ‘cool wear’ Performance T’s on the sports field, you can be assured of the highest quality garments, that will look good term after term.
The Kids 65/35 Polo and Long Sleeve 65/35 Polo (170/180gsm) are made from easy-care 65% polyester, 35% cotton. Specially designed for schoolwear they can be washed at 60°C, dry quickly and require minimal ironing. Thanks to Fruit of the Loom’s comprehensive colour palette, these polos will satisfy the majority of education establishments, while the best dyes guarantee colour fastness and consistency across styles and batches. They are hard working polos that score A* for quality.
Sweats are a uniform essential and Fruit now offers three collections; Classic, Lightweight and Premium, which span the school years from primary to college.
The brand’s Premium Sweats collection features six key styles including schoolwear staples Set-In and Raglan Sweats. Made from 280gsm, brushed fabric, these 70% ring spun cotton, 30% polyester sweats, offer a super soft feel and excellent handle.
All of Fruit’s Lightweight and Classic Sweats are made from 80% cotton Belcoro yarn, 20% polyester for a smoother embellishment surface, with fewer loose fibres. There are a number of styles available in the Classic range including essentials such as jog pants and sweat jackets, ideal for after school clubs.
Kids Lightweight Jog Pants and Hooded Sweats are made from 240gsm unbrushed fabric and are available in sizes age 5 through to 15. The jogs come in black, heather grey and deep navy while the hooded sweat comes in 11 bright and neutral shades – perfect for PE.
Every garment in Fruit of the Loom’s schoolwear range is tested to conform to the highest British (BS), European (EN) and International standards (ISO). Tests include button and stitch strength, as well as fabric durability, ensuring it can withstand even the most active kids.
For more information visit www.fruitoftheloom.co.uk