boohooMAN.com Launches New Activewear Collection which features European cruiserweight champion, Lawrence Okolie
Global online fashion retailer boohooMAN.com announced the launch of their second Activewear collection. Featuring some of the most recognisable names across the world of fitness and sport, the collection delivers multi-functional gym wear designed to keep you training better, for longer.
The 50-piece collection focuses on offering high quality, true performance wears to make workouts easier, more comfortable, and aesthetically elevated. The collection is made from lightweight, four-way stretchable fabric and features innovative technology designed to disperse excess sweat equally throughout the clothing. With a specific focus on carefully considered design, the collection utilises physique-accentuating fits to ensure the range not only looks good but is both comfortable and functional.
The latest Activewear drop from boohooMAN combines quality with functionality. Whilst a minimal neutral colour scheme provides a consistently clean finish.
The collection features some of the most prominent names within the fitness industry, including personal trainers and fitness stars Simeon Panda, the Harrison twins, Fabrice Lemmonier, and European cruiserweight champion, Lawrence Okolie.
Sizes are available up to 5XL on selected lines, with prices starting at £8. The collection is available at: https://www.boohooman.com/mens/activewear
The Rio 2016 Olympian took the European cruiserweight title from Belgian Yves Ngabu, who had a 20-0 record at the time. The fight, which was on the undercard of the Josh Taylor (16-0, 12 KOs) vs Regis Prograis (24-1, 20 KOs) World Boxing Super Series final in London, was stopped in the seventh round after the 26-year-old from Hackney landed a left hook and then a big right hand which left Ngabu unsteady on his feet.
"I could hear him get more and more tired," Okolie told Sky Sports. "If I hit any cruiserweight on the chin then they're going to go."
"I believe he will breeze his way to a world title," added promoter Eddie Hearn. "Watch him become a world champion in 2020."