The first set Billy tried was the latest range from Ronhill. This set is equally at home road-running or in the gym. The Ronhill Contour Tights (£38) are made from a stretchy but supportive Powerlite fabric which is very comfortable, but also great for recovery. They have reflective tape for visibility and a small zip security pocket which is ideal for a few coins and a key but also big enough for your MP3 player.
Billy thought the Ronhill Advance T-shirt (£25) was very comfortable and liked the mesh panels. This T is designed to keep you cool and comfortable when you have a sweat on and the lightweight breathable fabric, flat-locked seams and relaxed fit certainly aided this.
Billy was wearing the Brooks Pavement running shoes throughout his training session. were also described as lightweight and were given the thumbs up.
The next outfit Billy tried was using Adidas Climacool fabric which is a polyester fabric with properties which allow for superior moisture management. This means that the fabric wicks away the sweat from the body so that you are more comfortable when working hard.
The Adidas Clima 365 Tee has vented panels in areas to keep you cool and encourage ventilation, a fairly relaxed fit and at £25 is a great price. Billy paired this with the matching Clima 365 woven shorts (£28), which use the same fabric and have two zipped pockets.
The final outfit selected for Billy is from Pro Touch. This is an exclusive brand to Pilch Sport in Norwich and offers great style at amazing price points. The Tee and shorts are both £22. The fabrics are extremely soft, lightweight and durable. Pro Touch also have a range of running shoes which are in stock from as little as £35.00.
Prices and availability checked 28 March 2014
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