June Bloom: Flower Power on the Track
2019 is the 12 months of moody flora. Of tenacious attractiveness. Of appearing the true complexity of girls… of petals, sure, but additionally of thorns.
The florals are in, simply upload energy. We had been extremely joyful to pre-launch the new June Bloom Collection ON THE TRACK at Portland Track Festival this previous weekend. It’s a part of our dream: to look a whole transformation of favor to the fierce wonderful thing about serve as… to energy and muscle and style and the humble providing of 1’s talents to the window of alternative.
THE STYLES. All made with our loved Plya Interlock material, recognized for being light-weight however extremely compressive.
The June Bloom Collection is made in the USA.
- June Bloom Racerback Bra. We up to date our Spandos Bra with this design, elongating the bra and lengthening the width/energy of the chest band. Wear testers document a super-supportive are compatible, suitable for high-impact as much as a C cup, or medium- to reduced impact for D+
- June Bloom Mini Shorts. Same as our Spandos Minis, those shorts are compressive and highly spiced rapid.
- June Bloom Shorts. Go lengthy with an extended inseam!
- June Bloom Capris. This design is the similar as our common Spandos Capris
THE ATHLETES. I extremely counsel you observe those unbelievable athletes. Each one has their very own distinctive tale, and all are posed to do large issues this season!
June Bloom in the steeple. Megan Rolland and Alexina Wilson opened their steeple seasons with a dash! (get it?) Alexina snuck beneath the USA same old in nine:49 – her quickest opener ever! And consummate veteran Megan Rolland shone in her first race in entrance of her 3 young children (dressed in their lovely little ear protectors), working a cast nine:58 to begin her season.
June Bloom working the 1500m. Rebecca Mehra (aka Long Legs Mehra) helps to keep bettering in each race. She cruised to a cast Four:12.65…that sub-Four:10 is coming!
June Bloom in the 800m. Kendra Chambers flew from the City of Love to the City of Roses for the 800m. Unfortunately a nagging damage were given in the manner of her racing, however she’ll be again crushing on the observe quickly!
June Bloom in the 10ok. OTQ marathoner Jocelyn Todd went for the “short and spicy” observe 10ok, and June Bloom’ed to a observe PR of 34:24
And June Bloom representing Portland in a cross-state contention. We’re a Seattle corporate, but if Lyndy Davis and Theresa Hailey are working for Portland we need to alternate groups for the day. They rocked their Kara tanks to 2d and third total and helped propel staff PDX to victory. Axe hoisting incorporated!
2019. Stop and scent the roses — or put on them, and stay flying.