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Now that we’re embedded into winter, we thought we’d turn the spotlight on the Squadkit technical fabrics that are designed for the colder, wetter, windier months on pitches and courts around the UK and Europe.

But if you’re thinking that winter simply equals warm plus waterproof, then you only have part of the picture. There are a few essential ingredients missing from the equation. Of course, warmth and waterproofing are important, but effective sportswear – particularly for young people – needs to be both robust and comfortable.

It has to be soft, while maintaining abrasion-proof qualities. It has to be ‘hydrophobic’ on the outside, while being able to simultaneously absorb sweat on the inside. It also needs to work with bodies that are still dealing with the fine art of ‘sweat management’ and accommodate more size combinations because bodies grow unevenly.

Our Squadkit buying team achieves this by working with some of the world’s leading fabric suppliers, renowned for operating at the forefront of technical innovation.

Our garments also have to work hard so we test each fabric rigorously for durability: our washing standards are set at 50 cycles against an industry standard of five, given that a core part of our kit is worn up to three or four times a week, if not more.

Finally, all of our sportswear is made in our own fabrics so that we can guarantee quality, colour-matching, consistency – and we can have full confidence in its performance. Here are five of the fabrics we use for our Squadkit sports kit:

[caption id="attachment_22738" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Climaskin Climaskin[/caption]

1. Climaskin – warmth and abrasion-resistance

Unlike base layers aimed at adult athletes, Climaskin is made from nylon, not polyester, which is three times more durable.

This makes it more abrasion-resistant and warmer – both essential qualities for base layers that protect younger, more sensitive – and therefore softer – skin. Climaskin has four-way stretch so that it sits close to the skin and works with the wearer, allowing protection with unrestricted movement.

[caption id="attachment_22739" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Stormtex Stormtex[/caption]

2. Stormtex – water- and wind-proofing

Stormtex is designed to provide the best of both worlds in cold and rainy conditions: warmth and dryness.

Its waterproof outer layer keeps the wet weather and wind out, while a breathable inner layer draws sweat away from the skin to reduce clamminess and chafing.

[caption id="attachment_22740" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Performatex Performatex[/caption]

3. Performatex – warmth and ease of movement

This highly technical outer layer is soft, flexible and practical, allowing wearers to warm up – and train hard – in comfort. A fine inner coating promotes ease of movement and breathability, and a top hydrophobic surface coating ensures the rain runs straight off.

4. Performashell – water-resistance and breathability

Layering is important for battling the elements. Performashell is a unique showerproof three-tiered fabric, where the outer layer protects against wind and rain, and the inner layers conserve warmth and draw water away from the body so skin can breathe.

5. Thermotex – insulating and comfort

Keeping warm is essential for hardworking muscles. This fabric has been cleverly designed to incorporate a hydrophobic outer coating that repels rain and moisture away from the fleecy inner layer, allowing effective insulation.

Effective insulation means staying warm when the elements are anything but!

Put all of these fabrics in various combinations – for example, a shell jacket, mid layer, base layer top and tracksuit bottoms or puffer jacket, polo shirt, base layer leggings and unisex shorts – and your kids are equipped to play, whatever the weather.


To find out more about Squadkit Active (curriculum wear), Squadkit Team (specialist sublimated teamwear) and Squadkit Staff (for your full sports/PE teaching complement), visit www.squadkit.com or visit us on social media at @Squadkit

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While it may seem obvious to many of us who work in and with the school environment, something appears to have eluded many sportswear manufacturers: teens and tweens are not just scaled-down adults, they need kit that meets their specific requirements.

Sports kit typically caters to the average even while many fall outside ‘average’, and particularly when bodies are still growing. Squadkit, the UK’s leading sportswear brand in independent schools, is changing how sportswear is manufactured for a younger market. Here are six areas where teens and tweens differ from adults, and how this difference underpins Squadkit’s entire approach to product development:

1. Rapid growth

Young people grow quickly and unpredictably. There are simply more size variables than there are with adults, and sportswear geared for teens needs to accommodate this.

Stretch fabrics with built-in ‘give’ are able to grow with their wearers and are ideally suited to the teen and tween market – as are different leg lengths for each waist measurement. With a vast database of measurement variables, Squadkit is expert at understanding growing bodies and making sportswear that works for them.

2. Body image worries

As adults, we tend to forget how awkward it can feel being at the mercy of a changing body. Squadkit understands that young people want flattering styles and shapes. Panelling and appropriate tailoring counter amorphous cotton tees that lose shape with one wash. Girls’ fit products are designed to flatter, not highlight. Unisex clothing draws attention away from body difference and towards a sense of belonging.

3. Breast discomfort

There is a rapid and marked decrease in sporting activity for young people when they hit their teens – especially girls. Forty-six per cent of girls cite breast discomfort as the reason for stopping exercise, and yet 50% of girls do not wear a proper sports bra. The Limitless sports bra from Squadkit is helping girls stay active by offering a simple yet effective bra that is easy to put on, comfortable to wear, and – with up to four inches of adjustability – grows with them for up to two years.

4. Sweat

Younger people may not sweat more, but they are still learning how to manage it! They need breathable and moisture-wicking fabrics that draw sweat away from the skin, enabling it to evaporate. Sweat also calls for the judicious use of sublimated garments, which, while they look good, have a tendency to hold on to moisture where other fabrics do not. This is particularly relevant in boarding schools and on tours, where a washing machine might not be close to hand.

5. Softer skin

Growing up is a sensitive issue, and not least when it comes to skin. Younger people have softer skin, which asks for fabrics that shield it from the elements and from the falls and scuffs that come with increased activity. For example, base layers made from nylon are three times more abrasion-resistant than polyester, and shell tops shield wearers from cold weather, while keeping skin warm and dry.

6. The loneliest generation

A recent YouGov report has found that three in 10 Millennials say they always or often feel lonely – and that figure is unlikely to change for Generation Z. The notion of elitism that defined the Boomers and Generation X no longer serves in an age of isolation.

We need a sea-change towards an ethos of togetherness and participation. Teamwear for the 1st teams may have its place, but at Squadkit we believe this should never be at the expense of ‘teamwear for all’, which should embody the same levels of quality, care and attention. There will always be those athletes who excel, but every one of us is a winner in our own way.


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While Squadkit is a relatively small company, we recognise and embrace the fact that we have an important role to play in ensuring that our industry rises to the environmental challenges it faces
Form and function Squadkit is designed to perform. It’s also designed to work with young bodies in particular, with a firm eye on current trends and cuts. The keyword here is fabric. Stormtex is our water- and wind-proof winner, used on both our curriculum and staffwear jackets. Performatex is the main fabric in our shell jackets, and lends itself to a distinctly tailored look. Hydrocool is a wicking playing layer that draws moisture away from the skin: very important with school sports kit! Our base layer fabric, Climaskin, is there to protect the wearer’s skin from abrasions and the elements. We put a lot of thought and research into our fabrics, and our buyers travel the globe to find ones that meet our standards when it comes to consistency, colour-matching and robustness. Inclusivity in an exclusive world There are plenty of brands out there who are only too happy to be associated with the elite players. But what about those kids who will never make the first team, who love sport nonetheless? What about those who, when they realise that sport will never be their strongest point, simply give up? Those who just need a chance to develop an interest in getting active? Those whose main wish is to feel comfortable when their body doesn’t live up to an elusive ideal? [caption id="attachment_17193" align="alignnone" width="732"] We put a lot of thought and research into our fabrics, and our buyers travel the globe to find ones that meet our standards when it comes to consistency, colour-matching and robustness[/caption] Sportswear can’t solve any of these. It can, however, help. It can help to support change and a shift towards greater engagement. There has to be a place for both elite and the vast majority that makes up ‘everyone else’, and one where both hold equal, if different, importance. Sustainability There’s little point in talking about inclusivity if we’re not willing to live it across every aspect of our business. While Squadkit is a relatively small company, we recognise and embrace the fact that we have an important role to play in ensuring that our industry rises to the environmental challenges it faces, and that our own operations have as positive an impact as possible on the world and the people involved. Mirroring our Squadkit positioning statement of Count Me In, we are also unashamed globalists. The trading agreements we have with our suppliers mean that in turn they can offer meaningful employment to their staff, which gives them the opportunity to grow and develop. But this cannot come with a cost to the environment. To this end, we are also investing in dramatically reducing single-use plastics, moving to recycled polyester where we can, and ensuring that our manufacturing processes produce clean waste water and our cotton is sustainably sourced. Squadkit’s ‘we’re in this together’ ethos is one whose time has been long overdue and we hope a welcome change in the school sports landscape.
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Now that we’re embedded into winter, we thought we’d turn the spotlight on the Squadkit technical fabrics that are designed for the colder, wetter, windier months on pitches and courts around the UK and Europe.

But if you’re thinking that winter simply equals warm plus waterproof, then you only have part of the picture. There are a few essential ingredients missing from the equation. Of course, warmth and waterproofing are important, but effective sportswear – particularly for young people – needs to be both robust and comfortable.

It has to be soft, while maintaining abrasion-proof qualities. It has to be ‘hydrophobic’ on the outside, while being able to simultaneously absorb sweat on the inside. It also needs to work with bodies that are still dealing with the fine art of ‘sweat management’ and accommodate more size combinations because bodies grow unevenly.

Our Squadkit buying team achieves this by working with some of the world’s leading fabric suppliers, renowned for operating at the forefront of technical innovation.

Our garments also have to work hard so we test each fabric rigorously for durability: our washing standards are set at 50 cycles against an industry standard of five, given that a core part of our kit is worn up to three or four times a week, if not more.

Finally, all of our sportswear is made in our own fabrics so that we can guarantee quality, colour-matching, consistency – and we can have full confidence in its performance. Here are five of the fabrics we use for our Squadkit sports kit:

[caption id="attachment_22738" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Climaskin Climaskin[/caption]

1. Climaskin – warmth and abrasion-resistance

Unlike base layers aimed at adult athletes, Climaskin is made from nylon, not polyester, which is three times more durable.

This makes it more abrasion-resistant and warmer – both essential qualities for base layers that protect younger, more sensitive – and therefore softer – skin. Climaskin has four-way stretch so that it sits close to the skin and works with the wearer, allowing protection with unrestricted movement.

[caption id="attachment_22739" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Stormtex Stormtex[/caption]

2. Stormtex – water- and wind-proofing

Stormtex is designed to provide the best of both worlds in cold and rainy conditions: warmth and dryness.

Its waterproof outer layer keeps the wet weather and wind out, while a breathable inner layer draws sweat away from the skin to reduce clamminess and chafing.

[caption id="attachment_22740" align="alignnone" width="1000"]Performatex Performatex[/caption]

3. Performatex – warmth and ease of movement

This highly technical outer layer is soft, flexible and practical, allowing wearers to warm up – and train hard – in comfort. A fine inner coating promotes ease of movement and breathability, and a top hydrophobic surface coating ensures the rain runs straight off.

4. Performashell – water-resistance and breathability

Layering is important for battling the elements. Performashell is a unique showerproof three-tiered fabric, where the outer layer protects against wind and rain, and the inner layers conserve warmth and draw water away from the body so skin can breathe.

5. Thermotex – insulating and comfort

Keeping warm is essential for hardworking muscles. This fabric has been cleverly designed to incorporate a hydrophobic outer coating that repels rain and moisture away from the fleecy inner layer, allowing effective insulation.

Effective insulation means staying warm when the elements are anything but!

Put all of these fabrics in various combinations – for example, a shell jacket, mid layer, base layer top and tracksuit bottoms or puffer jacket, polo shirt, base layer leggings and unisex shorts – and your kids are equipped to play, whatever the weather.


To find out more about Squadkit Active (curriculum wear), Squadkit Team (specialist sublimated teamwear) and Squadkit Staff (for your full sports/PE teaching complement), visit www.squadkit.com or visit us on social media at @Squadkit

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