BIORACER launches Star Wars collection in collaboration with Disney.
Belgian speedwear clothing brand BIORACER collaborates with Disney to launch a collection of shorts and shirts featuring Star Wars icons, just as the next installment of the saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is about to hit theaters in Belgium on December 13. Available at specialised retailers throughout Europe starting December 1, the collection comes in five different series.
BIORACER is the number one speedwear brand in the world, dedicated to designing and manufacturing speedwear outfits on the cutting edge of innovation for cyclists, triathletes, runners, and skaters. Bioracer’s mission is to ‘make you faster’, by taking biodynamics, aerodynamics, and aquadynamics into account when conceptualising the clothes.
BIORACER is the Official Partner of the Belgian, Dutch and German national cycling teams with world champions Tom Boonen, Philippe Gilbert, Tom Dumoulin, Anna van der Breggen among others.
By joining forces with Disney, the Belgian brand manages to combine design, speed, passion, and emotion in a collection comprising five different series: Iconic Sleeves, Allover Print, Art Collection, Logo Shirts, and Planets. In total, no less than 15 shirts and 2 shorts are available.
The Iconic Sleeves series comes in five sober shirts with colourful short sleeves adorned with the face of popular characters like Yoda, C-3PO, or Darth Vader. The Allover Print series includes two prints: a Death Star pattern and several iconic spaceships pattern. The multicolored Art Collection series invites its wearers to pick a character: Boba Fett, Stormtrooper, or Darth Vader. Also available for women, the fourth series displays the iconic logo of the saga across the torso while the last series, showcases the colours of different planets.
Athletes who are also fans of the saga can already discover the exclusive Star Wars collection on the brand’s website: bioracer.be. We can bet it will help them grin and bear it until the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, scheduled for December 13.