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  • Adidas launches period-proof activewear
  • Adidas launches period-proof activewear
    Logan Weaver (2020) ©
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Adidas launches period-proof activewear

Exercising while menstruating can be an uncomfortable experience yet it's rarely discussed or tackled. With the launch of period-proof activewear, Adidas is hoping to make menstruation less of a barrier to exercise, fulfilling a demand for more adaptive sanitary products.

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