Torque (Singapore) - - EVENT -

Sports­wear has come a long way from its orig­i­nal pur­pose as func­tional cloth­ing for ath­letes. To­day, sports­wear must not only serve a pur­pose. It must be stylish and com­fort­able, too.

This trend is some­thing that Kappa knows very well.

In fact, the Ital­ian la­bel’s her­itage is an in­ex­haustible source of in­spi­ra­tion for con­tem­po­rary life­style.

Kappa is well-known for its 222 Banda track­suit, which first ap­peared at the 1984 Sum­mer Olympics in Los An­ge­les, USA. The 222 Banda track­suit was the firm’s first with a ver­ti­cal se­quence of Omini lo­gos run­ning down the sides.

To­day, Kappa’s 222 Banda track­suit is well-known in the world of sports, fash­ion and pop. Kappa’s Banda line is com­prised of ap­parel such as hood­ies, shorts and t-shirts, along with shoes, too.

Mean­while, Kappa’s Authen­tic line of clothes takes in­spi­ra­tion from this iconic her­itage and rein­ter­prets it in a new way. Apart from pants, t-shirts and bags, there are belts and tank tops as well.

Kappa re­mains true to its roots by of­fer­ing ap­parel for a wide va­ri­ety of sports, such as foot­ball, row­ing, sail­ing, hockey, golf and cy­cling. The brand also spon­sors sev­eral teams that in­clude Torino FC and Leeds United FC.

With its trend­set­ting de­signs, Kappa was the ideal ap­parel spon­sor for this year’s Torque On The Move, an event that has also set the stan­dard for au­to­mo­tive telematches in Sin­ga­pore.

Kappa’s out­lets in Sin­ga­pore are lo­cated in North­point City, IMM, Bugis Junc­tion and Cen­tury Square.

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