Specialists in Branded Work Wear, Safety Wear, Team Wear, Corporate Clothing & Promotional Products across the North West

Health, Sport & Beauty

Beauty and fitness are big business and to stay ahead of the game marketing is key.

For gyms and sports facilities we offer a host of products that include customisable sweat shirts and pants, gym wear, team sports kits, sports bags and a host of other items that can be used by your staff, sold to members or offered as incentives to your client base. We currently supply golf, tennis and squash clubs as well as football,and rugby squads so if you run a sports facility or team get in touch we can help.


From weight training to aerobics we have it covered.


For sports teams we cover everything, football, basketball, netball rugby et al.


In the glamour and beauty market we cater for every service, with uniforms for beauty parlours,spas, hairdressers and nail bars.


Branded towels and towelling robes are also in demand at these venues and we have a huge range of styles and colours available.


Sports bags are great for customising to promote your venue and services and come in all shapes and sizes. They have a large surface area with lots of space for your messages and brand.


We are a local business based in Macclesfield, Cheshire and are currently supplying our corporate clothing and promotional items to businesses of all sizes, schools, colleges and universities, hospitals and care homes, charities, hotels, gyms and sports clubs.

We offer a personal service (NOT a web based CAD service). We will arrange meetings at your convenience and come to you to discuss your specific bespoke requirements plus we are available by phone and e-mail.

All our high quality corporate merchandise can be printed or embroidered with your corporate messages, logos,and we have a huge product range available for you to see.

We are always happy to provide samples of the products prior to you making the order.

Email or call us to discuss your requirements and arrange a visit.




Webmaster: Richard Woollam