Monsta Clothing Introduces New Designs

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(Lake City, FL)—Monsta Clothing, a prominent worldwide workout gear company, has celebrated the recent introduction of new designs to their product line. In the spirit of providing bodybuilders, athletes, and everyday warriors with comfortable clothing to wear inside and outside of the gym, the company wants customers to know that they have increased their product line by more than 20 percent since the end of the summer season.

“When we first introduced our Monsta Clothing line in 2009, our designs were a breath of fresh air to the fitness community,” said Chris Cuadras of Monsta Clothing. “As we continue to stay in line with that innovative attitude, we’ve brought dozens of new designs in shirts, shorts, and fitness accessories to our website just in time for the fall season to start. We’ve got everything from bodybuilding clothes and mixed martial arts shirts for men to racerback tanks and long sleeve winter gear for women. It has all been created with one idea in mind – to provide comfortable clothing that can withstand competition in the gym and still be perfect for downtime after the workout.”

The new bodybuilding clothes and workout gear available from Monsta Clothing encompasses their men’s, women’s, and youth categories. There are also new workout accessories in the online store, which means that weightlifters can walk into the gym with fresh designs for their straps, belts, hooks, gym bags, and other tools of the trade. The newest items on the website are accessible by visiting the “Hot Items” tab on the homepage and then selecting “New” from the dropdown menu.

Cuadras continued, “As a lifestyle brand committed to providing high-quality bodybuilding clothes and gear for our customers, it’s vital that we continue to give them our best. Increasing our product line and introducing new items to the store is just one of the ways that we continually serve them with excellence. We are beyond excited about our new items and can’t wait for our customers to get their hands on them this season.”