OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ... TIME TO GET IN THE PINK!

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The ASICS GT-1000TM is designed for the runner with an active lifestyle who is seeking a lightweight everyday trainer with excellent cushioning, stretch mesh upper, added stability and outsole durabiltiy.

And they are PINK!


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Constructed with an ultra-lightweight fabric that fits beautifully and flat seams for a cleaner silhouette the ASICS Silver short sleeved top is perfect for running, walking or fundraising.

And of course it's available in PINK!

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The ASICS GT-2000TM  doesn't only help you look good but with reliable stability, a supportive feel and lightweight cushioning it's your go-to running shoe for fun runs, marathons or a brisk walk!

And you guessed it they are PINK!

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The ASICS Silver Performance Knee tight in black are sure to make your PINK pop! With flat seam panels in the front to help reduce nasty chafing and a drawcord at the waist for ultimate comfort.

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The ASICS Silver 4" shorts feature a reflective ASICS logo for improved visibility and to ensure that you shine even in low-light conditions. With a handy internal pocket and drawcoard waist tie they are not only comfortable but stylish too.

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The ASICS Running Visor is the essential running accessory. Crafted from soft microfibre fabric with reflective elements it not only looks great but offers great sun protection.

GET IN THE PINK

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The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia's leading national body; funding game changing breast cancer research with money raised entirely by the generosity of the Australian public.

They receive no government funding.

So if you think you would like to help the NBCF in their mission to stop deaths from breast cancer, head to their website and check out the ways you can help.

To donate or learn more about the great the NBCF does click here ...

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Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia

Without research, almost 30,000 lives will be lost to breast cancer by 2030, that's over 250,000 Australians who will lose an immediate family member in the next 9 years

The work that the NBCF has funded vital life-saving research into breast cancer since 1994, and the data shows that nearly 50,000 lives have been saved in this time thanks to funding from everyday Australians just like you!