The Boxing lifestyle brand Boxraw has launched its newest apparel collection – Tunero
The primary focus of this collection is on capturing the essence of boxing, Tunero is designed to celebrate the art, science, and passion behind this revered sport. Embracing the spirit of action and the call to overcome fear, the collection features a distinct insignia, LFG, stitched onto select apparel choices.
The campaign is also led by influential boxing world champions such as Alycia Baumgardner, Dmitry Bivol, Terence Crawford, and Gervonta “Tank” Davis.
Tunero embodies the true essence of boxing and inspires individuals to unleash their inner champions, which includes a men’s and women’s collection.
Check out the options below:
Tunero Track Jacket
Tunero Raw Edge Crew
Tunero Oversized T-shirt
Tunero Training Joggers
Tunero 2-in-1 Shorts
Tunero Sports Bra
Who is Boxraw?
BOXRAW is a pioneering boxing apparel lifestyle brand that produces some of the most innovative sportswear, specifically for those who participate in the sport of boxing. They have collaborated with some of the greatest champions from around the world including Usyk, Spence Jr, Crawford and Gervonta Davis.
The company encourages those to strengthen their fitness, grow confidence and even challenge inspiring boxers to become world champions.
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