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Roots Athletics Clothing Review

Remember the totally cool gear on the Canadian Winter Olympic team? How about that awesome pic of Prince Hottie... I mean William... and his little bro lookin' gorgeous in those backward red hats (called poorboys) when they visited North America? Roots Athletics is behind the cool gear.

Let me tell ya, Roots Athletics is no trend or freak fashion obsession. They've been making stylin' gear for peeps of all ages since 1973. Their Roots Kids line was launched in 1983 and gives kidz like you the same cool, comfortable, and just plain awesome styles that your fave celebs hang in.

Yep. That's right, it ain't just about athletes like Mark Messier and legends like Wayne Gretzky. Tons of other stars love Roots clothing too. From musical groups like BSB, Sarah Mclachlan, the Moffats and Jake, to celebs like Matt Damon, Minnie Driver, Ben Affleck and Mark Wahlberg - everyone is chillin' in Roots gear.

And seriously, it's no wonder everybody is in Roots Athletics these days. They make the most comfy, casuals you'll ever find. Their sweats have soft fleece insides and cool cuffed ankles. Their long sleeve Ts have cool faded logos and nobody makes a hoody like these guys. Roots hoodies are by far the best fitting, most comfortable sweatshirt out there. They come in tons of cool colors too. And let's face it - no lazy day is complete without the perfect hoody.

If you're in desperate need of some comfy clothes that make you look like a superstar (and we're not talking the dorky Mary Katherine Gallagher kind) then Roots Canada is for you. Kidzworld and Roots wanna deck you out for free - just enter our contest to nab your own awesome Roots outfit!

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    What's Your Fave Comfy Clothing?

    • I love hoodies.
    • Baseball caps are the best.
    • Long-sleeved tees.
    • I'd wear 'em all... all the time!

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