Sportswear in Mumbai



price, the sportswear markets of the city are visited by several famous and new sports stars of India. The sportswear offers a wide option to the buyers to choose from.

With a sophisticated line of international Sportswear stores, Mumbai houses many national stores too. These stores are famous for providing sports t-shirts, polo shirts, track suites, jackets and sweat shirts, among others.

The most sough-after zones of Sportswear in Mumbai that have much craze among the sports personalities are:
  • Reebok
  • Adidas
  • Nike
  • Tommy Hilfiger
Apart from the global brands the local names also play well in the Sportswear sector of Mumbai. Almost all the sportswear stops in the city provide allied sports products that are custom-made for both male and female genders. The sports accessories and footwear occupy a major part of the Sportswear industry of Mumbai. Once inside any of the many sportswear corners, one can get everything that is important in the life of a sportsman.

With the increasing popularity of cricket, football and hockey among the global people, sports companies are getting ready to come up with more and more retail outlets and personalized stores that will specially cater to the distinguished needs of sports people.

Comfort, protection and affordability being the prime focus, the Sportswear companies in Mumbai are truly a making a mark of their own in the highly competitive global market.



Last Updated on 19 May 2011





     


     

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