Working with Callidus for many years, we have always been impressed with the endurance activities of MD Steve Hanson and the team.
Raising money for 'Help The Heroes' several of the Callidus employees worked together to overcome the 'Tough Mudder' challenge. A 12-mile running course features 28 obstacles and a lot of Mud; it is one of the most well known alternative sports events.
Although 'Tough Mudder' is not a race, any advantage is not to be ignored, so we were delighted to produce a range of printed Performance T-Shirts for participants.
Specifically designed for use in sports and fitness activities, we selected the TriDri Performance T-Shirt due to its soft lightweight fabric and enhanced wicking to keep wearers dry and comfortable.
The T-Shirts were designed to communicate the Project Management, Health & Safety and Training services offered by Callidus. They were then printed to match the brand colours of Callidus using dye-sublimation for a long-lasting, soft to touch print.
Available in Male and Female fits, the TriDri Performance Crew Neck T-Shirts are tag-free so that they can easily be rebranded without any TriDri labelling. The garments are also manufactured with UPF 40+ protection, which although not necessary on this occasion is a great product feature.
Although on this occasion it wasn't required in the Yorkshire hills, the tee also provides UPF 40+ protection.
Manufactured to the highest quality, with add on features available such as ventilation mesh panels, the TriDri brand offers a specialist range of sports and athletic garments including fitness leggings, jackets, polo shirts and vests.
We are delighted Callidus completed the 'Tough Mudder' challenge, proving not only that they are tough enough, but what can be achieved when you work as a team.
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