Whether you are playing a few rounds of tennis with a friend or training for your next 5K, you'll love these adorable MPG shorts. Semi-fitted in style, for a sleek and sporty look, these low-rise shorts have an adjustable elastic draw-cord waistband to get the perfect fit. Innovative design features such as an internal key pocket and Coolmax lining in the gusset make these an ideal choice for an active lifestyle.Performance stretch woven workout short.
MPG is a brand of clothing which fuses fashion sensibility with performance function.
In our drive to develop the ultimate active apparel, we have achieved garments that feel and look so great on, you will want to wear them for everyday use. MPG has effectively blurred the lines between fashion and performance.
Truly powerful action is the result of an equally passionate vision and drive to achieve. Behind the energy for perfection surges the will to attain it. In recognizing this balance, MPG has developed a line of clothing that seamlessly blends fashion and function, design and performance. The results are richly detailed pieces with a technical edge - an entire collection unparalleled in conception and construction.
Since its inception over 25 years ago, Mondetta Clothing has maintained, at the heart of the company's philosophy, strong philanthropic efforts benefiting a wide variety of local, national and international charitable organizations. In 2004, the company founded the Mondetta Charity Foundation (MCF) to make a difference in East Africa, where from the principals originally hail.
The MCF, a completely separate entity from the Mondetta Clothing Company and MPG which means a majority of administrative costs are borne by the parent company, seeks to ease some of the suffering in the East African region, specifically Uganda and Kenya. Tackling such seemingly insurmountable problems as poverty and the devastating AIDS epidemic, the MCF takes action at the grassroots level to ensure the help pledged goes to those who need it most.
Currently, the MCF supports a primary school in the sprawling slum of Kamwokya which is located in the Ugandan capital of Kampala. In neighbouring Kenya, partnering with the New Life Home Trust, the MCF pledges support to an orphanage in the coastal town of Lamu where children from 1 month to 3 years old, many of whom have lost either one or both parents to HIV/AIDS, or have simply been abandoned, can find safe refuge and the only semblance of family they have ever known.