Sunday, 25 November 2012

Zaggora ~ Review

Who is Zaggora?  A UK company that sells womens athletic wear made from their Celu-Lite Technology fabric.

Zaggora Logo

The Zaggora Hooded Body Blazer is made from their Celu-Lite Techonology fabric which they claim can "harness the body's natural heat during exercise which may help to increase the metabolic rate."

The features:
  • UV protection
  • Water-proof Hood
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Fast Drying
  • Ice Cool Touch
  • Burn More calories
  • Odour control
Interesting fact - this hoodie's "fabric woven from recycled nano sized coffee grounds, PVC bottles and ice cool crystals."

Inventory- They sell blazers, hooded blazers, hot tops, coola bras, and hot pants.
Shipping - Free shipping if you order two or more items.  Shipping using first class on UK's Royal Mail.
Website - Easy to use and has a detailed description on sizing.
Delivery - Took over two weeks for my blazer to arrive to Canada (this will vary depending on where you live)

When I first looked at it, it appears to be made of material similar to a scuba bodysuit or a heavy padded cycling shorts.  It is slim fitting but not too tight that you can't breathe.  Once I put it on, I noticed how warm I was.  I can fully agree that this blazer contains your body heat as mentioned on their website.  I was surprised at how fast I warmed up once I put it on.  This hooded body blazer is perfect for our crazy Canadian weathers.

If you have someone on your Christmas list who is very athletic, be sure to check out Zaggora Hooded Body Blazer.  They might worship the ground you have walked on.

*This product was sent to me by the company for review purposes only.  All opinion and comments are my own.


  1. I want Zaggora pants so badly!!

  2. Interesting that they can make clothing out of recycled coffee grounds and PVC bottles. That's amazing. I would like to have a hoodie that actually keeps me warm instead of just bulking up under my jacket.

  3. very enviroment friendly company....really like that

  4. The pants and hoodies would make a great xmas gift

  5. How do they make a hoodie out of coffee grounds? Lol! This sounds really interesting!

  6. I've never heard of this firm before but their clothes do sound very interesting.