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Loriet activewear is inspired by performance, guided by comfort, and dedicated to quality. At Loriet we are inspired by sports and the athletes that play them. We are committed to creating innovative apparel for incredible players and coaches, non-profits and numerous Youth and Community associations.

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Since our first week of sales, Loriet has proudly provided quality apparel to high-end sports facilities, coaches, and professional athletes. If you are interested in learning more about Team Loriet contact us.

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Loriet's Growing Global Presence

Loriet knows no borders. We strive for an international presence through partnering with athletes, organizations and events worldwide.The Loriet Blue Map illustrates where you can find Loriet around the World.

Loriet Fabric Technology

Our fabrics have been developed and tested to garantee high performance and comfort for both professional and amateur players, as well as coaches or the casual wearer: Active Cool, Breathe Free and VentTech fabrics. More...

Loriet Revolution Poly Strings

Tested and used by professional players, the Revolution strings, which include tournament polyester and synthetic strings, fit perfectly into Loriet's performance product line-up.
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Australian Open 2015: World #1 Players win it all!

Serena Williams took home her 19th Grand Slam trophy with a straight set victory over World #2 Maria Sharapova in what was a somewhat expected final. In the Men's draw, Novak Djokovic earned a record 5th Australian title, beating last year's champion in the semi-final and Andy Murray in the final round. Although there was no real surprise in whom the winners were, there were a few unexpected results. Federer losing to Italian Seppi and not making the second weak was probably the unlikeliest scenario. A less surprising result came from a weakened Nadal, who fought his way to the quarters before losing to Berdych. From their level of play in Australia, both Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic look to be the favorites to retain their World's best status and earn more Grand Slam trophies this year.


Davis Cup Final: Federer Wins His 1st Team Trophy

Roger made history once again, with the help of an inspired Stan Wawrinka, as Switzerland won their first Davis Cup Trophy against France. Fighting back problems, Federer lost his first match against Monfils, while Stan beat Tsonga in the opening day, leaving both teams tied. With 2 more wins needed to win the title, Federer and Wawrinka rallied for an impressive win in Doubles on Saturday. In the final day, a brilliant match from Federer against Gasquet gave the Swiss team their first Davis Cup trophy.


Barclays ATP World Tour Finals without a Final

This year's ATP World Tour Finals was unlike any other, ultimately resulting in the expected: both the number 1 Singles player, Djokovic, and number 1 Doubles team, the Bryan brothers, winning their draw. However, Djokovic had a lot less trouble than expected, especially with Federer astonishingly withdrawing from the final with a sore back. An intense semi-final between Federer and Wawrinka, which saw the 2 friends argue over comments made by Federer's wife and Wawrinka's harsh reaction. As for Britain's Andy Murray, he had another terrible tournament despite his desire to regain popularity in England.


BNP Paribas WTA Finals - Serena wins in Singapore

Despite suffering a terrible beating at the hands of Simona Halep during the round robin matches, American Serena Williams took her revenge by a convincing win over Halep in the final, 6/0 6/3. This victory ties her with Steffi Graff with 5 wins in the competition, 3 short of Navratilova's record.