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Janji Run for Another Review {fitness friday}

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I first heard about Janji through Instagram – the power of social media! Someone was rocking one of their shirts, and I was intrigued. I checked out their website and as great as their designs are, I loved their motive even more: for each item they sell, they provide food or water to the country the clothing represents. In their words:

Through each purchase of Janji’s distinctive running apparel, a portion of proceeds funds organizations that are alleviating the worst problems related to food and water. By funding solutions and raising awareness through our apparel, Janji wants to create a nation of runners that run for another and eliminate the global food and water crisis.

I first heard about Janji through Instagram – the power of social media! Someone was rocking one of their shirts, and I was intrigued. When I checked out the website, I was first attracted to their mission – and then fell madly in love with this Run for Peru llama shirt! Camels are my favorite animals and I love anything in their family (llamas are their close cousins, along with alpacas. The more you know!) I do have to say that I forgot a sports bra on my trip to Ohio where this pictures were taken and the stripes you see are from the shirt I’m wearing under it. The llama shirt does not have stripes.

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Since Janji’s tights run small, which they state on their website, I was a little nervous about the shirt thinking that it would be small too. Sometimes I still don’t really feel like I am a size large instead of XL, but the large fits great. The shirt is AMAZINGLY soft – when I first opened it, I took a minute to rub the fabric because it’s so comfy. I took it on a quick run in Ohio and it felt nice to run in and wicked away the sweat. I’m interested to see how it will be on a longer/sweatier/more hydrated run because I was a little dehydrated over vacation and I just can’t believe that this fabric can be super soft and super wicking (but other reviews say that it is!)

Janji is a GREAT company to pick up some cute running apparel and help others at the same time. Have you purchased from them? What country would you support?

This shirt was purchased with my own money using a discount code provided by Janji and all opinions are my own.