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Albion Fit Go Long Crew Giveaway (Yay! A giveaway!)

I am always on the look out for nice, cute and reasonably priced fitness and active wear.  Thanks to Colleen for her review that I found Albion Fit.  Albion fit is a family owned company in Albion Basin, Utah.  They specialize in cute and trendy (and really comfortable) women's fitness and workout clothing and swimwear.
 
Here are some of my favorites from their web site:
 

Black Blousy Swim Suit . . . LOVE THIS!


26.2 Jacket - I just love the name!!
 
 
Albion fit was kind enough to send me their Go Long Crew in Fuchsia for review.
 
 

The shirt is super soft and really comfortable!  It has thumb holes, which are perfect for me because my hands are always cold!  I have not run in the shirt yet because it came in the mail right when our temperatures hit 80+ , but I think the shirt is ideal for yoga!

And guess what??? One of you will be lucky enough to win one!!

So, enter below.  There are LOTS of ways to get extra entries.  If you are on Facebook or Pinterest, you can earn extra entries . . . so go pick your favorite item on Albion Fit and tell me what it is for an extra chance to win the Go Long Crew in Fuchsia! 

And you all can get $15 off any order $50 or more by using the code: fullhands15 (expires 4/30)!  Happy shopping!

Good Luck!

 
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Comments

  1. I think I would also like a Go long crew.
    Thank you!

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  2. Woo-Hoo!! I love a good giveaway!! The skirt is my favorite. I have to start running in those!!

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  3. I really like the Signature Hoodie in black!
    Have a great week!

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  4. Here is my pin http://m.pinterest.com/pin/453878468666096961/

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  5. I am also crazyyyy about their swimsuit. Finally cute one pieces that are young but also conservative.

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  6. That blousy swim suit is quite amazing! I would love to win! Thanks!

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  7. I'm with you...I'm always looking for cute comfy workout clothes!

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  8. I'm with you! I'm always looking for cute comfy workout clothes!

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  9. Like the love racer in dewberry!

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  10. I really like the swim suits! Thanks, Katie!

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  11. I really like the Signature Hoodie in black!

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  12. I love this one! http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252528466/

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  13. I like the Gown Suit in Poppy

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  14. I love this pretty purple! http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252535663/

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  15. I really love the black and white suit http://pinterest.com/pin/431008626808551878/

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  16. I love the long sleeve shirt with thumb holes - gotta get in shape for that suit

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  17. My favorite item is the Midnight Dip Swimsuit -- Black

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  18. This shirt is so pretty! http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252540530/

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  19. Love this hoodie! http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252546823/

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  20. I pinned today: http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252552771/

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  21. Love this! http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252558603/

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  22. i love the love racer top in sea foam

    http://www.albionfit.com/tops/racerback-tank-2-mesh-ruching-silver

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  23. I love this red one: http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252569905/

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  24. This pink shirt is so pretty: http://pinterest.com/pin/41939840252575832/

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